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" ... the destructive action of the molten clinker. The cement mixture is fed in at the upper end of the kiln, while fuel (which may be either powdered coal, oil, or gas), is injected at its lower end. The kiln, which rests upon geared bearings, is slowly... "
Bulletin - United States Geological Survey - Page 54
by Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1905
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Bulletin - Geological Survey of Alabama, Issues 7-10

Geology - 1903
...fire brick, to withstand both the high temperature to which its inner surface is subjected and also the destructive action of the molten clinker. The...kiln, which rests upon geared bearings, is slowly revlolved about its axis. This revolution, in connection with the inclination at which the cylinder...
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The Materials and Manufacture of Portland Cement. By Edwin C. Eckel: The ...

Edwin Clarence Eckel, Eugene Allen Smith - Cement - 1904 - 93 pages
...fire brick, to withstand both the high temperature to which its inner surface is subjected and also the destructive action of the molten clinker. The...which rests upon geared bearings, is slowly revolved about its axis. This revolution, in connection with the inclination at which the cylinder is set, gradually...
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Municipal Engineering, Volume 26

Municipal engineering - 1904
...flre brick, to •withstand both the high temperature to which Its inner surface is subjected and also the destructive action of the molten clinker. The...fuel which may be either powdered coal, oil or gas —la Injected at its lower end. The kiln, which rests upon geared bearings, Is slowly revolved about...
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Iowa Geological Survey, Volume 15

Geology - 1905
...fire brick, to withstand both the high temperature to which its inner surface is subjected and also the destructive action of the molten clinker. The...which rests upon geared bearings, is slowly revolved about its axis. This revolution, in connection with the inclination at which the cylinder is set, gradually...
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Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...The influence of the rotary kiln on the development of Portland-cement CEMENTS, LIMES, AND PLASTERS. The cement mixture is fed in at the upper end of the...which rests upon geared bearings, is slowly revolved about its axis. This revolution, in connection with the inclination at which the cylinder is set, gradually...
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Cements, limes, and plasters: their materials, manufacture, and properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...The influence of the rotary kiln on the development of Portland-cement CEMENTS, LIMES, AND PLASTERS. The cement mixture is fed in at the upper end of the kiln, while fud (which may be either powdered coal, oil, or gas) is injected at its Iowa end. The kiln, which rests...
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The clay deposits of the Virginia coastal plain

Heinrich Ries, William Bullock Clark, Benjamin LeRoy Miller - Clay - 1906 - 184 pages
...about 6 feet in diameter and, for dry materials, 60 to 110 feet long. For wet mixtures a kiln 80 to 100 feet long, or even longer, is frequently employed....revolution, in connection with the inclination at which the clyinder is set, gradually carries the cement mixture to the lower end of the kiln. The intense heat...
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Bulletin, Issue 1, Part 1

Geology - 1909
...about 6 feet in diameter and, for dry materials, 60 to 110 feet long. For wet mixtures a kiln 80 to 100 feet long, or even longer, is frequently employed....revolution, in connection with the inclination at which the clyinder is set, gradually carries the cement mixture to the lower end of the kiln. The intense heat...
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Bulletin, Issue 4

Geology - 1913
...of this hood is left partly open and through this the clinker falls and air for combustion enters. The cement mixture is fed in at the upper end of the kiln, while fuel is supplied at the lower end. The fuel used varies in different localities and may be either powdered...
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Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1922 - 655 pages
...high temperature to which its inner surface is subjected and also the destructive action of the almost molten clinker. The cement mixture is fed in at the...which rests upon geared bearings, is slowly revolved about its axis. This revolution, in connection with the inclination * Duryee, E. The first manufacture...
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