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Mathematical Physics By Satya Prakash In PDF File.This invention relates to improvements in the calcining of lime-containing, siliceous materials for the production of finished strong-building aggregates.
There are many reasons why it is desirable to calcine lime-containing, siliceous materials.
One important reason is that lime is useful for neutralizing calcium carbonate in the manufacture of finished high-grade building aggregates. The use of dried lime is common in the aggregate industry; however, quantities of liquid lime are sometimes required for use in special processes, and for special purposes. Thus, for example, liquid lime may be combined with silica, a siliceous material, to form an aqueous slurry which is then suitable for settling and dewatering. Thereafter, the clarified slurry is usually dried by an air-stream so as to become an aqueous powder. It is desirable to substitute, during the drying process, liquid lime for air.
There are two alternative methods of calcining liquid lime. In a first such method, the liquid lime is vaporized to become a gaseous material