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Publikationsnummer PROC019
Autor Liska, Marek; Sestak, Jaroslav (eds.)
 
Titel
Proceedings of the Norbert Kreidl Memorial Conference, June 23 - 26, 2004 Trencin (Slovakia) - Building the Bridges between Glass Science and Glass Technology
 
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Journal Glastech. Ber. Glass. Sci. Technol.
Veröffentlichungsjahr 2004
Band 77 C
ISS
Seite 441
 
Kurzbeschreibung
Preface
The Slovak Glass Society and Czech Glass Society in cooperation with RONA Lednicke Rovne, under the auspices of the International Commission an Glass (ICG), organize the Norbert Kreidl Memorial Conference. The conference is dedicated to the 100th birthday anniversary of Prof. Norbert J. Kreidl. The venue of the conference was selected with respect to the close personal links of Prof. Norbert Kreidl with Lednicke Rovne where he spent part of his fruitful life, as well as to the family links with Josef Schreiber, the founder and the original owner of the Rona Company.
Previous symposium "Present state and future prospects of glass science and technology" was held in Triesenberg (Liechtenstein 1994) honoring the 90th birthday of Professor Norbert Kreidl and chaired by Wolfram Höland, Volker Rheinberger, Osama EI-Bayouni and Donald Uhlmann. The proceedings were published as a separate issue of Glastech. Ber. Glass Sci. Technol. 70C, Frankfurt/M 1997 under the editorial of W. Höland and V. Rheinberger.
The scope of the present conference "Building the Bridges between Glass Science and Glass Technology" is understood as the message of Norbert Kreidl left to next generations of glass scientists and technologists. The scientific program of the conference corresponds with the three areas of significant contribution of
Prof. Norbert Kreidl to the glass community, i.e. technology, science, and education, with special focus an their mutual interactions and their influence an glass industry.
The section "Glass Technology" includes contributions an modeling, melting, shaping, and ecological aspects of glass melting and glass production.
In the section "Glass Science" the papers dealing with structure and properties of glass, optical glasses, new materials, applications and technologies, glass surfaces (including strength of glass, and corrosion) and red-ox processes in glass will be presented.
It is a great pleasure for the Organizers, that this event takes place immediately alter the Czech and Slovak Republics became full members of the European Union. Thus, another type of bridge has been built and will be commemorated together with the unforgettable activities of Norbert Kreidl. On the other hand, the state of today's world strictly and straightforwardly pointed out the important role and substantial need of any kind of activity connecting the nations an the basis of rudimentary principles of humanity, goodwill, cooperation and overall usefulness. lt is a hope and a great wich of the organizing glass societies, that the community of glass-people headed by the International Commission an Glass and the European Society of Glass Science and Technology can contribute to this process, providing an example of the humanism and activities leading to better cooperation and understanding in the Future.
Peter Vacko President of the Slovak Glass Society

Trencin and Lednicke Rovne, June 2004
CONTENTS
I. Opening Lectures
H. A. Schaeffer
Deutsche Glastechnische Gesellschaft, Offenbach, Germany
The state of glass technology - Vision in 1984 and reality
in 2004, page 3

S. Arafa, E. Boulos
The American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt Visteon Automotive System Ford Co., Dearborn, USA
Professor Kreidl's contributions to humanity and rural and scientific communities in Egypt, page 13

L. Landa, K. Landa
Guardian Industries Corp., Carleton, MI, USA
Amorphous polymorphism: N. Kreidl's hypothesis, experimental proof, new theory, page 22

II. Invited Lectures
R. G.C. Beerkens, F. van Dijk, M. Dunkl
TNO Glass Group, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
LG Philips Displays, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Meerbusch, Germany
Reactions and interactions between tank refractory and glass melt, page 35

Ch. Berndhäuser
SCHOTT Glass, Mainz, Germany
Application of mathematical modeling in the process
development of glass forming, page 52

A. G. Clare, W. A. King, W. C. LaCourse
New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University, Alfred, NY, USA
Forming behavior and the structure of glasses, page 61

