Manufacture of continuous glass fiber, even from readily-crystallizing special compositions, draws fiber up directly from melt surface at lower temperature than melt interior

Ralf Keding (Inventor), Rachel Dauce (Inventor), Christian Ruessel (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberDE102006022050-A1
CountryGermany
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Keywords

  • glass fibre drawing

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Keding, Ralf (Inventor) ; Dauce, Rachel (Inventor) ; Ruessel, Christian (Inventor). / Manufacture of continuous glass fiber, even from readily-crystallizing special compositions, draws fiber up directly from melt surface at lower temperature than melt interior. Patent No.: DE102006022050-A1.
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Manufacture of continuous glass fiber, even from readily-crystallizing special compositions, draws fiber up directly from melt surface at lower temperature than melt interior. / Keding, Ralf (Inventor); Dauce, Rachel (Inventor); Ruessel, Christian (Inventor).

Patent No.: DE102006022050-A1.

Research output: Patent

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