rotary kiln


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rotary kiln

[′rōd·ə·rē ′kil]
(engineering)
A long cylindrical kiln lined with refractory, inclined at a slight angle, and rotated at a slow speed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Bench-scale tests have already been completed by AVL on its pelletised vanadium rich iron concentrate and have confirmed that pelletised concentrate roasting offers a substantial advantage to the traditional rotary kiln technology currently employed by all primary vanadium producers.
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It will work on process facilities for the scheme, including a material handling hub, a rotary kiln and cooler, a combustion chamber, gas separation units, and associated offsite and utilities packages.
The firm said that process facilities on the project include material handling, a rotary kiln and cooler, combustion chamber, gas separation and associated off-site and utilities packages.
Process facilities include material handling, rotary kiln and cooler, combustion chamber, gas separation and associated offsite and utilities packages, said a statement from the Indian construction giant.
Enclosed in a circle, the design gives the illusion of looking into a rotary kiln within which Stalite's lightweight aggregate is created.
Hazardous wastes are combusted in a rotary kiln that turns at 4 to 6 revolutions per hour.
In Section 4, an industrial case study on the prediction of temperature in a rotary kiln calcining process in pellet sintering is given.