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9Feb 1078
Method and system for multi-stage calcining of gypsum to ...

A method and system for calcining gypsum to recover gypsum in a form consisting essentially of calcium sulfate anhydrite is disclosed. The method includes the steps of feeding the ground gypsum material into a first kettle and heating the ground gypsum in the first kettle …

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6Feb 1864
Calcination

During the calcination of limestone, it follows a decomposition chemical reaction. CaCO 3 → CaO + CO 2 (g) We can take the standard Gibbs free energy. Calcination of Gypsum. Gypsum or Calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSo 4.2H 2 O) is a mineral of calcium that is mined in various parts of the world. It is also formed as a by-product of flue gas ...

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28Feb 662
EMISSION FACTOR DOCUMENTATION FOR AP-42 …

Calcination occurs at approximately 120° to 150°C (250° to 300°F) and 0.908 megagrams (Mg) (1 ton) of gypsum calcines to about 0.77 Mg (0.85 ton) of stucco. In kettle calciners, the gypsum is indirectly heated by hot combustion gas passed through flues in the kettle, and the stucco product is discharged into a "hot pit" located below the ...

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16Feb 1944
ASTM International

Consequently, author Richard Kuntze writes, "gypsum refers to practical considerations and calcium sulfate dihydrate to chemical or physical processes." ... or calcination, in various kettle and kiln production methods. In 7.3.2, the text considers foam configuration as produced by foaming agents, which can make the board less brittle ...

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25Feb 1133
The α

The α- and β-Forms of Calcium Sulphate Hemihydrate. Powell, D. A. Abstract. Kelley, Southard and Anderson 1 have shown that the thermodynamic properties of calcium sulphate hemihydrate depend on whether the hemihydrate is produced from gypsum calcined in a steam-saturated atmosphere (α-hemihydrate), or under conditions where the partial ...

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10Feb 732
DEPTH OF CALCINATION MEASUREMENT

O) at about 100°C (212°F.) and then anhydrous calcium sulfate (CaSO 4 + 1.5H 2 O) at about 180°C (356°F.).5 Significant mass loss and a corresponding decrease in density occur within the calcined portion of the GWB during the calcination process. 6 (This loss of mass and density was re-confirmed in the laboratory bench testing conducted

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26Feb 946
Patents Assigned to USG Corporation

 · Abstract: A method and system for calcining gypsum to recover gypsum in a form consisting essentially of calcium sulfate anhydrite is disclosed. The method includes the steps of feeding the ground gypsum material into a first kettle and heating the ground gypsum in the first kettle to the first predetermined temperature.

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8Feb 807
Influence of the calcination temperature of phosphogypsum ...

 · The calcination temperature of 350 °C was shown to be only adequate for cements with lower calcium sulfate content. In mixtures with 20% calcium sulfate the compressive strength was low and related to the intense formation of secondary gypsum. In this study, the unavailability of calcium sulfate was preferable to high availability.

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10Feb 802
(PDF) Calcium sulphate

Calcium sulfate [7778-18-9], CaSO4, has several forms, i.e. calcium sulfate dihydrate (commercially known as gypsum), calcium sulfate anhydrous (anhydrite), calcium sulfate hemihydrate, present in ...

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12Feb 995
Mercury Release from FGD

Calcination changes the form of calcium sulfate from calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO 4·2H 2O) or gypsum to calcium sulfate hemihydrate (CaSO 4·½H 2O), also known as calcined gypsum, plaster of Paris, or stucco. The β-hemihydrate is primarily present in wallboard gypsum.1,2 Heating to temperatures ranging from 109° to 130°C will release

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3Feb 655
Calcining calcium sulphate dihydrate

We claim: 1. Apparatus for calcining calcium sulfate dihydrate (gypsum) comprising an open-topped, closed-bottom, calcination vessel adapted to contain a mass of calcining gypsum having a lid thereon to close said vessel; a combustion chamber located beneath the closed bottom of said vessel and a heat source means in said combustion chamber to supply heat to the exterior of said vessel; inlet ...

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9Feb 877
The α

Kelley, Southard and Anderson1 have shown that the thermodynamic properties of calcium sulphate hemihydrate depend on whether the hemihydrate is produced from gypsum calcined in a …

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16Feb 1209
US4113836A

Continuous calcination of gypsum is provided by uniformly feeding uncalcined gypsum into the calcining batch in a kettle to a location below the surface but above the uppermost agitator, and allowing calcined gypsum to be discharged from the kettle through a discharge outlet in the wall of the kettle at the top surface of the calcining gypsum.

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2Feb 778
Continuous gypsum calcination process and kettle therefor ...

