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08 Dec, 2020

Restoration of Coker Structures - STRUCTURAL TECHNOLOGIES

Coker structure is a heavy industrial reinforced concrete construction in a refinery that supports a delayed coking unit, consisting of multiple coke drums, on an elevated platform. The process temperatures inside a coke drum can reach up to 480 C (900 F) and thus subject the supporting concrete structure to extreme thermal gradients.

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08 Dec, 2020

(PDF) Self-cementitious properties of fly ashes from CFBC ...

Cement and Concrete Research 37 (2007) 871 – 876 Self-cementitious properties of fly ashes from CFBC boilers co-firing coal and high-sulphur petroleum coke Guanghong Sheng, Qin Li, Jianping Zhai ⁎, Feihu Li State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, School of the Environment, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, PR China Received 6 August 2006; accepted 26 March 2007 ...

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08 Dec, 2020

Monolithic Dome Petroleum Coke Storages | Monolithic Dome ...

Jun 05, 2014· Petroleum coke, often called "petcoke," is a byproduct of oil refineries. Monolithic Dome Petroleum Coke Storages are the best solution to the problem of storing petcoke out in the open in massive dust-pollution generating piles that is swiftly becoming an unacceptable solution to the American public. Read more in David B. South's latest President's Sphere.

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08 Dec, 2020

Recycling petroleum coke in blended cement mortar to ...

This work introduces a new way to use low-cost petroleum (pet) coke as lightweight aggregate in cement mortars to make sound barriers. The feasibility of adding pet coke in cement matrix was investigated: an in-depth characterization of as-received coke and the new lightweight mortar was made.

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08 Dec, 2020

Stallion Energy Pvt. Ltd.

STALLION ENERGY PVT. LTD. as a manufacturer, supplier, importer, exporter & processor has made foray in high growth sector like Coal, Coke, Carbon and Petroleum products in India. STALLION ENERGY PVT. LTD. is a leading supplier of Coal, Coke and Carbon to medium and heavy industries. We supply Low Ash Metallurgical Coke, Petroleum Coke, South African Steam Coal, Indonesian Steam …

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08 Dec, 2020

Effect of Solid Waste-Petroleum Coke Residue on the ...

the petroleum coke residue with fly ash and blast furnace slag to replace the cement in the concrete, were both studied and discussed. The obtained results have great importance in using the desulfurization petroleum coke residue to replace the cement in general project construction. Materials 2019, 12, x FOR PEER REVIEW 2 of 18

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08 Dec, 2020

Mark Ketchum's Concrete Shell Photo Gallery

Petroleum Coke Bulk Storage Pittsburg, California Designed by OPAC Consulting Engineers, 1997. Built by Dome Systems, Inc. Outside view Three 180 ft diameter hemispheres: Los Angeles Export Terminal Petroleum Coke Bulk Storage Terminal Island, Los Angeles, California Designed by OPAC Consulting Engineers, 1999. Built by Dome Systems, Inc.

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08 Dec, 2020

prices of petroleum coke for cement plants

The major user of high-sulfur Petroleum coke are cement plant and power ... Go to Product Center. petroleum coke concrete - china chancadora, ..., petroleum coke concrete... » Learn More ... petroleum coke calcining processing machineused concrete batching plants for sale. Go to Product Center. PETROLEUM COKE, PETROLEUM COKE .

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08 Dec, 2020

CEMBUREAU - Built in Concrete

By 2050, the cement sector aims to achieve carbon neutrality along our full value chain – clinker, cement, concrete, construction, and (re)carbonation – otherwise known as our 5C approach. This can be done through a combination of industrial and political action. Read our full 2050 Roadmap to learn more.

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08 Dec, 2020

Fly ash - Wikipedia

Fly ash or flue ash, also known as pulverised fuel ash in the United Kingdom, or coal combustion residuals (CCRs), is a coal combustion product that is composed of the particulates (fine particles of burned fuel) that are driven out of coal-fired boilers together with the flue gases.Ash that falls to the bottom of the boiler's combustion chamber (commonly called a firebox) is called bottom ash.

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08 Dec, 2020

Adsorptive and Optical Properties of Fly Ash from Coal and ...

Mar 18, 2000· Eight commercial fly ash samples including two from petroleum coke/coal co-firing were characterized to determine the origin, structure, and properties of the unburned carbon. Because of its relevance to ash utilization, the characterization included measurements of adsorptivity toward concrete surfactants, and its dependence on carbon form, particle size, and contact time.

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08 Dec, 2020

(PDF) Fly ashes from coal and petroleum coke combustion ...

Chen, J. & Lu, X. (2007) Progress of petroleum coke combusting in cir- culating fluidized bed boilers-A review and future perspectives. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 49, 203–216.