R. Conradt
Lehrstuhl für Glas und keramische Verbundwerkstoffe und Institut für Gesteinshüttenkunde der RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany
Thermodynamics of glass melts and thermo-chemistry of glass forming batches, page 74

A. Helebrant, A.Jiricka, J.Jirickova
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Corrosion of glass, page 85

L. L. Hench
Department of Materials and Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Centre, Imperial College London, UK
Glasses to turn an genes, page 95

J. Heo
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Pohang, Republic of Korea
Novel photonic glasses for fiber-optic amplifiers, page 104

W. Höland, V. Rheinberger, E. Apel
Ivoclar Vivadent AG, Schaan, Principality of Liechtenstein
Glass-ceramics and biomaterials with tailor-made properties, page 114

L. Huang, J. Kieffer
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA
Polyamorphic transitions and thermo-mechanical anomalies in network glasses, page 124

L. Nemec, J. Klouzek
Laboratory of Inorganic Materials, Institute of Chemical Technology and Institute of Inorganic Chemistry AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic
Physico-chemical models of glass melting, page 134

P. A. van Nijnatten
TNO TPD (Institute of Applied Physics), Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Accurate measurement of absorption spectra and refractive index of glass by spectrophotometry, page 136

C. Rüssel
Otto-Schott-Institut, Universität Jena, Jena, Germany
Redox state of glasses, page 149

B. M. Scalet
Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro, Murano-Venice, Italy
Pollution formation and control, page 160

F.T. Wallenberger, R.J. Hicks, A.T. Bierhals PPG Industries, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Design of energy and environmentally friendly fiberglass compositions derived from the quaternary Si02-A1203-CaO-MgO phase diagram - Part II: Fluorine-free E-glass compositions containing low levels of B203 and Li20, page 170

III. Lectures
E. Antoni , L. Montagne, G. Tricot, G. Palavit, J.L. Bernard
UMR CNRS 8012 ENSC-Lille, Universite des Sciences et Techniques de Lille,France
CRIR Isover Saint-Gobain, Rantigny, France
Structural evidence by NMR for the preference of Na' for the charge compensation of AlO4 in aluminosilicate glasses, page 187

T. Antropova, L. Ermakova, S. Medvedeva, M. Sidorova
Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry, RAS, Russia
Sankt-Petersburg State University, Russia
Porous membranes an a basis of phase-separated alkali borosilicate glasses that contain PbO and F additives, page 193

E. Apel, W. Höland, V. Rheinberger
Ivoclar-Vivadent AG, Schaan, Principality of Liechtenstein
Development of bioactive glass-ceramics, page 199

D. Dacko, W. Wilsmann, R. Conradt
Institute of Mineral Engineering, RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany
Low pressure evaporation from boron containing glass melts by the transpiration method, page 205
B. R. Durschang
Fraunhofer Inftitut für Silicatforschung ISC, Würzburg, Germany
Screening apparatus for glass melts, page 213

K. Gatterer, P. Ried, M. Bettinelli, A. Speghini, S. Arafa
Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Dipartimento Scientifico e Tecnologico, Universitä di Verona, Italy
The American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
Investigation of phase separation in doped and un-doped
sodium borosilicate glasses, page 217

0. Gedeon, J. Machäcek, M. Liska
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Vitrum Laugaricio, Alexander Dubcek University of Trencin, Slovak Republic
Medium- and long-range order in binary sodium-silicate glasses simulated by molecular dynamics, page 224

V. Hotaf, F. Novotny
Department of Glass and Ceramic Producing Machines, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
Evaluation of surface defects by fractal geometry and statistical analyses, page 230

D. Hülsenberg, P. Fehling
Department of Glass and Ceramics Technology, Technical University Ilmenau, Germany
Transparent fiber reinforced glass composites, page 238

M. Kasiarova, T. Rouxel, J-C. Sangleboeuf
Institute of Materials Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Kosice, Slovak Republic
LARMAUR FRE CNRS 2717, Universitä de Rennes 1, France
Dependence of glass strength an the surface flaw characteristics, page 249

L. Koudelka, P. Mosner, J. Jiräk, C. Jäger, M. Zeyer-Düsterer
Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic
Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany
Institute for Applied Physics, University of Hamburg, Germany
Study of sodium-zinc borophosphate glasses, page 255

