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Cement and its effect to the environment: A case study in ...

2009-4-27  cement production process and its effect on environment. The aim of the research study is to identify the cement production process and its impact to the environment. A case study research approach has been adopted, since this better facilitates to study real life context in depth. The case study was conducted at the Puttalam Cement Company Ltd. Unstructured interviews were

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Cement and its effect to the environment: A case

This study scrutinizes the environmental impact due to cement production process in Srilanka. A case study of Puttalam Cement Company Ltd, (the only cement production facility that encompasses the entire production process) revealed that the production adopted the

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Cement and its effect to the environment : A case

Cement is an extensively used material in Srilanka. In Srilanka, the demand for cement is high both in building and infrastructure development. However, the environmental impact of cement production process starting from preproduction stages is significant. This study scrutinizes the environmental impact due to cement production process in Srilanka. A case study of Puttalam Cement Company Ltd ...

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Environmental impact of cement production: detail of

2010-3-1  Finally, a normalisation, using Western Europe yearly emissions is performed and permits to highlight among all the CML01 indicators which ones are the main impacts for the cement production. Abiotic depletion, global warming, acidification and marine ecotoxicity are the four identified impacts.

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AN INITIAL VIEW ON METHODOLOGIES FOR EMISSION

2021-4-25  CEMENT CASE STUDY 1 Executive summary Cement is produced in more than 80 countries. Its manufacture is very energy intensive and results in significant energy-related and process emissions of greenhouse gases, mainlyCO2. There are a number of ways in which the greenhouse gas “intensity” of cement could be reduced. Thus, cement manufacture could

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CO2 uptake potential due to concrete carbonation: A

2017-6-1  The cement manufacturing process accounts for about 5% CO 2 (carbon dioxide) released into the atmosphere. However, during its life cycle, concrete may capture CO 2 through carbonation, in order to, partially, offset the impact of its production.

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Usage of supplementary cementitious materials:

2020-6-29  Unfortunately, production of cement clinker is not neutral for environment as it consumes large amount of energy and natural resources and causes emission of CO 2 which is estimated as 5–8% of the annual worldwide CO 2 emissions from anthropogenic sources [3,4,5,6,7] (about 842 kg CO 2 per tonne of clinker [3, 8], 600–700 kg CO 2 per tonne of cement ).

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A study of the carbonation profile of cement pastes

2013-12-11  The literature reports a 9 % CO 2 capture capacity using 16 % binder at 2 h of carbonation [ 1 ], and at the same time, 16 % capture is possible when the ambient is only CO 2 [ 2 ]. The carbonation presents an environmental feasibility of CO 2 sequestration when using cementitious materials.

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The Devastating Effects of Environmental Degradation - A ...

2010-11-10  Human activities and the environment are inter-related. This is because any activity of man is done in the environment and the resultant effect is either positive or negative to man. Human activities are diverse. According to Uchegbu (1998), negative effects or man arise from these economic and domestic activities.

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Carbon Dioxide and Global Warming Case Study

2019-3-20  consequences and solutions. The purpose of this case study is to help you connect what you already know about global warming and climate change with the knowledge scientists have about the way that global warming and climate change affect the Earth. As you work through the case study, answer the questions and complete the global warming issue analysis worksheet.

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2012: Lafarge Cement, sustainable consumption -

2021-4-21  2012: Lafarge Cement, sustainable consumption - Case Study. ... their customers and the environment. • Increase Lafarge Cement’s Sustainability image. ... The combined effect of these approaches has meant that over 0.8Mt of CO2 has been saved between 2007 and 2011, which means on average over 160,000tonnes of CO2 each year has been saved ...

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Parametric Studies of Cement Production Processes

The cement industry is one of the most intensive energy consumers in the industrial sectors. The energy consumption represents 40% to 60% of production cost. Additionally, the cement industry contributes around 5% to 8% of all man-made CO 2 emissions. Physiochemical and thermochemical reactions involved in cement kilns are still not well understood because of their complexity.

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Transforming the Cement Industry into a Key

The Xinfeng Cement Industrial Park in China, which has a production capacity of 5 million tonnes per annum (Mt/a) of clinker, was chosen as a case study. Our methodology involved proposing technologies to develop an efficient cement plant-centered urban ecosystem; evaluating its environmental and economic performance; identifying barriers in ...

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Transforming the Cement Industry into a Key

The Xinfeng Cement Industrial Park in China, which has a production capacity of 5 million tonnes per annum (Mt/a) of clinker, was chosen as a case study. Our methodology involved proposing technologies to develop an efficient cement plant‐centered urban ecosystem; evaluating its environmental and economic performance; identifying barriers in ...

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Ultractech Cement Case Study - 1102 Words Internet ...

Ultractech Cement Case Study. 1102 Words 5 Pages. ... A careful and thorough study of the different factors enable the company to withstand to the changing situations of the environment and suggests suitable strategies to the company. ... To find the effect of advertisement by UltraTech cement at retailers and wholesalers ends.

