The Ultrasonic Refining Of Glass

Bubble interactions produced in an ultrasonic field have been studied in laboratory scale glass melts. The results show that these interactions can be replicated in a realistic scale flow of glass. The use of high power ultrasonics in actual glassmaking processes will require probes and transducers to be developed which can withstand the high temperatures and corrosive environments of these processes.

Martyn Marshall
British Glass Technology Ltd
Journal Title
Int Glass Review 2 1998 75-77
Container glass
C 1279

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The Ultrasonic Refining Of Glass
Int Glass Review 2 1998 75-77
C 1279
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