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" In dealing with a wet mixture, which may carry anywhere from 30 to 70 per cent of water, the results are more variable, though always worse than with dry materials. In working a 60-foot kiln on a wet material, the... "
Congressional Serial Set - Page 55
1904
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Experiments on Schistosity and Slaty Cleavage

George Ferdinand Becker - Schistosity - 1904 - 34 pages
...wet mixture, which may carry anywhere from 30 to 70 per cent of water, the results are more variable, though always worse than with dry materials. In working...heat, will of course improve these figures materially. WhiMi the heavy Western oils are used for kiln fuel, it may he estimated that 1 gallon of oil is equivalent...
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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
...material, the output may range from 80 to 120 barrels per day, with a fuel consumption of from 150 to 230 pounds per barrel. Using a longer kiln, partly drying...heavy Western oils are used for kiln fuel, it may be considered that one gallon of oil is equivalent in the kiln to about ten pounds of coal. The fuel...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 243

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1905
...wet mixture, which may carry anywhere from 30 to 70 per cent of water, the results are more variable, though always worse than with dry materials. In working...heavy Western oils are used for kiln fuel, it may be estimated that 1 gallon of oil is equivalent in the kiln to about 10 pounds of coal. The fuel consumption,...
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Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...wet mixture, which may carry anywhere from 30 to 70 per cent of water, the results are more variable, though always worse than with dry materials. In working a 60-foot kiln on a wet material, the output may range from 80 to 140 barrels per day, with a fuel consumption of from 150 to 230 Ibs. per...
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Iowa Geological Survey, Volume 15

Geology - 1905
...barrel. Using a longer kiln, partly dryIne mixture, and utilizing waste heat, will of course improve figures materially. When the heavy Western oils are used for kiln fuel, it may be considered that one gallon of oil is equivalent in the kiln to about ten pounds of coal. The fuel...
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Cements, limes, and plasters: their materials, manufacture, and properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...a fuel consumption of from 150 to 230 Ibs. per barrel. Using a longer kiln, partly drying the mix, and utilizing waste heat will, of course, improve these figures materially. When oil is used for kiln fuel, it may be considered that one gallon of oil is equivalent in the kiln to...
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The clay deposits of the Virginia coastal plain

Heinrich Ries, William Bullock Clark, Benjamin LeRoy Miller - Clay - 1906 - 184 pages
...mixture, which may carry anywhere from 30 to 70 per cent, of water, the results are more variable, though always worse than with dry materials. In working...heat, will of course improve these figures materially. The fuel most commonly used in modern rotary kiln practice is bituminous coal, pulverized very finely....
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Iowa Geological Survey, Volume 17

Geology - 1907
...material, the output may range from 80 to 140 barrels per day, with a fuel consumption of from 150 to 230 pounds per barrel. Using a longer kiln, partly drying...heavy Western oils are used for kiln fuel, it may be considered that one gallon of oil is equivalent in the kiln to about ten pounds of coal. The fuel...
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Bulletin, Issue 1, Part 1

Geology - 1909
...mixture, which may carry anywhere from 30 to 70 per cent. of water, the results are more variable, though always worse than with dry materials. In working...heat, will of course improve these figures materially. The fuel most commonly used in modern rotary kiln practice is bituminous coal, pulverized very finely....
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