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A Study on the Thermal Properties of Glass for Effective Salvage Process of Flat Cathode-ray Tube
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A Study on the Thermal Properties of Glass for Effective Salvage Process of Flat Cathode-ray Tube
Park, Sang-Hu; Lee, Bu-Yun; Kim, Won-Jin; Heo, Bo-Seok;
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 Abstract
The CRT(Cathode-ray Tube) of salvage is a process of separating the panel and funnel to recycle a cathode-ray tube. In this paper, the thermal properties of glass for CRT were studied to improve its recycling ratio. In the salvage process, several patterns of breakage, as called 'comer pull', were easily generated on the sealing surface of panel or funnel glass due to the residual tensile stress, which had correlations with some parameters of the manufacturing process of CRT and the initial material properties of glass. Finite element analyses and experimental approaches on the flit sealing process were carried out to obtain the major characteristic of glass related to the residual stress. From this study, it was identified that the thermal expansion coefficient of glass had much influence on the residual stress of panel glass after frit sealing process. Therefore, the optimal conditions of thermal properties for CRT glass were proposed to achieve an effective salvage process. By using these optimal conditions, the size of comer pull on the panel and funnel glass was reduced to 10% level compared with the original size, and the recycling ratio of CRT was increased in the salvage process.
 Keywords
Flat Cathode-ray Tube;Frit Glass;Salvage Process;Fit Sealing Process;Thermal Expansion Coefficient;Recycling Ratio;
 Language
Korean
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