Effect of Oxygen Content of Furnace Atmosphere on Adherence of Vitreous Coatings to Iron

@inproceedings{Eubanks1955EffectOO,
  title={Effect of Oxygen Content of Furnace Atmosphere on Adherence of Vitreous Coatings to Iron},
  author={Alfred G. Eubanks and D. Gwyther Moore},
  year={1955}
}
A series of porcelain enamel ground coats of the same basic composition but with various amounts of cobalt oxide was fired on enameling iron in atmospheres consisting of various oxygen-nitrogen mixtures. The effect of the oxygen content of the atmosphere on adherence was determined and the effect on interface roughness was estimated from an examination of metallographic cross sections. A decrease in the amount of oxygen in the firing atmosphere necessitated an increase in the amount of cobalt… CONTINUE READING

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