C. Leonelli, C. Siligardi, P. Veronesi
Department of Materials and Environmental Engineering, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy
Microwave processing of glass, page 261

M. Liska, J. Machäcek, 0. Gedeon, R. Klement
Vitrum Laugaricio, Alexander Dubcek University of Trencin, Slovak Republic
Department of Glass and Ceramics,lnstitute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Molecular dynamics of the Na20 - MgO - CaO - Si02 glasses, page 267

F. Lofaj, F. Dorcäkovä, E. Dolekcekic, M. LeFloch, T. Rouxel,
M. J. Hoffmann, S. Hampshire
Institute of Materials Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Kosice, Slovakia
University of Rennes, France
University of Limerick, Ireland
Universität Karlsruhe, Germany
Structure and viscosity of RE-oxynitride glasses, page 273

G. Lubitz
Vetroconsult Ltd., Bülach, Switzerland
Furnace design characteristics and operation experiences of efficient container glass furnaces, page 280

G.E.Malashkevich, G.I.Semkova, A.V.Semchenko, V.N.Sigaev, S.S.Soukhov, V.Califano, B.Champagnon
Institute of Molecular and Atomic Phisics of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Meendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow, Russia
LPCML, University of Lyon 1, France
Structure and spectral-Iuminiscent properties of silica gel glasses containing Ce02 - Ln203 nanoparticies: Influence of local charge compensator, page 287

I. Matousek
Department of Glass and Ceramic Producing Machines, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
Optimisation of glass pressing cycle in pre-manufacture stage, page 293

C. Moysan, T. Rouxel, J.-Ch. Sangleboeuf
LARMAUR FRE CNRS 2717, Universite de Rennes 1, France
Indentation topometry in glasses by Atomic Force Microscopy, page 301

Y. Nagashima, K. Sakaguchi, T. Uchino
Technical Research Laboratory, Nippon Sheet Glass Co. Ltd., Itami, Japan
The structure around iron Ions and their optical absorption in soda time glass, page 307

G. Palavit, E. Bekaert, G. Quoirin, L. Montagne
UMR CNRS 8012 ENSC-Lille, Universite des Sciences et Techniques de Lille, France
Vitrification of phosphated heavy metal waste in an alumino silicate glass, page 308

V. Petruskovä, P. Vräbel, P. Simurka, P. Sajgalik
RONA Co. Ltd., Lednicke Rovne, Slovak Republic
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Influence of flame and hydrofluoric acid treatment an surface damage of tableware, page 314

R. Roggendorf, J. Trempler, D. Böschet, C. Berker, G.H.
Michler Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaft, Martin-Luther-UniversitätHalle-Wittenberg, Germany
Chemical durability of sodium disilicate glasses in aqueous salt solutions, page 320

M. Trochta
Glass Service, Vsetin, Czech Republic
Mathematical modeling of combustion chambers using GS GFM package, page 326

C. Wang, M. Chen, S. Dong, Y. Tao, J. Qi, G. Lepnev
Dalian Institute of Light Industry, Dalian, China
Dalian Nationalities University, Dalian, China Saint Petersburg University, Russia
The structure, properties and application of solid contact glass mini-electrode, page 332

IV. Posters

S. A. Besedina, V. G. Konakov, M. M. Schultz
Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia
Sankt-Petersburg State University, Russia
Advantages of the pO-index method to estimate the acid-base properties of oxide materials, page 341

G. G. Boiko, G.V. Berezhnoi
Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia
The doorways for the motion of helium atoms in the structure of crystalline and amorphous silicon oxides according to molecular dynamics simulations, page 346

P. Bursikovä, A. Jiriöka, A. Helebrant
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
The effect of surface layers prepared by sol-gel method an glass corrosion, page 350

P. Bury, M. Jamnicky, P. Hockicko, I. Jamnicky
Department of Physics, Zilina University, Slovak Republic
Department of Ceramic, Glass and Cement, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Transport Mechanisms study of glass electrolytes using acoustic attenuation and conductivity spectroscopy, page 354

