Glass is still a cloth of serious medical and technological curiosity; despite the fact that, the industrial pressures at the glass undefined, the emphasis on worldwide markets, and the global consciousness to strength and environmental conservation proceed to extend. Forty-seven papers supply new recommendations to the demanding situations of glass production, rather as they pertain to melting and forming.Content:
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PROPOSED DEVICE To overcome the lack of electromagnetic linkage due to the poor electric conductivity of molten glass when it is confined in a small volume, an analysis of eddy currents at 60 Hz using a rotating excitation source is undertaken. In addition, to avoid dealing with electric end effects, a toroidal-shaped device with no susceptors is proposed; this geometry can be considered as a stretched out solenoid whose ends are joined. The corresponding coordinate system is shown in Figure 1.
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