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How Does Clinker Cooler Reduce Cement Production Energy ...

The main power consumption of a clinker cooler is its cooling fans. It usually takes 1.9-2.3 m 3 under standard conditions to cool 1 kg clinker from 1400 ℃ to 65 ℃, and the power consumption of the whole system is about 7 kWh. If the air consumption per kilogram of clinker cooling is reduced from 2 m 3 to 1.7 m 3, the air consumption efficiency will be 15% lower than that of other cement ...

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Latest Developments in High Efficency Clinker Cooling

Efficency Clinker Cooling Stephan Oehme – Claudius Peters Director Sales and Technology . ... more efficiency" "I do not want to stop one or two times a year, because my cooler fails" "I need cold clinker to protect my transports, silo, improve grinding and ... • Slow movement and hard faced surfaces

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WHITE CEMENT - PROPERTIES, MANUFACTURE, PROSPECTS

clinker formed at high temperatures and exhibiting a high reflection degree. On slow cooling, the iron oxides are bound to calcium aluminoferrites C 6A2F, whereas on fast quenching they are fixed to a smaller number of particles of type C 6A2F aluminoferrites while separating white calcium aluminates. The whiteness of cement

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(PDF) Cement Clinker Microscopy as an Aid to Determine ...

Additionally, slow cooling can also alter the chemical characteristics and crystal lattice distortion of the clinker phases resulting in less reactive cement [29]. ...

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Reactions in the cement kiln - clinkering

Fast cooling of clinker is advantageous - it makes for more hydraulically-reactive silicates and lots of small, intergrown, aluminate and ferrite crystals. Slow cooling gives less hydraulically-reactive silicates and produces coarse crystals of aluminate and ferrite. Over-large aluminate crystals can lead to erratic cement setting characteristics.

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(PDF) OPTIMIZATION OF CEMENT MANUFACTURING PROCESS BY ...

Cooling rate It is well established that cooling at the end of kiln (1st cooling) after clinker reach maximum temperature in clinkering zone and immediately before the kiln outlet is responsible for the stability of silicates (C3S and C2S). C3S crystals are formed from reaction of C2S with CaO and makes up a stable high- temperature phase.

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Microstructure and Chemistry of Unhydrated Cements [and ...

whereas slow cooling produces large aluminate and ferrite crystals. A typical clinker contains about 25% liquid at the burning temperature, the crystalline phases being principally C3S and C2S. Under moderately fast cooling conditions the liquid phase solidifies without any significant interaction with the silicate minerals, i.e. non-equi ...

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Clinker formation - SlideShare

Jun 29, 2018· Too much clinker plus 25 mm (I") increases the clinker temperature after the cooler because of the slow cooling of this fraction. Less than I0% plus 25 mm (I") is good. The clinker dust in the cooler tends to blow back into the kiln, thus establishing a dust circulation between kiln and cooler.

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US2137158A - Clinker cooling - Google Patents

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Certification of Standard Reference Material 2686b

glassy phase being unlikely in clinker because of its relatively slow cooling [1]. 2.2. Clinker Sampling 400 kg of raw clinker was received from the cement plant for processing and packaging. The as-received clinker was distributed across a large tray and examined to remove any foreign materials.

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Questions about slow cooling and kiln temps - Studio ...

Nov 18, 2018· A slow cooling program will cool slower than the kiln can naturally. The slower cooling can give some glazes a chance for more crystal growth, which can make the glaze look more interesting. It all depends on the formula of the glaze as to how the slow cooling will affect it. Some glazes don't look any different at all, some change dramatically.

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CLINKER COOLING TECHNOLOGY - Mechanical engineering ...

Clinker cooling is necessary because. 1. Hot clinker is difficult to convey. 2. Hot clinker has a negative effect on the grinding process. 3. Reclaimed heat …

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Clinker cooling - FULLER CO - FreePatentsOnline.com

The central location of the air stream avoids premature chilling and slow cooling of the clinker, which discharges in a partly molten state and falls through a chute, designed to prevent air counter70 flow, the clinker passing directly to a primary cooling chamber wherein it forms an inclined bed resting upon the cooling elements.

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Latest trends in clinker cooling - Cement Lime Gypsum

Cement clinker cooler and method for cooling cement clinker (22) 29.10.2013 (43) 06.05.2015 (57) White cement clinker can be ­efficiently produced using a kiln 10 for sintering cement clinker and ­unloading the cement clinker from the kiln 10 to a clinker...

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Clinker Microscopy The Ono Method Examination of polished ...

cooling rate of the clinker. The highest temperature form, α, can contain several percent of Al 2 O 3, Fe 2 O 3 and alkali. However, the lower temperature forms, α' and β, can only hold a small amount. •On cooling and phase change, therefore, the impurities are exsolved and cause a clouding of the crystals.

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US3836321A - Clinker cooling equipment and method - Google ...

A clinker cooling equipment comprising a grate type clinker cooler connected to a rotary kiln where clinker is calcined, said clinker cooler being sectioned into a high temperature section on the inlet side and a low temperature section on the outlet side, said high temperature section being cooled by high pressure cooling air and said low temperature section being cooled by low pressure ...

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Slow cooling and highly efficient extraction of hot ...

Slow cooling and highly efficient extraction of hot carriers in colloidal perovskite nanocrystals Nat Commun. 2017 Feb 8;8:14350. doi: 10.1038/ncomms14350. Authors Mingjie Li 1 ...

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Clinker cooling rate vs Cement Performance - Page 1 of 2

Jan 10, 2012· re Clinker cooling rate vs Cement Performance. Ted has given the actual details, Effect of different things on slow and fast cooling is given below, slow …

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Importance of Thermal treatment in Kiln on clinker ...

