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  • Environmental Performance Improvement in the Cement
    Environmental Performance Improvement in the Cement

    This research investigates ways to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions from the cement industry. Cement is one of the largest sources of man-made greenhouse gases, contributing ~5% of the global total. 40% of emissions from cement come from the fuel used in the process, while the electricity used contributes a further 5%

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  • A review on emission analysis in cement industries
    A review on emission analysis in cement industries

    Jun 01, 2011 The cement subsector consumes approximately 12–15% of the total industrial energy use. Therefore, this subsector releases CO 2 emissions to the atmosphere as a result of burning fossil fuels to produce energy needed for the cement manufacturing process. The cement industry contributes about 7% of the total worldwide CO 2 emissions. This study

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  • Global 2 emissions from cement production
    Global 2 emissions from cement production

    cement emissions means that the vast majority of CO2 emis-sions are covered. In this work we investigate the process emissions from ce-ment production, develop a new time series for potential use by the Global Carbon Project, and present plans for future continued updates, revisions, and development. The focus

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  • Emerging Energy-efficiency and CO{sub 2} Emission
    Emerging Energy-efficiency and CO{sub 2} Emission

    Apr 06, 2012 Abstract. Globally, the cement industry accounts for approximately 5 percent of current anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO{sub 2}) emissions. World cement demand and production are increasing significantly, leading to an increase in this industry's absolute energy use and CO{sub 2} emissions

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  • CARBON DIOXIDE EQUIVALENT EMISSIONS FROM
    CARBON DIOXIDE EQUIVALENT EMISSIONS FROM

    A dissertation submitted to the faculty of Science, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science. 15 March 2011 . i ... Practices to reduce GHG emissions in cement production (Martin et al., 1999, p18)

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  • Reducing Carbon Emissions Of The Construction Industry
    Reducing Carbon Emissions Of The Construction Industry

    Apr 28, 2017 Furthermore, the production and use of concrete has an enormous environmental effect this is because Cement is an energy consumer and CO2 fabricated material. Other factors and causes of CO2 emission are things such as products that use high temperature processes to produce elements such as cement, bricks; these are considered as a main user of

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  • (PDF) Impact of Cement Industry on Plant Vegetation - A
    (PDF) Impact of Cement Industry on Plant Vegetation - A

    Banerjee D., Pandey G.S., (1987), Calcification of surface soils in the vicinity of a cement plant, Indian J. Environmental Protection, 7, 37-38. Third external review draft of air quality

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  • Hot Mix Asphalt Plants - Emission Assessment Report
    Hot Mix Asphalt Plants - Emission Assessment Report

    HOT MIX ASPHALT PLANTS EMISSION ASSESSMENT REPORT. This page intentionally left blank. EPA 454/R-00-019 ... with the liquid asphalt cement. After mixing, the HMA generally is transferred to a storage bin or silo, ... roads, aggregate storage and handling operations, and vehicle exhaust

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  • POLLUTION DUE TO CEMENT DUST – IJERT
    POLLUTION DUE TO CEMENT DUST – IJERT

    Jul 30, 2018 Cement industry is one of the17 most polluting industries listed by Central Pollution Control Board in India. During the last decades, the emission of dust from cement factories has been increasing alarmingly due to expansion of more cement plants to meet the growing requirement of cement materials for construction of buildings

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  • Batching, Mixing, Transporting, and Handling Concrete
    Batching, Mixing, Transporting, and Handling Concrete

    Batching, Mixing, Transporting, and Handling Concrete. Fig. 10-3. Central mixing in a stationary mixer of the tilting drum type with delivery by a truck mixer operating at agitating speed. (69926) Fig 10-4. (top) Nonagitating trucks are used with central-mix

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  • Dissertation synopsis - University of California, Berkeley
    Dissertation synopsis - University of California, Berkeley

    This dissertation examines the efficiency and effectiveness of three different carbon trading mechanisms in three specific contexts, with a focus on the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism in the Indian power sector, and comparative analyses with California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard and sectoral crediting in China’s cement sector

