Ted Krapkat

Ted Krapkat
Threads Started: 2
Posts: 484
Strapline: Registered User
Location: Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.
Occupation: Plant Chemist, Cement Australia.

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re FORMATION OF YELLOW CORE ALONG WIHT THE CLINKER

Hello Tendulkar,  If you do a forum search for "brown cores" or "egg yolk" you will find that there are already...

re HOW TO FINDTHE ALKALI TO THE SULPHATE RATIO

Hello Tendulkar, The alkali/sulphur ratio can be calculated as follows;- ASR = (K2O/94 + Na2O/62 - Cl/71)/ (...

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Hello Mohan, Have you tested the stack gases to determine if the orange plume is NOx or fine particulates?  ...

re Correlating Kilnfeed & Clinker LSF

Hello Mike, Firstly, if you are using coal as a fuel, your rawmeal and kiln feed LSF should always be higher th...

re Features of synthesis of C3S, in the presence of significant amounts of SO3

Thanks Michael! Good luck!   Best Regards, Ted.

re Features of synthesis of C3S, in the presence of significant amounts of SO3

Hello Michael, The currently accepted hypothesis of the stabilisation of C2S by sulphur does not mean that no C...

re Features of synthesis of C3S, in the presence of significant amounts of SO3

Hello Michael, I'm puzzled.  All of the papers I have seen on this subject have come to the conclusion that the...

re Regarding specific heat consumption (Kcal/Kg of Clinker) of kiln if we use 100% Pet Coke with 1% residue on 90 micron in place of coal

Hello Rajuram, Generally speaking, the use of petcoke results in a higher specific heat consumption than coal. ...

re Clinker grinding with limestone

Hello Shastri, 100oC seems a bit low. Normally you should try to keep the mill outlet temperature at between...

re Drop of kiln feed rate

Hello BLM, I agree with Tushar that your AM is quite low and would normally contribute to a dusty kiln situatio...