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Summer Training Report Aditya Birla Cement Plant

Summer Training Report Aditya Birla Cement Plant

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Published by Jatin Pannu
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This report covers the experience, which I got in "SUMMER TRAINING" Firstly I was introduced in the Cement Mill & Packing Plant section. In operation of cement mill the clinker first come from the clinker storage piles to the clinker hopper through the deep bucket conveyor. Then transferred to the polycom, where it crushes and then fed to cement mill for further grinding and mixing. There is also a recirculation system, which again feed the coarse material to the polycom. The very fine
ABSTRACT
This report covers the experience, which I got in "SUMMER TRAINING" Firstly I was introduced in the Cement Mill & Packing Plant section. In operation of cement mill the clinker first come from the clinker storage piles to the clinker hopper through the deep bucket conveyor. Then transferred to the polycom, where it crushes and then fed to cement mill for further grinding and mixing. There is also a recirculation system, which again feed the coarse material to the polycom. The very fine

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After intermediate storage and pre-homogenisation, the raw materials are dried
and ground together in defined and well-controlled proportions in a raw mill to
produce a raw meal for the dry (and semi-dry) process. In the wet (and semi-wet)
process, the raw materials are slurried and ground with addition of sufficient
water to produce a raw slurry.

Depending on the technological process applied, additional steps may be
required such as preparing raw meal “pellets” from dry meal (semi-dry process)
or “filter cake” by dewatering of the slurry in filter presses (semi-wet process).

The resulting intermediate product – i.e. raw meal or raw slurry (or their
derivatives) – is stored and further homogenised in raw meal silos, storage bins or
slurry basins to achieve and maintain the required uniform chemical composition
before entering the kiln system.

As a rule of thumb, approximately 1.5 – 1.6 tons of (dry) raw materials are
required to produce one ton of the burnt product clinker. More detailed figures on
raw

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