emadissa
23 posts
TimePosted 22/01/2012 08:50:30
emadissa says

RSP: High Calcination degree

Dears...

We have RSP pre-calciner that produces >94% calcination degree, which is thought to be quite high. Does anyone have RSP? Is it typical calcination degree for RSP? MC (mixing chamber) outlet temperature is 855 - 860 oC, how can we decrease calcination degree?

BR

Emad

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Silastman
80 posts
TimePosted 25/01/2012 05:27:53
Silastman says

re RSP: High Calcination degree

Dear Sir !

I'm study influence of highe pressure raw mix on properties of Portland cement & find, that highe pressure decrease on 10-12 % energy consumption on  decarbonization and increase  calcination degree. But I making it only in laboratory condition. I think in manufacturing condition making it will be very difficult.

 Dr. Michael A. Miheenkov

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emadissa
23 posts
TimePosted 29/01/2012 05:57:58
emadissa says

re RSP: High Calcination degree

Dear Dr. Silastman,

I think you are talking about the fineness of the raw mix and its effect on calcination and burnability. However, thank you very much

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Silastman
80 posts
TimePosted 30/01/2012 05:33:21
Silastman says

re RSP: High Calcination degree

No sir!

I told about such pressing  http://www.koeppern.com/en_kompakt_set.htm of raw mix & crashing briquette up to dust before calcination.

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