Capacity:50 - 1500 (ton/day) Raw Materials:Clinker, Gypsum, Slag, etc. Main Equipment:Vertical Mill, Ball Mill, Bag Filter, Bucket Elevator Application:Grinding System for Cement Production
An emphasis on the understanding of the pyro-process technology system: raw mix design, burnability and clinker Quality optimization of heat consumption operation and process diagnostic studies and productivity enhancement of the clinker production energy conservation and energy audit in pyro system refractory and management practices Impact of raw mix on coating and build-ups and refractory performance chemical clinker analysis Improvement of burnability through use of mineralizers, techno-economic assessment.
A unique combination of theoretical and practical skills throughout this course will be learned, which will help you develop and execute the concepts and technical knowledge acquired in the daily activities of process and operation.
Providing details of the processing equipment of cement kiln systems Safety and Process Control of CementKiln Standard operation procedures Alkali Bypasses Chemical Reactions and analysis Rotary Kiln Raw Material characteristics Alternative Fuel Energy Conservation and Energy AuditCalciner Reaction Calciner Fuels Process Diagnostic Studies and Productivity Enhancement Developmental trends in pre-heaters, pre-calciners, kilns, burners and grate coolers Developments in refractories and refractory management.
Exergetic life cycle assessment was performed for the cement production process.Each systems efficiency before and after waste heat power generation was analyzed.The waste heat power generation improved the efficiency of each production system.It provided technical support for the implementation of energy-saving schemes.
The cement industry is an industry that consumes a considerable quantity of resources and energy and has a very large influence on the efficient use of global resources and energy. In this study, exergetic life cycle assessment is performed for the cement production process, and the energy efficiency and exergy efficiency of each system before and after waste heat power generation is investigated. The study indicates that, before carrying out a waste heat power generation project, the objective energy efficiencies of the raw material preparation system, pulverized coal preparation system and rotary kiln system are 39.4%, 10.8% and 50.2%, respectively, and the objective exergy efficiencies are 4.5%, 1.4% and 33.7%, respectively; after carrying out a waste heat power generation project, the objective energy efficiencies are 45.8%, 15.5% and 55.1%, respectively, and the objective exergy efficiencies are 7.8%, 2.8% and 38.1%, respectively. The waste heat power generation project can recover 3.7% of the total input exergy of a rotary kiln system and improve the objective exergy efficiencies of the above three systems. The study can identify degree of resource and energy utilization and the energy-saving effect of a waste heat power generation project on each system, and provide technical support for managers in the implementation of energy-saving schemes.