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Installation of co2 absorber in cement kiln

absorption is the more mature approach. Amine-based absorption of CO2 from a cement kiln exhaust gas is considered in this study. A sketch of a typical kiln system is shown in Fig. 1. The CO2 is formed in two different processes. The first Udara S. P. R. Arachchige, Dinesh Kawan, Lars-Andr Tokheim, and Morten C. Melaaen process is the

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