Measurement of Air Supply to Rotary Kiln

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Measurement of Air Supply to Rotary Kiln

The Structural Engineer
Measurement of Air Supply to Rotary Kiln
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AS is the case with all furnaces a rotary kiln requires a certain amount of air for combustion of the fuel, enough air being admitted to the furnace to afford complete combustion, otherwise we get in the flue gases unburnt carbon which is wasted. Francis Lindstead

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