Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 10
Page No. 653 - 657

Decrease in Heatlosse of Rotating Burning Units (Aggregates)

Authors : Mikhail A. Fedorenko, Julia A. Bondarenko, Rashid R. Sharapov, Olga V. Markova, Denis A. Pogonin and Nickolay S. Pershin

Abstract: Research of problems and reasons of operability of the rotating oven unit loss. The factors influencing the equipment downtimes under repair. The analysis of the aspects influencing the increase of reliability and decrease in power consumption of the rotating burning furnaces. The analysis of influence of the reasons of additional fuel consumption and the electric power on roasting of raw materials and on the reasons causing overexpenditure of energy resources. Research of reasons of installation works’ inaccurancy at installation of the furnace and at temperature influences on reliability of the furnace operation and at loss of knots’ operability and units during the operation. Constructive and technological actions for reduction of energy carriers’ expence and for increase of work reliability. On the basis of the researches conducted on a number of the enterprises of cement production, it is established that at operation of the burning furnaces, there is a decrease in technical and economic indicators. One of the main reasons for it is unplanned stands for repair. It is established that change in form of bandages and rollers leads to additional vibrations of the case and as a result to lining loss. By researches of furnaces it is established that furnaces were developed without operation in certain climatic conditions, therefore there are violations of technological processes involving burnout of the furnace, clinker temperature increase at the exit and destruction of refrigerators.

How to cite this article:

Mikhail A. Fedorenko, Julia A. Bondarenko, Rashid R. Sharapov, Olga V. Markova, Denis A. Pogonin and Nickolay S. Pershin, 2015. Decrease in Heatlosse of Rotating Burning Units (Aggregates). Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 10: 653-657.

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