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All cement products are composed of specific combinations of calcium, silica, iron and alumina and small amounts of additives to achieve a desired profile of properties (e.g., strength, color). Clinker, the principle intermediate manufactured product within cement production, is typically produced from a

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  • Chapter Nine - Manufacturing and Construction Byproducts
    Chapter Nine - Manufacturing and Construction Byproducts

    Cement is produced using a rotary kiln to turn raw materials (limestone, clay, iron ore, silica) into a sintered product referred to as a clinker. Gypsum is added at the end of the process to manage the rate of hydration

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  • Cement made from steel production by-product can lead
    Cement made from steel production by-product can lead

    Dec 01, 2016 Cement made from steel production by-product can lead to a huge CO2 reduction. by Eindhoven University of Technology. Steel slag stockpiled alongside a steel factory. Credit: Eindhoven University

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  • CMAX Cement, by CC Products – Offering creative
    CMAX Cement, by CC Products – Offering creative

    CMAX Cement Products are the Environmentally Sound Choice. CMAX Cement Products are manufactured with environmental responsibility in mind. Lower greenhouse gasses emitted during the manufacturing and sustainability practices with raw material selection

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  • Cement – Analysis - IEA
    Cement – Analysis - IEA

    Clinker is the main ingredient in cement, and the amount used is directly proportional to the CO 2 emissions generated in cement manufacturing, due to both the combustion of fuels and the decomposition of limestone in the clinker production process.. From 2014 to 2018, the clinker-to-cement ratio increased at an average of 1.6% per year, reaching an estimated 0.70 in 2018; this rise was the

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  • Cement hydration - Understanding Cement
    Cement hydration - Understanding Cement

    Hydration products. The products of the reaction between cement and water are termed hydration products. In concrete (or mortar or other cementitious materials) there are typically four main types: Calcium silicate hydrate: this is the main reaction product and is the main source of concrete strength. It is often abbreviated, using cement chemists' notation, to C-S-H, the dashes indicating

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  • Concrete: the most destructive material on Earth | Cities
    Concrete: the most destructive material on Earth | Cities

    Feb 25, 2019 In 1950, cement production was equal to that of steel; in the years since, it has increased 25-fold, more than three times as fast as its metallic construction partner

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  • Concrete Discoloration: Drying Different Colors or Spotty
    Concrete Discoloration: Drying Different Colors or Spotty

    Using cement replacements. To complicate the color issue, the trend to go green and use recycled products as partial cement replacements can produce color variations, depending on the percentage of recycled material put into the mix, the water-to-cementitious materials ratio, and how the concrete is cured

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  • Concrete construction "offsets around one half" of
    Concrete construction "offsets around one half" of

    Aug 24, 2021 Concrete construction offsets around one half of carbonate emissions from cement industry says IPCC. Around half of the carbonate emissions from cement production are reabsorbed by the material

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  • Concrete Production - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
    Concrete Production - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Concrete production is a highly intensive energy-consuming process and presently facing a number of challenges in reducing the carbon footprint and making it more economic. Sustainable technologies in maintaining concrete structures are proving to be a great challenge. Microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) has developed as a novel and sustainable technique in improving the

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  • Cement and Concrete: The Environmental Impact — PSCI
    Cement and Concrete: The Environmental Impact — PSCI

    Nov 03, 2020 The Production Process of Concrete: Concrete is constructed using cement mixed with an aggregate-- a grainy blend of materials such as stone and sand. After mixing, the concrete is poured into a mold and left to harden then use in building. The aggregates are sourced from a local body of water and crushed in a natural procedure

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  • Laying the foundation for a zero-carbon cement industry
    Laying the foundation for a zero-carbon cement industry

    May 14, 2020 Carbon-cured concrete. This technology injects CO 2 captured during cement production to accelerate the curing process and “lock in” CO 2 in the end product. Current low-carbon cement technologies can sequester up to 5 percent of CO 2, with the potential of 30 percent

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  • (PDF) Effect of GRP By-Product Addition on Plastic and
    (PDF) Effect of GRP By-Product Addition on Plastic and

    The production of one tonne of Portland cement produces about one tonne of CO 2 and other GHGs. The environmental issues associated with GHGs, in addition to natural resources issues, will play a

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  • Products - Portland Cement Association
    Products - Portland Cement Association

    Soil-Cement: Developed in 1935, this product is often used as a paving base, mixing cement with compacted soil. Tilt-Up Concrete: a construction method where walls are cast in a horizontal position and then tilted into a vertical position and moved into place with a mobile crane. Return to Cement & Concrete Basics

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  • By-product materials in cement clinker manufacturing
    By-product materials in cement clinker manufacturing

    Feb 01, 1999 The use of Cl- and SO 3-containing by-products from chemical industries for manufacturing Portland cement clinker using a wet process was examined.The chemical and mineralogical compositions of the by-products and raw materials were determined. Homogeneous raw mixes containing different concentrations of by-products (5–30%) were prepared and the influence of the by-products on all steps of

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  • Waste and Byproducts in Cement-Based Materials - 1st
    Waste and Byproducts in Cement-Based Materials - 1st

    Jun 03, 2021 Waste and By-Products in Cement-Based Materials: Innovative Sustainable Materials for a Circular Economy covers various recycled materials, by-products and wastes that are suitable for the manufacture of materials within the spectrum of so-called cement-based materials (CBM). Sections cover wastes for replacement of aggregates in CBM, focus on the application of wastes for the replacement of

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  • (PDF) Re-using The By-product of Cement Industry
    (PDF) Re-using The By-product of Cement Industry

    Cement Kiln Dust (CKD) is a by-product generated throughout the production of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC). It is normally emitted to the atmosphere or converted into liquid and subsequently

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