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Clinker (waste) - Wikipedia

Clinker is a general name given to waste from industrial processes, particularly those that involve smelting metals, welding, burning fossil fuels and use of a blacksmith's forge, which commonly causes a large buildup of clinker around the tuyere. Clinker often forms a loose, dark deposit consisting of waste materials such as coke, coal, slag, charcoal, and grit. Clinker often has a glassy look to it, usually because of the formation of molten silicacompounds during processing. Clinker generally is much denser than co

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Clinker (Waste Product) - Open Source Ecology

Clinker (Waste Product) From Open Source Ecology. Jump to: navigation, search. Basics. A Mixture of Compounds and Elements left over after incineration of waste, or use of Blast Furnaces and other similar processes; Typically contains carbon (Like Charcoal) intermixed with metals and minerals; Can be hard to seperate (Depending on Composition) ...

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Alternative Raw Materials and Fuels

The conservation of natural resources is part of our sustainable business strategy.That is why we make greater use of waste materials and by-products from other industries as valuable raw materials and fuels. We use alternative raw materials for the production of clinker, which is the most important intermediate product in the manufacture of cement.

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1.6 Waste Management clinker, and fly ash.

residual waste from industrial operations, such as boiler slag, clinker, and fly ash. Hazardous wasteshares the properties of a hazardous material (e.g. ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity), or other physical, chemical, or biological characteristics that

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Substitution of fossil fuel by industrial waste in clinker ...

industrial waste in clinker kilns N. Kadel Jr., M. A. Sellitto, M. Borchardt G. M. Pereira Production and Systems Engineering Graduate Program, Unisinos, Brazil Abstract The purpose of this article is to report a case for the use of industrial solid waste in substitution of fossil fuel in clinker kilns in the cement industry. The partially

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Use of construction and demolition wastes as raw materials ...

Apr 01, 2006  On the other hand, the general trend today for the ce- ment industries is the use of alternative raw materials for the production of cement clinker. Several materials, mainly the wastes and by-products of other industrial processes, have been proposed for that purpose (Bhatty et al., 2004).

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Waste materials co-processing in cement industry ...

Mar 01, 2013  The use of some of these industrial wastes as secondary fuels in cement production has been a viable way for cement industries to reduce their costs of production, the consumption of fossil fuels, and contributes to the final disposal of such waste, as in the case of used tires, which are reused as fuel for burning the clinker formation , .

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Preparation of Low Energy Cement Clinker from Paper ...

in manufacturing of distinct products. In this work, the lime sludge and fly ash tested as raw materials for cement clinker synthesis and mortar preparation from synthesised cement clinker. Firstly, the detailed characterisation of waste materials was performed, on the basis of characterisation distinct mixtures of materials were prepared.

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(PDF) Use of waste derived fuels in cement industry. A review

optimize process control and alternative fuel consumption while maintaining clinker product quality. ... the use of waste derived AF by cement plants will be also ... and cell size, among other ...

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Alternative Raw Materials and Fuels

The conservation of natural resources is part of our sustainable business strategy.That is why we make greater use of waste materials and by-products from other industries as valuable raw materials and fuels. We use alternative raw materials for the production of clinker, which is the most important intermediate product in the manufacture of cement.

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1.6 Waste Management clinker, and fly ash.

residual waste from industrial operations, such as boiler slag, clinker, and fly ash. Hazardous wasteshares the properties of a hazardous material (e.g. ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity), or other physical, chemical, or biological characteristics that

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Use of construction and demolition wastes as raw materials ...

Apr 01, 2006  On the other hand, the general trend today for the ce- ment industries is the use of alternative raw materials for the production of cement clinker. Several materials, mainly the wastes and by-products of other industrial processes, have been proposed for that purpose (Bhatty et al., 2004).

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Sustainable Waste Management: A Case Study of Cement

The process of clinker burning in a rotary kiln creates favourable conditions for the use of waste materials as alternative fuels. These include: High temperature, Alkaline environment, Oxidizing atmosphere, The lack of incineration wastes as all metallic and non-metallic incineration products

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Co-processing waste in the cement industry: A solution to ...

But the cement industry consumes a significant amount of natural resources and energy. About 1’600 kg of raw material and 200 kg of coal are needed to produce 1 ton of clinker. On the other hand we have the waste problem. Waste is produced daily and everywhere in the world.

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Preparation of Low Energy Cement Clinker from Paper ...

in manufacturing of distinct products. In this work, the lime sludge and fly ash tested as raw materials for cement clinker synthesis and mortar preparation from synthesised cement clinker. Firstly, the detailed characterisation of waste materials was performed, on the basis of characterisation distinct mixtures of materials were prepared.

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(PDF) Use of alternative fuels in cement industry

Examples of the waste materials commonly used as alternative fuels include used tyres, animal residues, sewage sludges, waste oils and other types of waste derived from industrial and municipal ...

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WASTE-TO- ENERGY SOLUTIONS

converting the waste to diff erent fuel qualities. 3. MATERIAL HANDLING AND STORAGE The fuels are transported, stored and if necessary, dried to become part of the fuel mix. 5. PYRO PROCESSING The alternative fuel enters the calciner or main burner where it substitutes coal or other fossil fuels. 6. QUALITY CONTROL Ensuring clinker quality,

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Portland cement - Wikipedia

Portland cement is the most common type of cement in general use around the world as a basic ingredient of concrete, mortar, stucco, and non-specialty grout.It was developed from other types of hydraulic lime in England in the early 19th century by Joseph Aspdin, and usually originates from limestone.It is a fine powder, produced by heating limestone and clay minerals in a kiln to form clinker ...

