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Using exhaust heat of the cement plant to generate electricity

Aug 31, 2021

generate steam using the waste heat exhausted from the cement plant, and the steam will be fed to the steam turbine generator to generate electricity at output rate of 8,900kW. Out of 8,900kW, the operation of the WHR system itself consumes power at rated capacity of

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