Materiales de Construcción, Vol 45, No 239 (1995)

Influence of the joint incorporation of CaF2 and CaSO4 in the clinkerization process. Obtainment of new cements


https://doi.org/10.3989/mc.1995.v45.i239.551

María Teresa Blanco-Varela
IETCC/CSIC, Spain

A. Palomo
IETCC/CSIC, Spain

F. Puertas
IETCC/CSIC, Spain

T. Vázquez
IETCC/CSIC, Spain

Abstract


This article review the state of the art on the effect of the joint incorporation of fluorides and sulfates to the cement crudes. This incorporation may be carried out partially replacing the traditional crudes, thus obtaining a new cement produced with a considerable energy saving and with advantageous characteristics with regard to the traditional cement.
The work presents a study of equilibrium diagrams of interest and mentions some industrial experiences developed by the researchers, authors of this article.

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