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                            70th Conference on Glass Problems: A Collection of Papers Presented at the 70th Conference on Glass Problems The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio October 11–12, 2009
		Rapid Refining of Submerged Combustion Melter Product Glass
		Modeling the Quality of Glass Melting Processes
		Process Optimization of the Glass Forming Process by Advanced 3D Forming Models
		Operational Experience of an Oxy-Fuel Fired Glass Melter Using an Improved Silica Crown and Wide Flame Burners
		C'mon, Level with Me
		How Big is My Carbon Footprint?
		ICG: A Global Cooperation in the Challenging World of Glass
		Particle Size Measurements in the Flue Gas of Glass Melting Furnaces
		Ceramic Filter Elements for Emission Control on Glass Furnaces— Efficient Multi-Pollutant Treatment in a Single Step
		Requirements for Glass Compositions for Solar Applications
		Strategic Materials: Strategic Planning, Geopolitical Forces and Risk Management
		Red Lion Bio-Energy—Syngas Production from a Novel Thermal Conversion Process of Coal/Biomass
		Macro Energy Balances
		Glass Furnace Stack Gas Calculation Issues
		Increase of Glass Production Efficiency and Energy Efficiency with Model-Based Predictive Control
		Temperature Distributions in Glass Gobs between Shears and Blank Mold: Calculations and Measurements
		Postmortem of a Conventional Silica Brick from a Soda-Lime Float Glass Furnace Crown
		Refractory Ceramic Fibers
		Refractory Solutions for Extra White Glasses
		Testing and Performance of Fusion-Cast Refractories
		Mullite Regenerators—An Optimum Solution
	Author Index
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70th Conference
on Glass Problems

A Collection of Papers Presented at the
70th Conference on Glass Problems

The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
October 11-12, 2009

Edited by
Charles H. Drummond, III

A John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Publication


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Requirements for Glass Compositions for Solar Applications

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New Orleans, LA, pg. 231-234, "Effect of Glass Na Content on Adhesional Strength of PV

4. T. Doege et al., Glass Researcher, Vol. 12, Nos. 1 & 2, Fall 2002 & Spring 2003, pg. 5-7,
"Textured Glass Increases Light Transmission in Solar Modules."

5. S. V. Thomsen et al., U.S. Patent Application Publication No. 2006/0249199 Al, published
11/9/06, "Solar Cell Using Low Iron High Transmission Glass with Antimony and
Corresponding Method."

6. M. Feldmann et al., J. Non-Cryst. Solids, Vol. 218, 1997, pg. 205-209, "Initial stages of Float
Glass Corrosion."

7. International Standard IEC 61215, "Crystalline Silicon Terrestrial Photovoltaic (PV) Modules -
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Switzerland, 2005.

8. D. E. King et al., Proc. of 26lh IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, Sept. 29-Oct. 3,
1997, Anaheim, CA, pg. 1117-1120, "Optical Changes in Cerium-Containing Glass as a Result
of Accelerated Exposure Testing."

9. K.. Bermuth et al., Glastechn. Век, Vol. 58, No. 3, 1985, pg. 52-58, "Solarization Phenomena
in Soda-Lime-Silica Glasses Containing Cerium and Arsenic."

10. T. M. Shimpi et al., J. Testing & Evaluation, Vol. 36, No. 2, 2008, pg. 207-212, "Effect of Hail
Impact on Thermally Tempered Glass Substrates Used for Processing CdTe PV Modules."

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