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  • Study on Properties of Glazed Tiles Heated by the Low-Carbon Catalytic Combustion Furnace of Natural Gas  [HEC 2016]
  • DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2016.48150   PP.1455 - 1459
  • Author(s)
  • Ran Li, Fangjing Jia, Shihong Zhang, Suilin Wang
  • This experiment aims to summarize the properties of glazed tiles that heated by the low-carbon catalytic combustion furnace of natural gas. The tiles heated by the catalytic combustion furnace are more fine and glossy than the conventional ones. This conclusion provides a new way to glazed tile heating industry. Only with a better understanding of catalytic combustion, can the application benefit our environment and industry.
  • Glazed Tile Heating, Catalytic Combustion
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    Li, R., Fang, K. and Zhang, S.H. Research on the Application in Glazed Tile Heating of the Low-carbon Catalytic Combustion Furnace of Natural Gas.

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