The second instalment on the complex dependencies involved in delivering a successful cement project.
Dr Michael Clark offers an insight into roll press performance in terms of energy consumption.
Dr Michael Clark looks at how NOx emissions fit into the mass balance of a cement kiln.
Dr Michael Clark looks at how the precalciner and preheater have developed over the last half-century.
Michael Clark reports on C3S content and its performance for manufacturing high-quality blended cements.
Dr Clark investigates the various methods to control NOx and SOx and looks to future combative techniques.
Dr Michael Clark investigates heat recovery and energy flows in semi-wet kilns.
Michael Clark reviews the case for greater automation for cement plants in Africa.
Dr Clark assesses the different systems for waste heat recovery and the pros and cons of available options.
Dr Clark continues the second part of his article on the effects of using alternative raw materials and fuels.
Dr Clark looks at the history of online analysers for gas and mineral analysis.
Dr Clark investigates the modern day consumption of essential services at cement plants.
Why is achieving the limits of the substitution rate for secondary fuels not straight forward?
Dr Clark investigates the strange occurrence of mineral build-ups in uncommon locations.
A revived interest in quarry chemistry control systems leads Dr Clark to revisit the subject.
Is the CDM providing cement companies with necessary incentives to reduce emissions?