calcine

(redirected from Calciner)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to Calciner: calcining furnace

cal·cine

(kal'sēn),
To expel water and volatile matter by heat.

calcine

(kăl′sĭn)
1. To expel water and volatile materials by heating to a high temperature.
2. A powder produced by roasting.
References in periodicals archive ?
Fuad has demonstrated a successful path in Alba with his results-driven approach and excellence, and I am confident that he will lead calciner and marine successfully.
The coal feed rate to calciner, on an average, was 10.
Unfortunately, in the application shown in Figure 1, because of limitations in the vertical height available between the overflow weir in the side of the calciner and the lime cooler the solids transfer system as designed could not operate as a stable L-valve because (a) the vertical leg was shorter than the horizontal leg, (b) the aeration point was not positioned above the centre line of the horizontal pipe (c) the discharge end of the horizontal leg was higher than the level of the fluidized bed in the cooler and (d) the valve diameter (200 mm) was so large that the minimum controllable solids flow rate was almost seven times the design production rate.
In April 1998, The Consent Order dictated that the Calciner could not operate beyond April 30, 1999 unless fully permitted.
In May 1999, the first preliminary test burns were conducted with dry wood chips and shavings fed directly into the calciner at the plant.
The ammoniated brine leaving the absorber at 20o to 25oC is pumped to two carbonating towers in series, in which it first meets lean Carbondioxide gases from the kiln and then rich Carbondioxide from the bicarbonate calciner.
which is converting the fuel source for a calciner at its Green River, Wyoming soda ash plant from natural gas to a local sub-bituminous coal.
This calcium-looping process (cal) is the basis of a proven pilot-scale technology for co2 capture, Which is accomplished by carbonation of cao and its regeneration in a calciner reactor operated under high co2 partial pressure and high temperature.
The crushed ore is sent to a calciner and heated to 165[degrees]C, then dissolved in hot water and clarified to remove insoluble materials such as shale.
Howev-er, the company also has wet scrubbers for SO2 removal at its calciner plant, numerous dust collectors around the Alba facility but mainly at carbon departments and waste heat recovery at power plants and the calciner.
The company partnered with shredding company Untha to build the Solid Recovered Fuel plant that will turn rubber waste into a fossil fuel substitute to then power Holcim's cement kiln calciner.
In 2004, he was promoted to a superintendent at the calciner and marine department and then ultimately manager of the department.