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The paper is devoted to a complex study of the processes involved in the distribution of glass batch components during their preparation and mixing. The distribution of various particles of a glass batch in one- and two-component systems under periodic physical impact on the storage tanks has been studied using model systems. It has been established that soda particles are concentrated in the upper layers of the batch, while sand particles are accumulated at the bottom. The fixation effects of dolomite particles when moistened with water, soda and potash solutions have been investigated. It has been revealed that, in contrast with the distribution of dry dolomite powder particles of different sizes, segregation reduces due to the capillary and capillary-crystallization interaction of disperse particles as there appear liquid interlayers.
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Deryabin, V. A., Farafontova, E. P., Paramonova, O. L., & Panov, I. V. (2012). Study of glass batch components segregation. Glass and Ceramics, 68(9–10), 319–322.
Deryabin, V. A., Malygina, O. L., & Farafontova, E. P. (2006). Capillary counteraction to segregation of particles in glass batch preparation. Glass and Ceramics, 63(1–2), 3–6. CrossRef
Deryabin, V. A., Malygina, O. L., & Farafontova, E. P. (2006). Interaction between glass batch particles via potassium-bearing interlayers. Glass and Ceramics, 63(1–2), 40–42. CrossRef
Paramonova, O. L., Deryabin, V. A., & Farafontova, E. P. (2014). Investigation of component segregation in wetted glass batch. Glass and Ceramics, 70(9–10), 315–318. CrossRef
- Physical–Chemical Bases of a Glass Batch Preparation Technique
- Chapter 16
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