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  • AN ANALYSIS OF REFUSE DERIVED FUEL AS AN
    AN ANALYSIS OF REFUSE DERIVED FUEL AS AN

    directly on the cement plant site. A study was also done at Gulf Coast Cement in Houston, Texas. However, problems with fuel handling, energy inconsistencies, and economics caused the test to be discontinued (13). Cement Manufacturing The basic materials used in the manufacturing of portland cement are limestone, marl, chalk, or sea shells to

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  • Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) in the United
    Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) in the United

    Oct 18, 2021 emissions,6 others raise concerns that CCS may not discourage fossil fuel use and that CO 2 could 1 Carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) also could be used to capture carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions from power plants that use bioenergy sources instead of fossil fuels. In that case, the process is known as bioenergy with carbon

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  • THE SOUTH AFRICAN CEMENT INDUSTRY
    THE SOUTH AFRICAN CEMENT INDUSTRY

    emissions. With the country relying mainly on fossil fuel (coal) for its energy needs, its cement industry deserves to be reviewed. To this end, this dissertation reviewed the South African cement industry to evaluate its energy use and CO 2 emissions management practices. This is

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  • (PDF) CO2 emission reduction in the cement industry
    (PDF) CO2 emission reduction in the cement industry

    Table 2: CO2 emissions from the Usje cement plant Year Emissions of CO2, ktCO2 2007 867 2008 814 2009 439 2010 442 2011 457 3.1 Use of alternative fuels The alternative fuel used for the calculation of the potential CO2 emissions reduction was the

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  • CO2 emission reduction in the cement industry by using a
    CO2 emission reduction in the cement industry by using a

    Jan 01, 2020 1. Introduction. Global cement production accounts for 8% of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions [] and 13% of global greenhouse gas emissions from industrial sources [].Today, all newly-built cement plants are dry process plants with cyclone preheaters and calciners and are considered state-of-the-art [].In the cement manufacturing process

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  • Supply Chain Management in the Cement Industry
    Supply Chain Management in the Cement Industry

    Cement is produced in more than 150 countries all over the world. Cement, as the most important ingredient of concrete, is essential in the development of infrastructure and construction in general. The level of advancement in cement and concrete Supply Chain Management (SCM) can facilitate or constrain world economic development

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  • Report No. CSS07-07 May 2007 - University of Michigan
    Report No. CSS07-07 May 2007 - University of Michigan

    Concrete Infrastructure Sustainability: Life Cycle Metrics, Materials Design, and Optimized Distribution of Cement Production by Alissa Kendall A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Natural Resources and Environment and Civil and Environmental Engineering)

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  • Final - Cement and Lime Manufacturing
    Final - Cement and Lime Manufacturing

    Environmental issues in cement and lime manufacturing projects primarily include the following: • Air Emissions • Energy consumption and fuels • Wastewater • Solid waste generation • Noise Air Emissions Air emissions in cement and lime manufacturing are generated by the handling and storage of intermediate and final materials

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  • Particulate Matter (PM) Emission Factors For Processes
    Particulate Matter (PM) Emission Factors For Processes

    Asphalt, Cement, Concrete, and Aggregate Product Plants October 2019 This document provides emission factors for estimating total suspended particulate matter (PM) emissions (not PM 10) for individual emission source at aggregate (sand and gravel), brick and tile, hot mix asphalt, cement, concrete batch plants

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  • Geopolymer concrete for environmental protection
    Geopolymer concrete for environmental protection

    The global use of concrete is second only to water. As the demand for concrete as a construction material increases, so also the demand for Portland cement. It is estimated that the production of cement will increase from about from 1.5 billion tons in 1995 to 2.2 billion tons in 2010 [1]. On the other hand, the climate change due to global

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  • CEMENT RAW MATERIALS - International Cement Review
    CEMENT RAW MATERIALS - International Cement Review

    include carbon dioxide released during energy generation to power cement manufacturing plants. Worldwide it is thought that cement making is responsible for around 7% of total man-made CO 2 emissions. The UK cement industry has agreed to reduce its primary energy consumption by 25.6% per tonne of cement produced by 2010, from a 1990 baseline

