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Author: Robin Spence
ISBN13: 978-0903031745
Title: Small-scale Production of Cementitious Materials
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Publisher: Practical Action Publishing (December 15, 1980)
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Small-scale Production of Cementitious Materials by Robin Spence

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Published: 1 January 1980. by Practical Action Publishing. in Small-scale Production of Cementitious Materials. Small-scale Production of Cementitious Materials pp 1-49; doi:10. Small-scale Production of Cementitious Materials. Published: 1 January 1980. Small-scale Production of Cementitious Materials; doi:10. Prelims - Small-scale Production of Cementitious Materials

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cementitious materials for the projected volumes of concrete production. For example, in 2011, . billion tons of cement were produced worldwide. silicon alloys should be avoided. It is typically produced in small volumes; world. production is approximately two million tons per annum with utilization slightly higher than 1. million tons.

or handbook on small-scale time-burning has tong been apparent. yet not easy to meet, since the written sources of information and the expert practitioners of the art are few and scattered. In undertaking to fulfill this task for ITDG, Michael Wingate has been able to draw on the support of the members of the Group’s Cementitious Materials Panel, several of whom have practical field experience. The chapter on raw materials was written by Neviiie Hilt, and the section on wood and charcoal by Jonathan Sakuia. Robin Spence Materials Panel ITDG August 1984. These industries are steelmaking. cspeciaiiy with the Basic Oxygen process, sugar production from sugar beet, large-scale paper making, the chemical industries and the manufacture of caiciuni silicate bricks. A recent devciupment which is particularly effective in hot. BACKGROUND.

A project of Volunteers in Asia. Small-Scale Production-of Cementitious Materials. Published by: Intermediate Technology Publications, Ltd. 9 King Street London WC2E 8HN United Kingdom. Paper copies are . 5 British pounds. Spence, The publication of this manual was made possible by a grant from the Overseas Development Administration whose assistance is gratefully acknowledged. 1. Introduction . The place of cement in development . Existing cement-production technology - characteristics.

Two alternative approaches to large scale factory production are considered: firstly, the manufacture of Portland cement, or material of comparable quality, in much smaller kilns, and, secondly, the upgrading of village-scale technology, based on lime and pozzolanas.