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30.06.1977

Publications

Microscopy of Cement Clinker: Picture Atlas

Verein Deutscher Zementwerke, VDZ, Ed. Microscopy of Cement Clinker: Picture Atlas. Duesseldorf: Bet.-Verl., 1977

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30.06.2019

Publications

Influences of the oxyfuel cooling medium on mineralogy and microstructure of Portland cement clinker

17th EMABM, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, May 20-23, 2019 Hrsg. Proceedings of the 17th Euroseminar on Microscopy Applied to Building Materials, Toronto (Canada), 20. to 23. May 2019

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09.01.2017

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Alite Decomposition vs. Alite Corrosion

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, EPFL, Hrsg. 16th Euroseminar on Microscopy Applied to Building Materials : EMABM 2017 (Les Diablerets 14.-17.May 2017). Lausanne: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, EPFL, 2017, S.23-26

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09.01.2015

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Evaluation of portland cement clinker with optical microscopy - case studies III

Copuroglu, Oguzhan (Hrsg): Proceedings of the 15th Euroseminar on microscopy applied to building materials (Delft 17.-19.06.2015). Delft, 2015, S.33-37

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09.01.2012

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Effects of alternative fuels and raw materials on clinker properties

International Cement Microscopy Association, ICMA (Hrsg): Proceedings of the 34th international conference on cement microscopy (Halle/Saale 01.-04.04.2012). ICMA, 2012

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09.01.2011

Publications

Evaluation of portland cement clinker with optical microscopy - case studies II

13th Euroseminar on Microscopy Applied to Building Materials (Ljubljana 14.-18.06.2011). Ljubljana: Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, 2011, 7 S.

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09.01.2009

Publications

Evaluation of portland cement clinker with optical microscopy - case studies

12th Euroseminar on Microscopy Applied to Building Materials: Full Paper (Dortmund 15.-19.09.2009). Dortmund: TU Dortmund, 2009, 10 S.

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The objective

The overall aim of the project is to develop concepts of the indirectly heated carbonate looping (IHCaL) process for CO2 capture from lime and cement plants. In the carbonator, the CO2 contained in a flue gas is absorbed by CaO, and the CaCO3 formed herby is regenerated in an indirectly heated calciner. The heat for calcination is produced by combustion of fuel with air in an external combustor and transferred to the calciner by means of heat pipes. The flue gas of the external combustor is directed to the carbonator.

Project website

The following link takes you to the ANICA project website of Technische Universitaet Darmstadt

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Sponsors

The German partners of the ANICA project are supported by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action on the basis of a decision of the German Bundestag. The project ANICA is funded through the ACT programme (Accelerating CCS Technologies, Horizon2020 Project No 294766). Financial contributions made from the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy of the United Kingdom and the Greek General Secretariat for Research and Technology.

Person to contact

Do you have questions regarding this project?

Dr Stefan Schäfer
Environment and Plant technology

+49-211-45 78-252
ubt@vdz-online.de

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