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특허 상세정보

Method of boosting a glass melting furnace using a roof mounted oxygen-fuel burner

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) C03B-005/183   
미국특허분류(USC) 65/1344; 65/1346; 65/1356; 65/1358; 65/1363; 65/356
출원번호 US-0374921 (1999-08-16)
발명자 / 주소
출원인 / 주소
대리인 / 주소
    Joshua L. Cohen
인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 68  인용 특허 : 6
초록

In an industrial glass furnace which contains recuperators, regenerators, electric boost or other devices for providing heat to glass batch material an oxy-fuel burner mounted in the roof of the furnace provides additional heat to melt the batch material. A method of mounting and using such a roof-mounted oxy-fuel burner including the operating parameters to maximize heat transfer while minimizing the disturbance of the batch material is disclosed.

대표
청구항

1. A method of melting batch material in a glass furnace having at least one regenerator or at least one recuperator, and at least one existing end-fired air-fuel burner or at least one pair of existing cross-fired air-fuel burners, said furnace having sidewalls, a back wall, a front wall and a roof, and including an upstream melting zone and a downstream fining zone, the method comprising the steps of:providing at least one burner disposed at the roof of said furnace over said batch material in the melting zone; reducing fuel and combustion air flow to ...

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