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Alternative fuels used in cement plants in germany

Apr 01, 2021

Alternative Fuels and Raw Material (AFR) Since the first oil crisis in the early 1970s, cement producers, along with other resources-intensive industries (RIIs), have been looking for ways to cut costs using alternative fuels, and have learned that they must, nonetheless, respect the needs of their processes

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  • Alternative fuels for the cement industry - ScienceDirect
    Alternative fuels for the cement industry - ScienceDirect

    Jan 01, 2003 Alternative fuels used in the cement industryAlternative fuels are the solid, liquid, municipal or industrial wastes used in industrial and power plants as a substitute for conventional fuels. Alternative fuels have been in use for more than 10 years now and are gaining an increasing share in the global energy market

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  • (PDF) Use of alternative fuels in cement industry
    (PDF) Use of alternative fuels in cement industry

    Alternative fuels are another source of energy used by cement producers around the world. They can replace the basic sources of energy used by cement kilns to produce the high temperatures that

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  • Uses of alternative fuels and raw materials in the cement
    Uses of alternative fuels and raw materials in the cement

    Jul 01, 2013 According to this figure, MBM and SS are the alternative fuels most widely used in the cement industry. These two fuels are used in almost all the countries examined, as are tyres (but in lower quantities). Despite the fact that most of the countries use a wide array of alternative fuels, the case of the Netherlands is remarkable

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  • Outdated Rules Hinder Concrete’s Potential on Climate
    Outdated Rules Hinder Concrete’s Potential on Climate

    Jul 01, 2021 Today, alternative fuels comprise about 13.5% of the fuel used by domestic cement manufacturers, compared to more than 36% in the EU—and even up to 60% in Germany. U.S. cement plants began adopting alternative fuels as early as the 1970s

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  • Waste Tire as an Alternative Fuel of Cement Production
    Waste Tire as an Alternative Fuel of Cement Production

    alternative fuel in cement production industries. Waste tires are identified as a compact fuel with low humidity which consists of 90 % of hydrogen, carbon and oxygen with thermal value 32 MJ/Kg. Table 1 shows the chemical composition, thermal value of waste tires and main fuels used in Iran cement industry

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  • Environmental Awareness
    Environmental Awareness

    Alternative Fuel and Raw Material Policy of OYAK Cement. OYAK Cement aims at using alternative fuels and raw materials at the highest level within the bounds of the regional conditions, under which the plants are available, for effective and efficient use of natural resources and maintaining this use in compliance with the environmental and

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  • Systematic Review: Cement Manufacturing
    Systematic Review: Cement Manufacturing

    Sep 06, 2011 The availability of alternative fuels depended on the specific alternative fuel. Opportunities for Application – and More Research Needed. The environmental, social, health and economic impacts of cement plants is a major concern for Canadian stakeholders. A switch to alternative fuels could reduce the impact of plants on the environment

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  • The multiple benefits of green hydrogen ... - Global Cement
    The multiple benefits of green hydrogen ... - Global Cement

    Aug 21, 2020 The use of green hydrogen in the cement industry is soon to be a reality, with a multinational trialling its use at a plant in Europe as part of its target to achieve 100% fossil fuels substitution. Hydrogen as a fuel to displace all or part of

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  • CEMEX leads the industry in utilising alternative fuels
    CEMEX leads the industry in utilising alternative fuels

    At CEMEX's UK cement plants it replaces 20-60% of the fossil fuels, such as coal or petcoke, currently used to heat the cement kilns, depending on the permits. Due to the biomass content of ClimaFuel, emissions of greenhouse gases are significantly reduced which improves the embodied carbon of our cement and concrete products

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  • Alternative fuels - FLSmidth
    Alternative fuels - FLSmidth

    Introducing alternative fuels has an impact across the plant. The materials can have totally different characteristics from fossil fuels. They can be sticky, fluffy, moist, and fluctuating in size and quality or you may need to switch between different types of fuel with very different characteristics due to availability

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  • Home - IKN
    Home - IKN

    Feb 20, 2021 Cool Down. Innovative solutions for the cement industry made in Germany. From clinker cooler retrofits to kiln upgrades and complete greenfield pyro systems, we offer what it takes to build and operate profitable cement plants

