The Rotary Cement Kiln / Edition 2

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Overview

This is an indispensable reference source and training tool not only for kiln operators, but for supervisors and management staff as well.

Extensive discussions on pre-heater and pre-calciner operations are included. The appendix includes a section with conversion tables, definitions of common terms relating to rotary kilns, and a suggested outline for a training program for new operators. CONTENTS: History; Types of Rotary Kilns; Refractories; Fuels; Combustion; The Flame; Heat Transfer; Heat Balances; The Chemistry of Kiln Feed and Clinker, Reaction Zones in the Rotary Kiln; Coating and Ring Formation in a Rotary Kiln; The Air Circuit in a Rotary Kiln: Movement of the Material Through The Kiln; Kiln Operating and Control Methods; Instrumentation; Burning Zone Control; Fuel Systems; Clinker cooler Control; Kiln Exit-Gas Temperature Control; Feed-Rate Control; Kiln Starts and Shutdowns; The 27 Basic Kiln Conditions; Kiln Emergency Conditions; Safety and Accident Prevention; Appendix: A KILN OPERATOR’S QUIZ; Glossary; Conversion Tables; Index. See also: F.M.

LEA's, THE CHEMISTRY OF CEMENT AND CONCRETE, Third Edition: ISBN 978-0-8206-0212-7; Kurt Peray, The Cement Manufacturer's Handbook:

ISBN 0820603686. Visit us at www.chemical-publishing.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780820603674
  • Publisher: Chemical Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/19/1998
  • Edition description: Enlarged
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 396
  • Sales rank: 662,968
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents


History

Types of Rotary Kilns

Refractories

Fuels

Combustion

The Flame

Heat Transfer

Heat Balances

The Chemistry of Kiln Feed and Clinker, Reaction Zones in the Rotary Kiln

Coating and Ring Formation in a Rotary Kiln

The Air Circuit in a Rotary Kiln: Movement of the Material Through The Kiln

Kiln Operating and Control Methods

Instrumentation

Burning Zone Control

Fuel Systems

Clinker cooler Control

Kiln Exit-Gas Temperature Control

Feed-Rate Control

Kiln Starts and Shutdowns

The 27 Basic Kiln Conditions

Kiln Emergency Conditions

Safety and Accident Prevention

Appendix

A KILN OPERATOR'S QUIZ

Glossary

Conversion Tables

Index

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