Analysis of CO2 Emissions of the Cement Production Applying Wastes
The finite nature of global fossil fuel resources, high prices and most importantly, their damaging effect on the environment underscore the need to develop alternative for industrial systems used in the cement production process. The cement industry is an energy intensive industry and emits high quantity of carbon dioxide, so the use of the alternative fuels and other additives in cement production can help resolve air pollution problems associated with the use of conventional fuels. This paper proposed to analyze two alternative fuels: scrap tires and waste oil. The study focused to develop an environmental performance of these alternative fuels in clinker production based on two Case Studies. As well, emphasis was given for the reduction of CO2 emission when applying slag with clinker to produce cement.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2014
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