BK
67 posts
TimePosted 13/10/2010 15:29:49
BK says

Kiln Floating

Dear All,

Can any body explain regarding Kiln Floating ( up & down ). What is the use of floating for the kiln and for what length/Dia/Capacity for the Kiln.

with regards

Komar 

 

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BK
67 posts
TimePosted 09/11/2010 11:13:26
BK says

Re: Kiln Floating

Pl.help me to get clarify for above 

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ILA
49 posts
TimePosted 11/11/2010 16:13:26
ILA says

Re: Kiln Floating

Hello Bandari

When kiln rotates such that downhill thrust roller is only engaged for a partial revolution and all rollers are correctly skewed than we can say the kiln is floating . the thrust tire will always have a slide ammount of wobble , While a thrust roller is in contact that causes the kiln to be pushed uphill  for part of rotation , As the wobble then moves away from contact with thrust roller , the kiln is move gently downhill for that part of rotation , the cycle then repeats .

I hope you could find what was you looking for 

Regards

Mech. & Process. Expert

ILA

 

 

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Kumar
71 posts
TimePosted 12/11/2010 04:14:05
Kumar says

Re: Kiln Floating

Dear Bhandari,

        Because of the kiln slope, the kiln during running has the tendency to slide towards kiln hood at the discharge end due to gravitational force.so to avoid this and to keep it at its position, thruster is used,which pushes it upwards after a set downward position is reached as indicated by the sensor.And when a set upward position is reached the thruster releases its push and then kiln again starts slowly sliding downwards,so this cycle continues.It is required for all modern kilns of different capacities.

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