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Cement production optimization modeling: A case study

2015-9-22  Cement production optimization modeling: A case study BUA plant Joseph Sunday Oyepata* and Otunuya Obodeh Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria. Received 24 March, 2015; Accepted 6 June, 2015

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KPMG True Value Case Study

2016-12-11  company’s effects on society and the environment, and secondly to maximize future profitability. In line with KPMG’s True Value methodology, Ambuja went through three steps: “Ambuja Cement is proud to be the first company to estimate its True Value.” Ajay Kapur, CEO Ambuja KPMG True Value Case Study HOLCIM/AMBUJA CEMENT LTD. 1.

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Assessment of Particulate Matter (PM) Emitted by

Assessment of Particulate Matter (PM) Emitted by Cement Industry: A Case Study in Shahroud. Z. Mousavi , S.M. Zarandi , S.A. Jozi and N. Khorasani. ABSTRACT. Cement industry is flourishing in Iran due to the rapid population growth, the change in living style and the availability of

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CEMEX Case Analysis : Cement Industry - 700 Words

CEMEX Case Analysis : Cement Industry. 700 Words3 Pages. IBTISAAMA YAHAYA AHMED. Cement industry is one of the most attractive industries now as concrete is the second most consumed product in the world. The cement industry is however characterized by their pricing system (basing point system), its cartel nature and its entry restrictions. The ...

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HPHT Gas Well Cementing Complications and its

2012-3-28  Simultaneous cement channeling and casing eccentricity is the worst case scenario in casing collapse resistance. This study gives a better understanding of casing collapse failure in HPHT gas wells and helps improve cement and casing design to maintain wellbore integrity that can be expected to last for the life of the well.

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2012: Lafarge Cement, sustainable consumption -

2021-4-21  2012: Lafarge Cement, sustainable consumption - Case Study. ... their customers and the environment. • Increase Lafarge Cement’s Sustainability image. ... The combined effect of these approaches has meant that over 0.8Mt of CO2 has been saved between 2007 and 2011, which means on average over 160,000tonnes of CO2 each year has been saved ...

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Sustainable Waste Management: A Case Study of Cement

2014-10-27  Fig 1.1: The "three pillars" of sustainability bounded by the environment [2]. Fig 1.2: Waste Management Hierarchy [3]. India, is the second amongst cement producers in the world with a total capacity of 245.40 Million Tonnes (MT) as on 31st March 2011, has a huge cement industry and produces about 7% of world’s total production.

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Case Study: Determine Cement Condition Before

Case Study: Determine Cement Condition Before Casing Retrieval: ... Conducting an efficient cut-and-pull operation required thorough understanding of the completion environment to determine the force needed to recover the casing, especially if "barite sag" had occurred. ... This settled drilling fluid effect essentially cements the pipe in place.

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Partial Replacement of Cement with Glass Bottle

2020-10-2  The objective was to investigate partial replacement of single and mixed coloured waste glass bottle powder for cement in concrete technology. Ordinary Portland cement in concrete mix was replaced with bottle glass waste powder of 30%, 50% and 70% respectively during mixing. A mix design ratio of 1:2:4 with water-to-cement ratio of 0.6 and design strength of 20MPa was used.

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KPMG True Value Case Study HOLCIM/AMBUJA CEMENT

2021-6-5  company’s effects on society and the environment, and secondly to maximize future profitability. In line with KPMG’s True Value methodology, Ambuja went through three steps: “Ambuja Cement is proud to be the first company to estimate its True Value.” Ajay Kapur, CEO Ambuja KPMG True Value Case Study HOLCIM/AMBUJA CEMENT LTD. 1.

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A Risk Assessment Study on Occupational Hazards in

2017-12-15  3. Cement Grinding Unit: Total Dust or Suspended Particulate Matter. All precautions would be taken to avoid foreseeable accident like spillage, fire and explosion hazards and to minimize the effect of any such accident and to combat the emergency at site level in case of emergency. Some of the preventive safety

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The sponge effect and carbon emission mitigation ...

2020-7-29  To understand the role of the sponge effect along the cement cycle in future CO 2 emissions mitigation, in this study, we develop a multilayer dynamic material flow analysis (MFA) model that ...

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Empirical Analysis of the Compressive Strengths of ...

The study can serve as a baseline data for engineers and architects to conduct a more in-depth study on composite materials. The potential of the study, if given due attention, is huge in terms of its impact on the current state of building and construction in the country. If proven feasible for a bigger market, manufacturers can

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TOTAL REWARD

The study was guided by the following specific objectives: to determine the effect of compensation on employee engagement, to establish the impact of benefits on employee engagement, to investigate whether personal and professional development influences employee engagement and finally to determine the effect of work environment on employee ...

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Kerala flood case study - Internet Geography

Kerala received over two and a half times more rainfall over the average for August. Between August 1 and 19, the state received 758.6 mm of rainfall, compared to the average of 287.6 mm, or 164% more. This was 42% more than during the entire monsoon season. The unprecedented rainfall was caused by a spell of low pressure over the region.

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