Nov 05, 2013· The hydration reactivity of clinker minerals is determined by five main influencing factors;-1. Heating rate in the burning zone. 2. Maximum temperature reached. 3. Residence time at max. temperature 4. Rate of cooling. 5. Amount and type of foreign ions incorporated into the clinker mineral crystal structures.

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Cooler for cooling clinker - Polysius AG

The clinker usually falls out of the kiln onto the first cooler section 1 at temperatures of approximately 1,400° C. There the clinker is transported in the direction of the arrow 5 and supplied with cooling air. At the end of the first section the clinker passes according to the arrow 6 into the crusher 3, where comminution of the clinker ...

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Cement Production - The Concrete Portal

Cooling rate. Slow (poor) ... Clinker cooling and final processing: The reactions of clinker formation are not completed inside the kiln – for the compounds to properly form, cooling is necessary. The heat from the kiln burning is recovered by the means of a cooler and returned to the process. A rapid rate of cooling is necessary between 1450 ...

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EFFECT OF COOLING RATES ON MINERALIZATION IN …

iii EFFECT OF COOLING RATES ON MINERALIZATION IN PORTLAND CEMENT CLINKER Robert Alan Bullard, Candidate for the Master of Science Degree University of …

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- cementmagazine.com

The results indicated that the C2S content was main influence factor of clinker grindability, the other mineral phase, liquid phase and density had no significant effects. The grindability of rapid cooling clinker would be better than that of slow cooling, the effect of cement grinding process depended on grindability of clinker and raw material.

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Some measures to improve the grindability of clinker in a ...

Feb 05, 2021· (2) In order to strengthen the rapid cooling effect of clinker and prevent the transformation of B ore from β-crystal to γ-crystal in the slow cooling state of …

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Clinker cooler with Coanda Wing® technology - IKN

Feb 20, 2021· Cold clinker discharge temperatures are maintained with the lowest air loading per kg of clinker. The main features of the clinker cooler with Coanda Wing® grate plates are: Excellent clinker distribution resulting in uniform, efficient cooling of the clinker across the full width of the cooler. Low construction height and compact design.

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(PDF) A review on kiln system modeling | Hussein A ...

On slow cooling it can tend to revert to Iowa 2810 calcium sulfate (Ca2 SiO4 ) and calcium oxide (CaO). If the reaction is Illinois 2590 incomplete, excessive amounts of free calcium oxide remain in the South Carolina 2580 clinker.

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(PDF) Influence of the Clinker SO3 on the Cement ...

interact ions between the heati ng and cooling regime as wel l as the raw. ... also claimed that DEF could arise from the presence of slow. soluble clinker ... Clinker with different amounts of ...

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Effect of cooling rates on mineralization in Portland ...

The rate at which cement clinker is cooled as it exits the kiln has long been known to be an important factor in cement quality. Cooling rate is one of the variables that has a significant impact on the minerals produced during the cement making process. The goal of the industry has been to produce cement clinker containing minerals that are highly reactive with water.

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Cross-Bar® Cooler The Art of Cooling Clinker

simply slow the clinker transportation in the affected lane to give the clinker more time to cool. The Cross-Bar cooler is designed such that in most cases, you …

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ETA Cooler - Claudius Peters

large clinker balls up to 1.5m without stopping the kiln line. The crusher's slow movement eliminates dynamic forces and ensures that no dust forms at the rear of the cooler. This slow movement also ensures that the operating lifetime of the partially hard-faced crushing rings is …

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Manufacture of Portland Cement: 3 Processes | Concrete ...

It has been observed that a moderate rate of cooling of clinker in the rotary cooler gives about 3.7% higher strength of cement at 28 days than quick cooling and about 11.1% less strength at slow cooling. The results based on the experiments carried out by ENKEGAARD are shown in Table 2.1.

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Low temperature solution growth : Slow cooling and Slow ...

Slow cooling is the easiest method to grow bulk single crystals from solution. This technique needs only a vessel only a vessel for the solution, in which the crystals grow. The temperature at which crystallization begin is in the range of 45 o C to 75 o C and the lower limit of the cooling is the room temperature.

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Rapid Cooling Vs Slow Cooling of Clinker in Cement ...

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CUSTOMISED CLINKER COOLING - Claudius Peters

At a specific load of 45.3 t/dm² and 1.78 Nm³/kg cooling air, a cold clinker temperature of 65˚C above ambient temperature is achieved. The intensive cooling of the clinker is realised by a long retention time inside the cooler. At maximum stroke numbers of 4 min-1 the ETA cooler can be operated with clinker bed heights of up to 1300 mm.

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Clinker cooler – level and pressure measurement | VEGA

To achieve this, the clinker bed is cooled with a continuous stream of air. Pressure monitoring is required in the lower part of the clinker cooler to make the cooling as effective as possible. The material height of the hot clinker, at over 1000 °C on the conveyor belt, also has to be reliably measured.

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E and Reactivity of Belite-Sulfoaluminate Clinkers

In order to reveal the influence of cooling regime on the BCSA clinker microstructure and reactivity, clinkers were subjected to three di erent cooling rates; fast cooling (air-quenching), slow cooling (1 C/min), and an intermediate example with a combination of cooling with a constant cooling rate of 10 C/min to 850 C and air quenching.

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Reliable high-performance clinker cooling | FL

Designed to give you reliable long-term performance, our range of clinker coolers deliver efficient heat recuperation and high uptime. When things get hot, you need a clinker cooler that won't let you down. That's what you get with our wide range of cooler sizes. To lower your costs and improve your margins, our coolers utilise a self ...

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Effect of cooling performance on the mineralogical ...

Even in cases where rapid cooling to obtain glassy matrix is not feasible, adjustment of slag analysis to obtain mineralogical phases similar to those met in clinker of OPC, even at higher FeO ...

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