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Technology, energy efficiency, and environmental externalities in the cement industry

Brahmanand Mohanty

Technology, energy efficiency, and environmental externalities in the cement industry

by Brahmanand Mohanty

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Published by School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok, Thailand .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia, Southeastern.
    • Subjects:
    • Cement industries -- Energy conservation -- Asia, Southeastern.,
    • Cement industries -- Environmental aspects -- Asia, Southeastern.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBrahmanand Mohanty.
      ContributionsAsian Institute of Technology. School of Environment, Resources and Development.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTJ163.5.C45 M645 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination116 p. :
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL148828M
      ISBN 109748256707
      LC Control Number99910336
      OCLC/WorldCa44510288

      Use the cement energy guide Energy Efficiency Improvement and Cost Saving Opportunities for Cement Making to find ways to improve the energy performance of a cement plant. Making progress Duke University evaluated the improvement in the cement industry’s energy performance over a year period. technology pillar of the EU’s energy and climate policy. It was adopted in by the European Council and the European Parliament as the EU’s response to speed up the development of a world-class mix of affordable, clean, efficient and low-emission energy technologies through coordinated research efforts.

      Available and Emerging Technologies for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Portland Cement Industry Prepared by the Sector Policies and Programs Division Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina October • Section 7 discusses possible ways to increase energy efficiency in the cement industry. In addition, Appendix A shows the interview guide used to structure cement industry customer surveys, and Appendix B provides a tabulation of survey Size: KB.

      The environmental impact of the energy industry is has been harnessed by human beings for millennia. Initially it was with the use of fire for light, heat, cooking and for safety, and its use can be traced back at least million years. In recent years there has been a trend towards the increased commercialization of various renewable energy sources. T he United States is the world’s largest consumer of energy. In , it was responsible for some 20 percent of global primary energy consumption, while its closest competitor, China, used 15 percent (IEA, ). But given the energy-security concerns over oil imports, recent volatility in energy prices, and the greenhouse gas emissions.


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Technology, energy efficiency, and environmental externalities in the cement industry by Brahmanand Mohanty Download PDF EPUB FB2

The cement/concrete industry operates at less than 40% thermal efficiency. This low efficiency suggests that there are significant opportunities to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions. Diagram A shows the proportion of the more than x Cement is an energy-intensive industry in which the grinding circuits use more than 60 % of the total electrical energy consumed and account for most of the manufacturing cost [].The requirements for the cement industry in the future are to reduce the use of energy in grinding and the emission of CO 2 from the kilns.

In recent years, the production of composite cements Author: Ömürden Genç. Technology, Energy Efficiency and Environmental Externalities in the Cement Industry - AIT, Thailand - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.

of cement, this industry uses 8 to 10 Technology of energy annually. In early the IEA will publish an in-depth analysis of energy efficiency energy demand, CO 2 emissions and. Technology Fact Sheet for Mitigation. Sector: Industry. Sub-sector: Cement. Technology: Energy Efficiency and Saving in Cement Industry.

A.1 Introduction: The utilization of Waste Materials including the Scrapped Tyres (calorific value MJ /kg) have been used for more than years worldwide as alternative (secondary) fuel in the. Energy Use in the Cement Industry in North America: Emissions, Waste Generation and Pollution Control c Table B.

Total Energy Intensity in Cement Manufacturing Process, NAFTA Countries, – Year U.S. Energy Consumption (TJs) (1) Estimated Energy Efficiency (TJs per Thousnd Metric Tonne) Mexican Energy.

China is the world's leading cement producer and the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases. Due to widespread use of outdated technology, energy efficiency in Chinese cement.

Therefore, increase in energy efficiency, CO. capture from cement plants and fly ash recycle plays important roles in sustainable and cleaner cement production, wh- ich will be addressed below.

Energy Efficiency. Energy efficiency can be improved through different ways, 1) technology update and 2) waste heat recovery. Technology Update. When it comes to achieving the best energy consumption, what are the key factors a cement producer needs to address.

In this article, extracted from the newly published Cement Plant Environmental Handbook (Second Edition), Lawrie Evans presents a masterclass in understanding and optimising cement plant energy consumption. This includes the uptake of energy efficient technology, increasing the use of by-products from other industries, reducing the dependence on fossil fuels as well as working in concert with the broader community.

From a global context the Australian industry, while relatively small in size, has a high uptake of best technology. the industry to pursuing energy efficiency improvements. Following are some recent examples of this continued dedication to energy efficiency improvement.

7 Energy Consumption Benchmark Guide: Cement Clinker Production. per ton of cement [16]. It has been proven that a thermal energy saving potential of – GJ/t, an electrical energy saving potential of 20–35 *Corresponding author: Energy Department, Institute of Science, High Technology & Environmental sciences, Graduate University of Advanced Technology, Kerman, Iran.

THERMAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT HANDBOOK (TEEI HANDBOOK) APRIL Prepared by Department of Industrial Promotion, Ministry of Industry, Thailand Thailand Environment Institute Committee Members and Authors for TEEI Handbook Preparation in Thailand 2 Thermal Energy Technology Chapter 1 Boilers and Steam Utilization Steam.

With the adoption of massive modernisation and assimilation of state-of-the-art technology, Indian cement plants are today the most energy-efficient and environment-friendly and are comparable to the best in the world in all respects, whether it is size of the kiln, technology, energy consumption or environment-friendliness.

The cement industry. Energy Efficiency Improvement Opportunities for the Cement Industry Ernst Worrell, Christina Galitsky and Lynn Price Environmental Energy Technologies Division January This work was supported by the Energy Foundation, the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency, and Dow Chemical Company (through a charitable. Efficiency Gains. According to PCA’s Labor-Energy Input study, labor efficiency, measured in cement tons per employee hour, has more than doubled in the past 30 years. This spike in labor efficiency is the result of industry efforts to increase efficiency by automating production and closing small kilns.

Energy efficiency in cement manufacture Manufacturing cement is highly energy-intensive. First, energy is used in the form of fuel to fire the rotary kilns to produce the cement clinker.

Second, electrical energy is used to operate various units – in particular raw material and cement grinding systems. Energy Efficiency for cement industry Energy Saving Potential According to a baseline study in 8 energy-intensive industrial sectors of Nepal energy cost of product value in limestone-based cement industries is with 48 % highest, followed by cold storage (38 %), Fixed Chimney brick kilns (31 %) and pulp and paper sector (20 %).

Studies have documented the potential to save energy by implementing commercially-available energy-efficiency technologies and measures in the cement industry worldwide. However, today, given the projected continuing increase in absolute cement production, future reductions (e.g., by or ) in absolute energy use and CO2 emissions will.

Analysis of Energy-Efficiency Opportunities for the Cement Industry in Shandong Province, China Lynn Price, Ali Hasanbeigi, Hongyou Lu China Energy Group, Energy Analysis Department Environmental Energy Technologies Division Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Wang Lan China Building Materials Academy October.

I found Structuring An Energy Technology Revolution to be a great book. Weiss and Bonvillian, lay out a very plausible and detailed roadmap towards the goal of energy independence and environmental health. In their vision, government, industry and universities collaborate to foster new energy by:   1.

"The traditional view of environmental economics is that environmental problems arise as a result of the presence of externalities". The term environmental externalities refers to the chemical and biological wastes that are created as by-products of otherwise purposeful human activities, as opposed to effects or processes that occur in the natural environment.The paper examines how energy use in the North American cement industry has changed over the past decade in trade, production and energy source trends, as well as changing regulatory structures.

The environmental impacts of these various factors are assessed in relation to the production and management of pollutants, waste and emissions.