Z. Cilovä, V. Hulinsky
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Medieval glassworks and the glass production in North-Western Bohemia, page 359

V.A. Funtikov, N. E. Antonova
Department of Chemistry, Kaliningrad State University, Russia
Electrode behaviour of chalcogenide glasses in solutions of organic and inorganic redox systems, page 364

V.A. Funtikov, V. A. Rumiancev
Department of Chemistry, Kaliningrad State University, Russia
The anodic and cathodic voltamperometry of glasses of system TI-As-Se-Te, page 368

J. Gregus, M. Chromcikova, M. Liska, L. Vozar
Department of Physics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Constantine the Philosopher University, Nitra, Slovak Republic
Vitrum Laugaricio, Alexander Duböek University of Trencin, Slovak Republic
Enthalpy relaxation in Na20-CaO-Si02 glass – Mazurin’s
versus Moynihan's approximation of relaxation times, page 372

P. Havel, P. Horäöek
Center for Applied Cybernetics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic
Modeling, simulation and control of glass feeding, page 378

Ch. van't Hoen, W. Höland, V. Rheinberger
Ivoclar-Vivadent AG, Schaan, Principality of Liechtenstein
Fundamental research an twofold phase formation of apatite solid-solutions and leucite in glass-ceramics, page 382

E. Jona, K. Nemcekova, P. Simon, A. Plsko, D. Ondrusova
Department of Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials Faculty of Industrial Technologies, Püchov, Slovak Republic
Department od Physical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Effect of an addition of Ti02 an the thermal stability of Li20.Si02 Blasses - application of various criteria, page 387

S. Kasa, F. Novotny
Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
The effect of stirrers at low Re numbers, page 393

L. Kido, M. Müller, Ch. Rüssel
Otto-Schott Institut für Glaschemie, Universität Jena, Germany
High temperature investigation of soda-lime-silicate glasses doped with manganese and chromium, page 397

A. Lisy, L. Hamacek
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Verification of released energy in the models furnaces by means of thermo vision, page 402

J. Machacek, M. Liska, 0. Gedeon
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Vitrum Laugaricio, Alexander Duböek University of Trencin, Slovak Republic
Molecular dynamics of the oxynitride glasses, page 406

J. Matej, V. Cierna, V. Hulinsky, M. Maryska, J. Hurnikova
Laboratory of Inorganic Materials, Institute of Chemical Technology and Institute of Inorganic Chemistry AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic
Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Cathodic behaviour of the molybdenium electrode in glass melt, page 410

P. Mosner, L. Koudelka
Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic
Thermal behaviour of the mixed (M20-Pb0)-B203-P205 glasses, page 415

F. Munos, L. Pascual, A. Duran, L. Montagne, R. Berjoan, R. Marchand
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Universite des Sciences et Techniques de Lille, Lille, France
IMP-UPR CNRS 8521, Font-Romeu, France3 Universite de Rennes 1, Rennes, France
Structure and properties of alkali and alkali-lead oxynitride phosphate glasses, page 419

J. Novak, S. Kasa
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Bubbling - intensifying mean of glass melting process and its mathematical modeling, page 421

M. Rebros, M. Jamnicky, M. Kadledikova
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Department of Ceramic, Glass and Cement, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Department of Microelectronic, Slovak Universtity of Technology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Characterization of solid weathering products formed in polluted atmospheres an crystal glass, page 425

J. Setina, V. Akishins, G. Veveris, A. Patmalnieks
Institute of Silicate Chemistry, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Effect of storage terms and conditions an quality of AI-Na silica fiber glass, page 429

A. Skrcena, M. Hejda, Z. Cilova, A. Helebrant
Department of Glass and Ceramics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Biomimetic preparation of bioactive layers, page 434

G. Völksch, R. Harizanova, Ch. Rüssel, S. Mitsche, P. Pölt
Otto-Schott Institut für Glaschemie, Universität Jena, Germany
Forschungsinstitut für Elektronenmikroskopie und Feinstrukturforschung, Technische Universität Graz, Austria
Crystallization in high iron containing silicate glasses - Electron microscopy investigation, page 438
 
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