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The article considers the possibility of using flotation tailings of the lead-zinc enrichment factory (LZEF) at the Almalyk mining-and-metallu...
Issue №2, 2022
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: сement, natural burnt clay, flotation tailings, cement clinker, limestone, mineral formation, mineralizers
Autor: H.L. Usmanov,, Z.R. Kadyrova, Sh.M. Niyazova.
The paper studies the influence of chemical industry wastes on mineral composition during cement raw mixes firing which contain alumosilicate componen...
Issue №3, 2020
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: cement clinker, phosphogypsum, alkaline waste, limestone, calcination, mineral formation, mineralizers, flotation tails
Autor: A. G. Nimchick, Kh. L. Usmanov, Z. R. Kadyrova .
Results of the studies of the possibility of Portland cement clinker production with carbonate concentrate (a product of complex processing of apa...
Issue №5, 2017
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: carbonate concentrate, ash and slag mixture, burning, clinker, mineral formation
Autor: V.V. Tyukavkina, Y.E. Brylyakov, B.I. Gurevich.
The article reviews the ways of decreasing the power consumption in the process of cement production. Except the cardinal area – that of conversion to...
Issue №4, 2009
Section: Science and production
Keywords: mineral formation, burning of cement, chlorine-containing materials
Autor: V.K. Klassen, E.P. Ermolenko, E.V. Tekucheva.

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