Glass sintering with concurrent crystallization

@article{Prado2002GlassSW,
  title={Glass sintering with concurrent crystallization},
  author={M. Prado and E. Zanotto},
  journal={Comptes Rendus Chimie},
  year={2002},
  volume={5},
  pages={773-786}
}
Abstract We critically review and discuss the main glass-sintering models: Frenkel, Mackenzie–Shuttleworth, Scherer and the recently developed Clusters model, and focus on the problem of sintering with concurrent crystallization. The Clusters model is tested under various practical conditions. Isothermal tests are carried out on a widely polydispersed alumino-borosilicate (ABS) glass having jagged particles, which is stable against devitrification, and on a soda–lime–silica (SLS) glass with a… Expand
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