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08 Dec, 2020

Petroleum coke utilization for cement kiln firing

Pulverized delayed petroleum coke imported from the USA is the prime energy source for both 5000 MTPD modern dry process clinker lines operating in the Nesher Israel Cement Enterprises' Ramla plant.

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08 Dec, 2020

Desulfurization of petroleum coke: a review | Industrial ...

Enhancement of petroleum coke thermal reactivity using Oxy‐cracking technique. The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 2019, 97 (11), ... Laszlo J. Csetenyi. Influence of modern coal-fired power technologies on fly ash properties and its use in concrete. Advances in Cement Research 2019, 31 (10), ...

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08 Dec, 2020

Cement - Wikipedia

Most cement kilns today use coal and petroleum coke as primary fuels, and to a lesser extent natural gas and fuel oil. Selected waste and by-products with recoverable calorific value can be used as fuels in a cement kiln (referred to as co-processing ), replacing a portion of conventional fossil fuels, like coal, if they meet strict specifications.

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08 Dec, 2020

DEEP DECARBONIZATION ROADMAP FOR THE CEMENT …

coal and petroleum coke, and 1,340 gigawatt hours (GWh) of electricity in 2015. The 900 kt of coal and petroleum coke is the equivalent of 7,500 railcars full of these fossil fuels. The 1,340 GWh of electricity use is equal to the average monthly electricity consumption of around 2.3 million California s.

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08 Dec, 2020

Concrete vs Cement: Understanding the Fundamentals

Jan 17, 2019· Because of the high temperature required in the kiln, coal, natural gas, fuel oil, and petroleum coke are often used for firings. However, with pushes toward more sustainable manufacturing, plant operators are more frequently adding recycled materials to their fuel such as landfill overflow, slaughterhouse waste, plastics, and more.

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08 Dec, 2020

Restoration of Coker Structures - STRUCTURAL …

Coker structure is a heavy industrial reinforced concrete construction in a refinery that supports a delayed coking unit, consisting of multiple coke drums, on an elevated platform. The process temperatures inside a coke drum can reach up to 480 C (900 F) and thus subject the supporting concrete structure to extreme thermal gradients.

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08 Dec, 2020

Cement Plants: Coke

Calcined petroleum coke, produced in a rotary kiln, is used to make anodes for electrochemical furnaces in the aluminium, titanium and steel industries. The normal "green" coke is used as a fuel, where it can be more convenient to use than fuel oil because its properties are sufficiently similar to those of coal that coal/petcoke mixtures can ...

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08 Dec, 2020

CO2 Emissions Profile of the U.S. Cement Industry

2 Cement production also is a key source of CO2 emissions, due in part to the significant reliance on coal and petroleum coke to fuel the kilns for clinker production. Globally, CO2 emissions from cement production were estimated at 829 MMTCO2 in 2000 7, approximately 3.4% of global CO 2

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08 Dec, 2020

UTILIZATION OF CALCINED PETROLEUM COKE AS PARTIAL ...

Calcined Petroleum Coke, as used in large electrical generating plants, is known for its electrical conducting properties that may contribute to the increase in the electrical conduction of conventional concrete if to be introduced as an

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08 Dec, 2020

Recycling petroleum coke in blended cement mortar to ...

Nov 01, 2012· This work introduces a new way to use low-cost petroleum (pet) coke as lightweight aggregate in cement mortars to make sound barriers. The feasibility of adding pet coke in cement matrix was investigated: an in-depth characterization of as-received coke …

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08 Dec, 2020

Petroleum Coke Storage Silo | Petcoke Storage System ...

Petroleum coke has over 90 percent carbon and emits 5 to 10 percent more carbon dioxide (CO2) than coal on a per-unit-of-energy basis when burning. As petcoke has a higher burning combustion, petcoke emits between 30 and 80 percent more CO2 than coal per unit of weight. ... AGICO steel silo system for petcoke storage consists of a concrete slip ...

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08 Dec, 2020

Angle of Material Recommended Material Density Repose ...

Coke, petroleum calcined 35-45 30-44° 3 20 . Coke, breeze, ¼ inch 25-35 30-44° 3 20-22 . and under . Compost 30-50 0° 4 . ... Material Density Repose Group Max. Inclination . Concrete, cinder 90-100 0° 4 12-30 . Concrete, gravel & sand 150 0° 3 *Copper ore 120 – 150 30-44° 3 20 . Copper sulfate 75 – 85 31° 3 17 . Copra, lumpy 22 20 ...

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08 Dec, 2020

EFFECT OF PETROLEUM COKE ON CERTAIN PARAFFINIC-WAXY ...

The investigation was performed to evaluate the effect of using petroleum coke (with different percentages and degrees of fineness) as an additive to paraffinic-waxy asphalt cement (AC 60/70) produced in Alexandria, Egypt, refineries. Also reported are its physical properties and the engineering properties of its asphalt concrete mixtures.

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