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  • Concrete infrastructure sustainability: Life cycle metrics
    Concrete infrastructure sustainability: Life cycle metrics

    Cement production is the second most carbon dioxide intensive industry, accounting for 5% of anthropogenic emissions. As the key binding agent in concrete it is integral to the modern infrastructure our society depends on. ... This dissertation develops methods for quantifying and characterizing the sustainability of different options in cement

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  • Influence of nano-TiO2 addition on the environmental
    Influence of nano-TiO2 addition on the environmental

    Nov 30, 2021 Cement is one of the main compounds of concrete, the most consumed construction material globally. Cement manufacturing is responsible for around 8% of the total carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions each year globally. Besides cement, concrete production requires a significant volume of aggregates and water. Over 8 billion m3 of aggregates are

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  • GLASS WOOL WASTE AS CEMENT REPLACEMENT
    GLASS WOOL WASTE AS CEMENT REPLACEMENT

    A project dissertation submitted to the ... Wee Teo for being dedicated and stringent in handling the course throughout the year. ... in the form of carbon dioxide emissions. Cement plants account for 5% to 8% of global emissions of carbon dioxide, the main cause of global

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  • Impact of Construction Material on Environment
    Impact of Construction Material on Environment

    Master’s Thesis Impact of Construction Material on Environment (Steel & Concrete) Heera Lomite Sridhar Kare This Thesis is an obligatory part for the Master’s Program in Industrial Engineering with specialization in Quality & Environmental Management & provides 15 Credits Nr

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  • Reduction of CO Emissions from Cement Plants by
    Reduction of CO Emissions from Cement Plants by

    plant CO2 emissions. An economic model which objective is to highlight the best selection strategy to reduce CO2 emissions with the least cost was developed using St Marys Plant data as part of this thesis. St Marys Plant achieved a significant result of 23.6 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions per tonne of cement produced

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  • Reduction of CO2 Emissions from Cement Plants
    Reduction of CO2 Emissions from Cement Plants

    St Marys Plant, located in St Marys, Ontario, was used as a case study to evaluate the results of various modifications on cement plants operation that can impact on the plant CO2 emissions. An economic model which objective is to highlight the best selection strategy to reduce CO2 emissions with the least cost was developed using St Marys Plant data as part of this thesis

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  • Increasing Energy Efficiency and Reducing Emissions
    Increasing Energy Efficiency and Reducing Emissions

    Jul 01, 2011 @article{osti_1223000, title = {Increasing Energy Efficiency and Reducing Emissions from China's Cement Kilns. Audit Report of Two Cement Plants in Shandong Province, China}, author = {Price, Lynn and Hasanbeigi, Ali and Zhou, Nan and Thekdi, Arvind and Lan, Wang}, abstractNote = {The study documented in this report was initiated in order to

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CEMENT PRODUCTION
    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CEMENT PRODUCTION

    cement industry is an energy enormous intensive and products many emissions, odors and noise. The emissions from cement plants which cause greatest concern and which need to be dealt with are dust, carbon dioxide CO2, nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulphur dioxide (SO2)

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  • (PDF) Impact of dust emission on plant vegetation in
    (PDF) Impact of dust emission on plant vegetation in

    Present paper attempts to focus on. impact of cemen t emission on plant vegetation. Key words: cement industry, environmental impact assessment

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  • A Review On Environmental and Health Impacts Of
    A Review On Environmental and Health Impacts Of

    cement manufacturing is emission [15]. Cement industry is potential anthropogenic source of air pollution. It has estimated that cement production originates about 5% of global manmade CO 2 emissions [13]. The typical gaseous emissions to air from cement production include NOx, SOx, CO, CO 2, H 2

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  • Life Cycle Assessment of Portland Cement and
    Life Cycle Assessment of Portland Cement and

    ) emissions per ton of Portland cement. Results show that the most significant energy consumption and CO 2 emissions are related to clinker kiln, due to the process of calcination of limestone and fuel combustion in the kiln. Of total CO 2 emissions, 52 % and 46 % result from the calcination process and fuel combustion respectively

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