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Impact of excess sulfur in cement kiln operationpdf

Apr 30, 2004 It has long been known that excess sulfur in clinker can lead to operational changes in the pyro-processing system. Excess sulfur will also create changes in the finish grinding system. Not only can the sulfur content change the clinker size distribution, but changes in clinker chemistry can have effects on cement quality. Recent industry trends are pushing toward increased burning of

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