Cement Production Technology

Principles and Practice
 
 
CRC Press
  • erschienen am 27. April 2018
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  • 439 Seiten
 
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978-1-351-33574-4 (ISBN)
 

    Explores the subject of cement production with an effective combination of materials science and technology along with good analysis of cement production sector

      Provides all the unit processes of cement production with their back-up principles and practice in one volume

      Includes back-up theoretical inputs to understand the practice

        Discusses environmental management and sustainability issues as required to run a plant

          Details process and product research trends of relevance to the industry

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          978-1-351-33574-4 (9781351335744)
          Anjan Kumar Chatterjee is presently the Chairman of Conmat Technologies Private Limited, which is a research and consulting outfit in Kolkata, India, engaged in providing technical support services to the cement, concrete and mineral industry within and outside the country. Concurrently he is also Director-in-Charge of Dr Fixit Institute of Structural Protection and Rehabilitation, Mumbai, which is a not-for-profit knowledge centre specifically devoted to repair, restoration and renewal engineering of concrete buildings. He is also associated with the major cement companies in the country in various advisory capacity. Prior to taking up the above assignments, Dr Chatterjee was an employee of the Associated Cement Companies Limited (now called ACC Limited) for over two decades and retired as its Whole-time Executive Director. While in ACC, he was responsible for the Company's Research & Development, Project Engineering and several diversified business units.





          Academically, Dr Chatterjee is a postgraduate in Geology and doctorate in Materials Science. He carried out extensive research in the field of electro-remelting slags, phase equilibrium studies on oxy-fluoride systems, and microstructural studies of cement, concrete and ceramics at the Institute of Metallurgy in Moscow, Moscow State University and the Building Research Establishment, UK. Beyond the national scene, Dr Chatterjee has been in various international assignments with UNIDO and an Environmental Research Company of University of Amsterdam.


          He holds the fellowship and membership of a large number of professional bodies. He is a Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering, Indian Concrete Institute, and Indian Ceramic Institute. He is also a Founding Member of Asian Cement & Concrete Research Academy in Beijing, China. He has been conferred the lifetime achievement award by the Indian Concrete Institute, Association of Consulting Civil Engineers, Confederation of Indian Industries and Cement Manufacturers' Association. He has many other awards and a large number of publications to his credit.
          1. BASICS OF MINERAL RESOURCES FOR CEMENT PRODUCTION


