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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 44  1985
Some Improvements in the Design of Enamelling Furnace
P. MISRA
Pages : 117-119
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1985.10822757
Abstract
Coal fired furnaces are very commonly used in most of the enamelling plants in our country. With the increasing cost of coal, it is necessary that these furnaces are properly designed, built, operated and maintained so that the coal consumption is minimum. Keeping this end in view an attempt has been made in this article to highlight the basic principles of coal-combustion, heat recovery and certain modifications in the design feature of flue channels in this type of furnace.
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