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Materials recovery from waste cathode ray tubes (CRTs)

by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme)  (Jan. 1, 2004)

Executive summary ObjectivesThis is the second interim report of this project being carried out by ICER with support from Glass Technology Services. The project is examining potential markets for waste CRT glass. In this second stage five potential applications have been investigated, three for screen glass which does not contain lead and two for ...

A study on PbO in CRT funnel glass at high–temperature condition

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jan. 30, 2012)

Glasses from the end–of–life Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) represent a pressing environmental problem, especially the funnel glass containing high lead concentration. To avoid lead contamination and re–utilise it, it is of great importance to study the separation process of lead contained in the funnel glass. In this study, the microstructure of scrap ...

International joint venture of two giants in the CRT industry: strategy analysis using system dynamics

by Inderscience Publishers  (Feb. 10, 2004)

The past decade has seen a dramatic rise in the number international joint ventures (IJV) and a great majority of them fail. Although the research literature continues to expand, there is an imbalance to the attention paid to the process and operational management side of IJVs. We begin this article with a survey of the literature and we segment ...

CRT Displays -- Solving Tomorrow´s Water-Distribution Control Problems Today

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (May 1, 1977)

The experience of the California Department of Water Resources with its State Water Project control system is used to demonstrate the application of cathode ray tube (CRT) devices and their adaptability. Information display with CRT devices is accomplished by using one of three techniques of data presentation, graphic, nongraphic, or partial ...

Recycled CRT Panel Glass as an Energy Reducing Fluxing Body Additiive in Heavy Clay Construction Products. GLA35-005

by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme)  (Mar. 1, 2006)

The use of recycled glass as a heavy clay product fluxing body additive is not a new concept. CERAM Building Technology (CBT) have recently completed a major WRAP funded brick industry project (WRAP project GLA2-018) investigating the energy saving and emissions reducing benefits of using powdered recycled container glass for just such purposes. ...

E-waste assessment methodology and validation in India

by Springer  (Mar. 1, 2006)

An attempt has been made to establish an approach and a methodology to quantify electronic waste (e-waste) in India. The study was limited to personal computers (PCs) and televisions (TVs) within the state boundaries of Delhi and in selected areas in the National Capital Region (NCR). Material flow analysis was used to establish an e-waste trade ...

Plant Control in the 1990´s

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Jun. 1, 1976)

Increasing computer control of water utility operation will be made possible by low cost redundant systems and standardized system design. Computer languages, cathode ray tube (CRT) terminals, automation, and transmitters are ...

Integrating virtual 3-D display systems into product design reviews: some insights from empirical testing

by Inderscience Publishers  (Feb. 11, 2004)

The infusion of virtual three-dimensional (3-D) display systems into the product design and development process has intrigued researchers and practitioners in recent years. However, the variety of commercially available devices has complicated system selection and use for this application. This paper presents results of a study designed to ...

A Water Utility Energy Management Program - Dallas, Texas

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Mar. 1, 1978)

The Dallas Water Utilities´ ongoing program of design, construction, and operating procedures geared to conserving energy while making optimum use of available water resources was capped recently by the installation of a computer-based data acquisition and control system that is expected to increase operational efficiency and decrease power costs ...

Energy-efficient and environmentally safe information and communication technology usage in higher education institutions: a "practise-what-you-preach" challenge

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jan. 30, 2004)

During the past 15 years, in the quest for energy-efficient Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), scientists from several universities - including the University of Bordeaux 1 since the outset - institutes, laboratories and consultants worldwide, have devoted much effort to convincing policy makers, manufacturers and users not to ...

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