10th International Conference on Coatings on Glass and Plastics10th International Conference on Coatings on Glass and Plastics

The 10th ICCG highlights the most important Deposition technologies during the first three technical sessions, considering PVD, CVD and Wet Processes. This will be followed by two sessions dedicated to Processing:Session 4 is highlighting Pre- and Post-Treatment of flexible glass and polymers. Session 5 deals with Fundamentals of Film Growth and related process-control features. The final three sessions are dedicated to surveying the most importantApplications for thin film coated […]

Ancient Roman Glass Inspires Modern ScienceAncient Roman Glass Inspires Modern Science

Researchers in the University–s Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) are investigating how to best embed nanoparticles in glass instilling the glass with the properties of the nanoparticles it contains. “Nanoparticles and nanocrystals are the focus of research around the world because of their unique properties that have the potential to bring great advances in a wide range of medical, optical and electronic fields,” […]

New approach to mining Extracting glassmaking raw materials from food waste UpdatedNew approach to mining Extracting glassmaking raw materials from food waste Updated

The mission of mining schools is to research new and better ways of extracting useful raw materials to manufacture products. Usually, miners look into the earth for sources of valuable minerals. Researchers at the Colorado School of Mines, expanding the definition of mining, have discovered that the earth will deliver minerals to them in the form of agricultural byproducts. The food processing industry has a […]

Study of the heat resistance of ceramic products for use en glassmakingStudy of the heat resistance of ceramic products for use en glassmaking

Authors: Turdiev, D. Sh. Source: Refract. ind. ceram. , Vol. 54, No. 2, July, , 2013 Results are presented from a study of the phase composition of a ceramic composite that is based on aluminum titanate and additives and is synthesized by fusion in a solar furnace. The mechanical properties of ceramics based on aluminum titanate are improved by reducing grain growth in the initial material. It is found […]

Functional Glass Ceramic Based on Potassium NiobateFunctional Glass Ceramic Based on Potassium Niobate

Authors: Stefanovich,S. Y. Sigaev, V. N. Lotarev, S. V. Lopatina, E. V. Mosunov, A. V. Segalla,A. G. Chertin, D. P. Source: Glass Ceram. , July 2013 , 2013 A new approach to obtaining a functional glass ceramic based on potassium niobate from an amorphous precursor, obtained by rapid cooling of the melt containing small additions of the glass former SiO2, is examined. The results indicate that there is promise […]

Broadband anti-reflective and water-repellent coatings on glass substrates for self-cleaning photovoltaic cellsBroadband anti-reflective and water-repellent coatings on glass substrates for self-cleaning photovoltaic cells

Authors: Xiaoyu Lia, Junhui Hea, Weiyi Liuc Source: Materials Research Bulletin.48(2),2522–2528 High performance broadband antireflective (AR) and water-repellent coatings were fabricated on glass substrates by assembly of silica nanoparticles and polyelectrolytes via the layer-by-layer (LbL) assembly technique, followed by calcination and hydrophobic modification. A porous poly(diallyladimethylammonium chloride) (PDDA)/20 nm SiO2 nanoparticles (S-20) multilayer coating with AR property was prepared first. The maximum transmittance is as high […]

Flame treatment machines for glasses and glass bottles for adhesion improvement of UV inks with low equipment and energy costs.Flame treatment machines for glasses and glass bottles for adhesion improvement of UV inks with low equipment and energy costs.

Source: SEIMED Ref: 13 DE 1168 3S9Z  OFFER A German SME has developed a series of flame treatment machines for glasses and glass bottles, which allow the implementation of the most recent process technologies for adhesion improvement of UV inks with low equipment and energy costs. The SME is looking for mechanical engineering companies interested in a license purchase as well as glass or ceramic decorating companies interested […]

Review. Functional glasses and glass-ceramics derived from iron rich waste and combination of industrial residuesReview. Functional glasses and glass-ceramics derived from iron rich waste and combination of industrial residues

Authors: R.K. Chinnam, A.A. Francis, J. Will, E. Bernardo, A.R. Boccaccini Source: Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids , 365:63–74 , 2013 Wastes from industrial processes and energy generation facilities pose environmental and health issues. Diversion of waste from landfill to favour reuse or recycling options and towards the fabrication of marketable products is of high economic and ecologic interest. Moreover safe recycling of industrialwastes is necessary and even vital to […]

PACRIM 10 Symposia – 10th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology PACRIM 10 Symposia – 10th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology

The PACRIM 10 technical program covers a variety of topics that identify global challenges and opportunities for various ceramic technologies. The program fosters discussions on the future of specific fields on a global scale. It delivers a forum for knowledge exchange and facilitates new contacts from around the world. PACRIM 10 also includes the 2nd International Richard M. Fulrath Symposium on Frontiers of Ceramics for Sustainable Development. Inicio: 02/06/2013 […]

Creating electric patterns in glass with high speed laser ablation systemCreating electric patterns in glass with high speed laser ablation system

OFFER Ref: 13 BE 0427 3S47 A Flemish company has developed a high speed laser ablation system to create electric patterns in ITO (tin-doped indium oxide)coated glass (or coated film). The advantages of their system are the very high process speed and the possibility to use very large products. They are interested in industrial partners for a technical, manufacturing or commercial agreement. Fuente: SEIMED Si […]

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