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  • Energies | Free Full-Text | Alternative Fuel Generation
    Energies | Free Full-Text | Alternative Fuel Generation

    The present investigation project aims to evaluate the extraction of contaminant material from two settling ponds to be used as alternative fuel in two cement plants. The extraction is carried out through mechanical means, and after that extraction, two options are compared: energy recovery and incineration. Through energy recovery, a potentially contaminated area is decontaminated

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  • WtERT - Waste to Energy - Support for Decisions
    WtERT - Waste to Energy - Support for Decisions

    How to get started with alternative fuels Hubert Baier, WhiteLabel-TandemProjects UG. Cement plants are capable of consuming a wide variety of alternative fuels, in line with local availability, plant requirements and emissions limits. ... Germany commits 150 million euros for climate change adaptation in developing countries

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  • European Cement Research European Cement Research
    European Cement Research European Cement Research

    Germany Phone: +49-211-23 98 38-0 Fax: +49-211-23 98 38-500 www.ecra-online.org ... Alternative fuels, raw materials and biomass used in the cement industry: Long-term perspective 15 ... of all cement plants have been used to define the “typical” cement plant of today. As in the

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  • Possibilities and effects of using waste materials as
    Possibilities and effects of using waste materials as

    Dec 25, 2017 Source: Increasing the use of alternative fuels at cement plants: International best practice, IFC, 2017 Figure 1. Current and expected co-processing rates. The main users of fuel from waste are factories of cement manufacturers Cemex, Portlandzementwerk, and Heidelberg Cement in Germany, and Holderbank in Switzerland, while Ciments d’Obourg

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  • Thermal treatment of sewage sludge in Germany: A review
    Thermal treatment of sewage sludge in Germany: A review

    Today, most of the sewage sludge in Germany is incinerated, about half in mono-incineration, mostly in stationary fluidized beds, and the other half in co-incineration, in particular in coal-fired power plants, cement kilns or, to a lesser extent, waste incineration plants. Some alternative thermal processes, mainly pyrolysis and gasification

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  • MAN Energy Solutions to supply compressor system for
    MAN Energy Solutions to supply compressor system for

    Dec 29, 2021 Norway: Germany-based MAN Energy is supplying a compressor system for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) unit being built at Norcem’s Brevik cement plant. The scope of supply includes an RG 63-7 type electrically-powered compressor train. The steam generators cool the CO 2 mixture between the compressor stages and generate steam that is in turn

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  • Safe alternatives - International Cement Review
    Safe alternatives - International Cement Review

    Aug 08, 2013 Safe alternatives. While the introduction of alternative fuels and raw materials brings many benefits to the cement plant and its surrounding community, the process requires putting in place an appropriate health and safety management programme. David Gossman of Gossman Consulting, Inc (GCI), USA, offers several important points to consider

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  • LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE
    LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE

    Furthermore the use of alternative fuels maximizes the recovery of the non-combustible part of the alternative fuel material and eliminates the need for disposal of slag or ash, as the inorganic part of them substitutes raw material in the cement [20, 21]. The term Alternative Fuels (AFs) refers to waste materials used for co-processing

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  • Case Study Manual on Alternative Fuels & Raw
    Case Study Manual on Alternative Fuels & Raw

    Case Study 3 : Common Effluent Treatment Plant Sludge As Alternate 46 Fuel In Cement Kiln - Binani Cement Ltd Case Study 4 : Rice Husk As Alterna!ve Fuel In Cement Kiln - Lafarge India Pvt Ltd, 49 Arasmeta Cement Plant Case Study 5 : Use Of Pet coke And Bio-Mass As Alternate Fuel - 52 Madras Cements Limited, Alathiyur

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  • (PDF) Use of waste derived fuels in cement industry. A review
    (PDF) Use of waste derived fuels in cement industry. A review

    In direct combustion application, majority of the briquette fuel will be used to produce cement, steam and another thermal energy (Chatziaras et al., 2016), while gasification process will be

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  • Coal for cement: Present and future trends
    Coal for cement: Present and future trends

    Mar 01, 2016 Alternative fuels, an ever-reducing clinker factor and more thermally-efficient cement production technologies will all each take a bite out of the amount of coal used. Alternative fuels: As developed markets, such as Europe, currently have the highest levels of alternative fuel use, the extent to which alternative fuels will reduce demand for