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Industrial Processes and Product Use (IPPU)

2D: Non-Energy Products from Fuels and Solvent Use GHG emissions from use of non-energy products (lubricants, waxes, greases, solvents) other than: - combustion for energy purposes; - use as feedstock or reducing agent; - incineration of waste oils/lubricants with/without energy recovery (Energy/Waste Sector).

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ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION - Cemex

clinker and other cementitious materials. The average composition of Portland cement is asfollows: Clinker: 95-100% [Clinker is produced from raw materials such as limestone and clay which are crushed, homogenized and fed into a rotary kiln. The raw materials are sintered at a temperature of 1450oC to form new compounds.

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Cross-Bar® Cooler The Art of Cooling Clinker

tion in the clinker, which both enhances the clinker quality and gives you more flexibility with your cement product. Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. All lanes move forward Every other lane moves backwards Remaining lanes move backwards Cross-Bar® Cooler 6

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Raw Material Substitution - Cembureau

IN BRIEF. 60% of the industry’s emissions are ‘process emissions’ caused by decarbonation of limestone during the production process. Limestone needed to make clinker can be partially substituted by a range of alternative calcium containing materials, including waste and industrial by-products, which are already increasingly being used.

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Co-processing waste in the cement industry: A solution to ...

But the cement industry consumes a significant amount of natural resources and energy. About 1’600 kg of raw material and 200 kg of coal are needed to produce 1 ton of clinker. On the other hand we have the waste problem. Waste is produced daily and

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Raw Material Substitution - Cembureau

IN BRIEF. 60% of the industry’s emissions are ‘process emissions’ caused by decarbonation of limestone during the production process. Limestone needed to make clinker can be partially substituted by a range of alternative calcium containing materials, including waste and industrial by-products, which are already increasingly being used.

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Utilisation of cement-asbestos wastes by thermal treatment ...

asbestos waste as a secondary raw material for the pro-duction of clinker ceramics, the waste was subjected to initial calcination in a laboratory furnace at a selected temperature for 2 h. The obtained product was also char-acterised by XRD, FT-IR, DTA/TG and SEM analysis. Thermal analysis (DTA and TG) was performed using a

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Clinker - Cembureau

Clinker substitution and novel clinkers. The effort in reducing the amount of clinker in cement is progressing well and the clinker to cement ratio has been reduced to 76,4%. The uncertain sustainable availability of clinker substitutes is the main constraint. CEMBUREAU has projected the clinker to cement ratio at 70% by 2050.

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Preparation of Low Energy Cement Clinker from Paper ...

in manufacturing of distinct products. In this work, the lime sludge and fly ash tested as raw materials for cement clinker synthesis and mortar preparation from synthesised cement clinker. Firstly, the detailed characterisation of waste materials was performed, on the basis of characterisation distinct mixtures of materials were prepared.

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Cement clinker - Wikipedia

Cement clinker is a solid material produced in the manufacture of Portland cement as an intermediary product. Clinker occurs as lumps or nodules, usually 3 millimetres (0.12 in) to 25 millimetres (0.98 in) in diameter. It is produced by sintering (fusing together without melting to the point of liquefaction) limestone and aluminosilicate materials such as clay during the cement kiln stage.

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ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION - Cemex

clinker and other cementitious materials. The average composition of Portland cement is asfollows: Clinker: 95-100% [Clinker is produced from raw materials such as limestone and clay which are crushed, homogenized and fed into a rotary kiln. The raw materials are sintered at a temperature of 1450oC to form new compounds.

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Difference between Clinker and Cement - Civil Engineering

Clinker Cement; 1: Clinker is a nodular material which is used as the binder in cement products. Cement is a binding agent that sets and hardens to adhere to building units such as stones, bricks, tiles etc. 2: Clinker is a granular substance containing spherical pellets of diameter 3-25 mm.

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Cross-Bar® Cooler The Art of Cooling Clinker

tion in the clinker, which both enhances the clinker quality and gives you more flexibility with your cement product. Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. All lanes move forward Every other lane moves backwards Remaining lanes move backwards Cross-Bar® Cooler 6

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Cement, concrete the circular economy

contaminated soil, waste from road cleaning and other iron-, aluminium-, and silica-containing wastes or by-products, such as coal fly ash and blast furnace slag. The chemical suitability of recycled materials is important to ensure that they provide the necessary constituents for the formation of clinker. The use of alternative raw materials ...

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SuStainable WaSte ManageMent: a CaSe froM indian

using biomass, waste oils, and rubber wastes (tires \and mouldings) for use as alternative fuel (AF) for coal after successful trial runs [3]. A cement plant consumes 3,000 to 6,500 MJ of fuel per tonne of clinker produced, depending on the raw materials and the process used. Most cement kilns today use coal and petroleum coke as primary fuels,

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Alternative Fuels in Cement Manufacturing IntechOpen

Nov 18, 2010  The use of alternative fuels in cement manufacture is also ecologically beneficial, for two reasons: the conservation of non-renewable resources, and the reduction of waste disposal requirements. The use of alternative fuels in European cement kilns saves fossil fuels equivalent to 2.5 million tonnes of coal per year (Cembureau, 1999).

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Calculating CO2 process emissions from Cement Production ...

Other potential sources of greenhouse gas emissions include stationary ... (use waste guidelines). Indirect Emissions (scope 2 and/or scope 3) ... to produce clinker. Clinker, an intermediate product, is mixed with a small amount of gypsum and/or anhydrite to make Portland cement. Some varieties of masonry cement require additional

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