Cement is typically made from limestone, and coal is used as a primary fuel. These raw materials are extracted from the quarry, crushed to smaller size and further pulverized to a very fine powder and then blended in the correct proportions.
This blended raw material is called the ‘Raw Feed’ or ‘Kiln Feed’ and is heated in a rotary kiln where it reaches a temperature of about 1400 C to 1500 C. The raw feed enters the kiln at the cool end and gradually passes down to the hot end, then falls out of the kiln and cools down.
The output is called clinker, which is again pulverized (with other additives) to make cement.
In 2010, the world production of hydraulic cement was 3,300 million tonnes. The top three producers were China with 1,800, India with 220, and USA with 63.5 million tonnes for a combined total of over half the world total.
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