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  • Environmental and Social Impacts of Cement Industries
    Environmental and Social Impacts of Cement Industries

    Feb 26, 2016 A cement plant consumes 3–6GJ of fuel per tonne of clinker produced, depending on the raw materials and the process used. Most cement kilns today use coal and petroleum coke as primary fuels and

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  • INCREASING THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE FUELS
    INCREASING THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE FUELS

    Increasing the Use of Alternative Fuels at Cement Plants: International Best Practice iii LIST OF TABLES Table 1: Alternative Fuel Substitution Rates in Selected Countries and Regions ..... 1 Table 2: Shares of Different Types of Waste Used as Alternative Fuels

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  • Alternative Fuels - Cembureau
    Alternative Fuels - Cembureau

    In Europe, the cement industry has replaced a large part of its traditional fuel sources with biomass or waste. From a technical point of view, much higher substitution rates are possible, with some plants using up to 80% alternative fuels 1.. Apart from direct effects of replacing carbon-intensive fossil fuels with lower-carbon-intensity of alternative fuels, there can also

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  • Alternative Fuels for Re-Use in Cement Plants
    Alternative Fuels for Re-Use in Cement Plants

    Jan 17, 2022 Alternative fuels for economical re-use in cement plants. Our systems enable these alternative materials to be stored, separated, weighed, metered out and transported efficiently and without harming the environment. It is also possible to change fuel types. These plants thus ensure that kilns in cement works are operated and fuelled much more

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  • Tyres as an alternative fuel - CemFuels
    Tyres as an alternative fuel - CemFuels

    Mar 03, 2011 03 March 2011. The use of alternative fuels and raw material is common practice in the European cement industry. Dirk Lechtenberg gives an overview of scrap tyres as an alternative fuel in this excerpt from MVW Lechtenberg & Partner's Alternative Fuels & Raw Materials Handbook. Due to be published in the summer of 2011, the handbook will give an

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  • Use of Alternative Fuels in Cement Manufacture: Analysis
    Use of Alternative Fuels in Cement Manufacture: Analysis

    for cement plants to derive 20-70% of their energy needs from alternative fuels (Portland Cement Association 2006). In the US, as of 2006, 16 cement plants were burning waste oil, 40 were burning scrap tires, and still others were burning solvents, non-recyclable plastics and other materials (Portland Cement Association 2006)

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  • Alternative Fuel Use in Cement Manufacturing
    Alternative Fuel Use in Cement Manufacturing

    Alternative Fuel Use in Cement Manufacturing Implications, opportunities and barriers in Ontario White paper for Workshop on Alternative Fuels in Cement Kilns Updated for Follow up Meeting, May 23, 2014 Written by The Pembina Institute and Environmental Defence Funding provided by Cement Association of Canada and Holcim (Canada) Inc

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  • Cement Sector Trends in Beneficial Use of Alternative
    Cement Sector Trends in Beneficial Use of Alternative

    Cement Sector Trends in Beneficial Use of Alternative Fuels and Raw Materials 5 List of Tables Table 1: Share of AFR in Total Fuel Demand in the Cement Industry of Selected Countries Table 2: Wet and Dry Kilns in the U.S. Table 3: U.S. Cement Clinker Production Table 4: Energy Derived from Fuels Used in Cement Production

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  • Cement – Analysis - IEA
    Cement – Analysis - IEA

    It was successfully piloted by the LEILAC project at a cement plant in Belgium in 2019, and plant design is under way for large-scale demonstration in Germany, ... Examples include using steel blast-furnace slag in cement production and waste from other industries as alternative fuels for cement production

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  • Using Solid Waste & Alternate Fuel Raw (AFR) Material
    Using Solid Waste & Alternate Fuel Raw (AFR) Material

    Alternative Fuels which can be used to increase thermal substitution rate (TSR) in cement industry (use of CV of waste as fuel in cement kiln) Fuel Calorific Value (kcal / kg) 1. RDF from Municipal Solid Waste 2800-3800 2. Used Tires 6700-7700 3. Hazardous Waste 4000-9500 4. Industrial Plastic Waste 4070-6620 5. Biomass 2500-3800 6

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