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Article November 19th, 2012 (Glass Performance Days 2011) 0
In this paper, for drying screen-printed/ enamel of glass, which used for windshield automobiles, a dryer is introduced that works with hot air and infrared lamps. Hot air causes a forced convection and infrared lamps cause radiation heat transfer over surface of glass and screen-printed. Hot air flow conditions are steady and viscous. Temperature contours of glass surface and throughout heating zone, flow pattern and other specifications of fl ow and glass surface are obtained. Finite volume method with segregated solver is used for solution of governing equations. Results are applied to construct the machine. The products are quantified and it’s seen that enamel is wholly dried and have very good quality.