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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 01  1942
Glaas Currents in Continuous Tank Furnacea.
PROF. Y. P. VARSHNEY, M. SC., A. I. C.,
Pages : 60-66
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1942.11011937
Abstract
Of late, there has been a marked and ever increasing tendency in the Indian glass industry towards the installation of tauk furnaces in preference to pot furnaces, and in the years to come the use of tank furnaces is not likely to wane. Very probably it will be the reverse. As the performance, efficiency and life of these furnaces have been proved to be affected in an appreciable measure, by the play of glass currents inside, it is interesting to review the available knowledge on the subject. Perhaps it will not be an exaggeration to state that this knowledge will have an important bearing on the design of tank furnaces of the future.
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