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Aug 16, 2021

Thermodynamics of Portland Cement Clinkering Theodore Hanein1, Fredrik P ... stability across the full range of kiln temperatures, including the effect of atmospheric conditions. ... (H kfors et al., 2014) have developed a more advanced thermodynamic equilibrium model for predicting the chemistry of clinker. The basis of this is a solid

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