          1.1 PREAMBLE


          1.2 CHARACTERIZATION OF MINERALS AND ROCKS


          1.3 NATURE OF LIMESTONE OCCURRENCE


          1.4 ASSESSMENT OF LIMESTONE DEPOSITS


          1.5 MINERAL COMPOSITION AND QUALITY OF LIMESTONE


          1.6 LIMETONE MINING


          1.7 QUARRY DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL OPTIMIZATION


          1.8 ARGILLACEOUS MATERIALS


          1.9 CORRECTIVE MATERIALS


          1.10 NATURAL GYPSUM


          1.11 INFLUENCE of Raw Materials ON THE UNIT OPERATIONS


          1.12 SUMMARY


          1.13 REFERENCES





          2. RAW MIX PROPORTIONING, PROCESSING AND BURNABILITY ASSESSMENT





          2.1 PREAMBLE


          2.2 STOICHIOMETRIC REQUIREMENTS IN RAW MIX COMPUTATION


          2.3 RAW MIX COMPUTATION


          2.4 PREPARATION PROCESS FOR RAW MIX


          2.5 BURNABILITY FEATURES OF RAW MIX


          2.6 USE OF MINERALIZERS


          2.7 SUMMARY


          2.8 REFERENCES





          3. FUELS COMMONLY IN USE FOR CLINKER PRODUCTION





          3.1 PREAMBLE


          3.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF FUEL


          3.3 COAL RESOURCES OF THE WORLD


          3.4 BASIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS OF COMBUSTION


          3.5 COAL PREPARATION AND FIRING


          3.6 RELATION OF PROCESS PARAMETERS WITH COMBUSTION


          3.7 PETCOKE AS A SUBSTITUTE FUEL


          3.8 SUMMARY


          3.9 REFERENCES





          4. ALTERNATIVE FUELS AND RAW MATERIALS





          4.1 PREAMBLE


          4.2 BROAD CLASSIFICATION


          4.3 FEASIBILITY OF AN AFR PROJECT


          4.4 INVENTORY AND MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS


          4.5 SYSTEMATIC QUALITY ASSESSMENT


          4.6 CO-PROCESSING OF ALTERNATIVE FUELS


          4.7 SYSTEMIC REQUIREMENTS FOR USING ALERNATIVE FUELS


          4.8 GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGY


          4.9 ALTERNATIVE RAW MATERIALS


          4.10 ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS


          4.11 SUMMARY


          4.12 REFERENCES





          5. PYROPROCESSING AND CLINKER COOLING





          5.1 PREAMBLE


          5.2 CLINKER FORMATION PROCESS


          5.3 PREHEATER-PRECALCINER SYSTEMS


          5.4 ROTARY KILN SYSTEMS


          5.5 KILN BURNERS AND COMBUSTION


          5.6 CLINKER COOLERS


          5.7 VOLATILES CYCLE IN PREHEATER-PRECALCINER KILN SYSTEMS


          5.8 REFRACTORY LINING MATERIALS IN THE KILN SYSTEM


          5.9 ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND KILN EMISSIONS


          5.10 KILN CONTROL STRATEGIES


          5.11 SUMMARY


          5.12 REFERENCES





          6. CLINKER GRINDING AND CEMENT MAKING





          6.1 PREAMBLE


          6.2 CLINKER CHARACTERISTICS


          6.3 CLINKER GRINDING SYSTEMS


          6.4 ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS


          6.5 GRINDING AIDS IN CEMENT MANUFACTURE


          6.6 STORAGE, DISPATCH AND BAGGING OF CEMENT


          6.7 SUMMARY


          6.8 REFERENCES





          7. COMPOSITION AND PROPERTIES OF PORTLAND CEMENTS





          7.1 PREAMBLE: THE ADVENT OF PORTLAND CEMENTS


          7.2 BASIC GRADES AND VARIETIES


          7.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF PORTLAND CEMENTS


          7.4 PHASE-MODIFIED PORTLAND CEMENTS


          7.5 BLENDED PORTLAND CEMENTS


          7.6 CHARACTERIZATION OF CEMENTS AND PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF PROPERTIES


          7.7 OVERVIEW OF THE HYDRATION REACTIONS


          7.8 CEMENT FOR DURABLE CONCRETE


          7.9 SUMMARY


          7.10 REFERENCES





          8. ADVANCES IN PLANT-BASED QUALITY CONTROL PRACTICE





          8.1 PREAMBLE


          8.2 SAMPLING GUIDELINES


          8.3 SAMPLING STATIONS IN CEMENT PLANTS


          8.4 COMPUTER-AIDED RUN-OF-MINE LIMESTONE QUALITY CONTROL


          8.5 PRE-BLENDING OPERATION


          8.6 RAW MIX CONTROL


          8.7 KILN OPERATION MONITORING


          8.8 CEMENT GRINDING PROCESS


          8.9 X-RAY DIFFRACTOMETRY FOR PHASE ANALYSIS


          8.10 ON-LINE QUALITY CONTROL IN CEMENT PLANTS


          8.11 FLUE GAS ANALYSIS


          8.12


          8.14 SUMMARY


          8.15 REFERENCES





          9. ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION AND POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES





          9.1 PREAMBLE


          9.2 POLLUTANTS EMITTED TO ATMOSPHERE DURING THE MANUFACTURE OF CEMENT


          9.3 GENERATION AND BROAD CHARACTERISTICS OF DUST


          9.4 SULFUR DIOXIDE EMISSION


          9.5 NITROGEN OXIDE EMISSION


          9.6 NOISE POLLUTION


          9.7 SELECTED MONITORING TECHNIQUES


          9.8 CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL OUTLOOK


          9.9 SUMMARY


          9.10 REFERENCES





          10 TRENDS OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN CEMENT MANUFACTURE AND APPLICATION





          10.1 PREAMBLE


          10.2 SUSTAINING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE GROWTH OF CEMENT INDUSTRY


          10.3 STATUS OF POTENTIALLY DISRUPTIVE PYROPROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES


          10.4 PORTLAND CEMENT DERIVATIVES WITH NICHE APPLICATION POTENTIAL


          10.5 COMPLEX BUILDING PRODUCTS FORMULATION WITH CAC


          10.6 RESEARCH THRUST TOWARDS LOW-CARBON CEMENT INDUSTRY


          10.7 TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS FOR CONVERTING CO2 INTO FUEL PRODUCTS


          10.8 LOW CARBON CEMENTS AND CONCRETE


          10.9 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN CEMENT RESEARCH


          10.10 NONHYDRAULIC CEMENTS


          10.11 SUMMARY


          10.12 REFERENCES





          11 GLOBAL AND REGIONAL GROWTH TRENDS IN CEMENT PRODUCTION





          11.1 PREAMBLE


          11.2 CAPACITY AND PRODUCTION GROWTH PERSPECTIVES


          11.3 NATIONAL ECONOMY VERSUS CEMENT CONSUMPTION


          11.4 CHANGE DRIVERS OF PRODUCTION AND APPLICATION OF CEMENT


          11.5 FUTURE DESIGNS OF CEMENT PLANTS


          11.6 GROWTH OF THE INDIAN CEMENT INDUSTRY - A CASE STUDY


          11.7 REFERENCES


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