calcined limestone

calcined limestone

[′kal‚sīnd ′līm‚stōn]
(materials)
Limestone that has been heated in a vertical-shaft kiln to drive off carbon dioxide.
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The effect of particle size of the ashes A, B and the calcined limestone on sulphation conversions at 900 [degrees]C at [SO.
Sulphation conversion of the ash is found to be higher than that of the calcined limestone having low (25-45%) reactivity (Kang et al.
The proximate and ash analyses of the paper sludge and calcined limestone (Kangwon Province, Korea) used as a reference material are shown in Table 1.
0 as in the case of calcined limestone particles (Kang et al.
5-2 times higher than that of the calcined limestone.
Proximate and ash analyses of the paper sludges and calcined limestone Proximate analysis: wt.