Cement dating

Today, concrete is the most widely used human-made material (measured by tonnage).

the perfect passive participle of "concrescere", from "con-" (together) and "crescere" (to grow).

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Concrete is a composite material composed of fine and coarse aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement (cement paste) that hardens over time.

Most concretes used are lime-based concretes such as Portland cement concrete or concretes made with other hydraulic cements, such as calcium aluminate cements.

Small-scale production of concrete-like materials dates to 6500 BC, pioneered by the Nabataea traders or Bedouins, who occupied and controlled a series of oases and developed a small empire in the regions of southern Syria and northern Jordan.

They discovered the advantages of hydraulic lime, with some self-cementing properties, by 700 BC.

10.30 Session 3: Cement plant pyro-process optimisation 11.30 Paper 12: ‘Calciner upgrades to burn 100% alternative fuel and petcoke,’ Tahir Abbas, Cinar Ltd 12.00 Paper 13: ‘Continuous mercury emission monitoring and the effects of plant operation and mitigation measures on mercury emissions,’ Felix Bartknecht, SICK 12.30 Speed-dating session 2: Bring plenty of business cards for this popular networking session!

13.00 Session 3: Cement plant pyro-process optimisation - continued 14.00 Paper 14: ‘Kiln Cooler: A case study from J. Lakshmi Cement, India,’ Dirk Schmidt, KIMA Echtzeitsysteme; co-author from J.

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#cemprocess Tuesday 16.00 Registration opens 18.00-20.00: Welcome Reception in the Exhibition area Wednesday 08.00 Registration opens 09.00 Conference welcome, Robert Mc Caffrey, conference convenor Session 1: Current and future state-of-the-art in process optimisation 09.15 Paper 1: ‘Building the roadmap for Industry 4.0 – a case from the cement industry,’ Fabio Barros de Carvalho, Accenture; Vicente de Paula Amancio, Accenture; Gabriel Boranga Iera, Votorantim Cimentos 09.45 Paper 2: 'Optimising processes to reduce energy costs and increase yield: Managing knowledge to improve decisions,’ Marie O’Grady-Hills, ABB Switzerland Ltd 10.15 Meet the delegates session 1: Delegates have the opportunity to introduce themselves to the audience 10.45 11.30 Paper 3: ‘Data and model-driven optimisation of calciners and preheaters,’ Matthias Mersmann, aixergee Gmb H Session 2: Cement plant process optimisation 12.00 Paper 4: 'Emission control and de-bottlenecking: Start in the quarry!

Join us for a 'magical mystery tour' around London on a pair of classic red London buses Tuesday 25 April 2017 08.00 Registration opens Session 3 continued: Cement plant pyro-process optimisation 08.30 Paper 12: ‘Cement production process optimisation by using a fifth generation clinker cooler,’ Ulrich Mrowald, Claudius Peters Projects Gmb H 09.00 Paper 13: ‘Successful application of model-based predictive control improving productivity and thermal efficiency of high temperature clinker process,’ Menno Eisenga, GS, a.s.

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