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Compositional range (in wt. %) is set as follows: 3 < CaO < 30, 2 < MgO < 25, 1 < AI2O3 < 25; 40 < Si0 2 < 70; 3). Optimized parameter - Et to find the global (within the whole 4D area), and local (for each level of Si0 2 - can be changed by moving slider in the upper left part of the screen) maximums of Et. %. Note: the calculations were made by using demo correlation functions. 73rd Conference on Glass Problems · 39 Finding Optimal Glass Compositions Fig. 8. Compositional areas corresponding to glass-forming melts on ternary phase diagrams representing sections of tetrahedron of quaternary CMAS system at 47, 54, and 63 wt.
A number of glasses in each series, and a number of iterations depend on amount of available literature data, and required degree of improvement over the known analogues. The present paper describes a method of development of new glasses, which uses the following three elements in compositional search together: reliable structure-properties correlations within wide compositional ranges; multidimensional optimization of performance and cost; combinations express and precision melting and testing methods.
1990, 82(2), 211-230. 11) Jones, W. ; Launder, B. E. The prediction of laminarization with a two-equation model of turbulence. Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 1972, 15(1), 301-306. 26 · 73rd Conference on Glass Problems FINDING OPTIMAL GLASS COMPOSITIONS Oleg A. Prokhorenko Laboratory of Glass Properties International, LLC Farmington Hills, MI, USA Sergei O. Prokhorenko Ecole Centrale, Châtenay-Malabry, France ABSTRACT Development of a new glass composition includes formulation of trial glasses, melting, and testing their physical properties till the target composition is found.
73rd Conference on Glass Problems: A Collection of Papers Presented at the 73rd Conference on Glass Problems, Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 1-3, 2012 by S.K. Sundaram (ed.)