The process of calcining gypsum which comprises heating a mass of finely ground gypsum in a kettle to a temperature sufficient to convert said gypsum to calcium sulfate hemihydrate, maintaining a substantially continuous supply of gypsum being fed to said kettle, allowing a substantially continuous flow of calcined gypsum at the top of said ...

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14Feb 915
KGS--Gypsum in Kansas--Uses and Summary

 · Calcining in gypsum kettles is a batch process. Ground gypsum is charged into the top of the kettle when it is at a temperature of 110° C. (230° F.). The temperature is then raised slowly until it reaches about 120° C. (250° F.), at which point the gypsum seems to boil, owing to the steam being emitted from the hydrated calcium sulfate.

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10Feb 1779
EMISSION FACTOR DOCUMENTATION FOR AP-42 …

 · Calcination occurs at approximately 120° to 150°C (250° to 300°F) and 0.908 megagrams (Mg) (1 ton) of gypsum calcines to about 0.77 Mg (0.85 ton) of stucco. In kettle calciners, the gypsum is indirectly heated by hot combustion gas passed through flues in the kettle, and the stucco product is discharged into a "hot pit" located below the ...

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6Feb 1979
Calcium Sulfate

K. Ishikawa, in Comprehensive Biomaterials, 2011 1.116.2 Calcium Sulfate 1.116.2.1 History of Calcium Sulfate. Calcium sulfate has the longest history not only for its industrial use but also for its clinical use. The oldest use of calcium sulfate may have been for the hard-setting bandage. 16,17 Later in 1814, Hendrksz used calcium sulfate in the treatment of bone fractures. 16–18 Till date ...

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5Feb 1206
Thermal decomposition of calcium sulfate

Desulfurization of Calcium Sulfate 163 Figure 35 Fluldizatlon Data—Gypsum 192b Figure 36 Fluldizatlon Data—Gypsum 193 . ix SUMMABI The shortage of Frasch-minable sulfur reserves has led to consideration of other materials as sources of sulfur and sulfuric acid. Naturally occurring calcium sulfate…

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19Feb 1352
US Patent for Process for continuously calcining gypsum to ...

Chemical gypsum, calcium sulfate dihydrate resulting from an acid neutralization step in any of numerous manufacturing operations, differs from natural mineral gypsum in its chemical impurities and, frequently most importantly, in physical characteristics. ... In the more modern continuous fluidized kettle calcination, as exemplified by U.S ...

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5Feb 1638
Hemihydrate

Before calcination in kettle calciners, ... Calcium sulfate solubility increases as chloride concentration in the solution approaches 4–5% and then decreases to values similar to those in chloride-free solutions, in the range where chloride concentration approaches 15–19%.

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3Feb 1237
Calcium sulfate

Calcium sulfate (or calcium sulphate) is the inorganic compound with the formula CaSO 4 and related hydrates the form of γ-anhydrite (the anhydrous form), it is used as a desiccant.One particular hydrate is better known as plaster of Paris, and another occurs naturally as the mineral gypsum has many uses in industry. All forms are white solids that are poorly soluble in water.

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12Feb 1903
CAS 20-4 Calcium sulfate filler data

Europe EU 10/2011 Anhydrous Calcium Sulfate is included in Article 6, section 3(a) (Page 16) as a Calcium Salt of Sulphuric Acid, which is listed as an authorized acid under FCM substance number 511 in ANNEX I (page 68). China China GB 9685 Anhydrous Calcium Sulfate (CAS 7778-18-9) is listed as an acceptable additive on page 172 of standard.

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12Feb 1589
Gypsum products in Dentistry

 · WET CALCINATION When gypsum is ground and heated under steam pressure at a temperature of 110 to 1300 C in a closed kettle or kiln, or an autoclave, the process is called wet calcination. Alpha-calcium sulfate hemihydrate is formed, which consists of smaller, regularly shaped crystalline particles in form of rods and prisms Type III ( dental ...

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15Feb 1579
11.16 Gypsum Manufacturing

wallboard, gypsum must be partially dehydrated or calcined to produce calcium sulfate hemihydrate (CaSO4 ½H 2O), commonly called stucco. A flow diagram for a typical gypsum process producing both crude and finished gypsum products is shown in Figure 11.16-1. In this process gypsum is crushed, dried, ground, and calcined.

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28Feb 1609
BCE Gypsum

Calcining. Plaster or stucco is made by calcining the raw gypsum to convert the dihydrate into a hemihydrate, and is known as calcined gypsum. In some plants, landplaster is fed to kettle or flash calciners to produce plaster. Calcining occurs at about 250°-300°.

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16Feb 994
US5954497A

A method and system for calcining gypsum to recover gypsum in a form consisting essentially of calcium sulfate anhydrite is disclosed. The method includes the steps of feeding the ground gypsum material into a first kettle and heating the ground gypsum in the first kettle to the first predetermined temperature. The first predetermined temperature is preferably below 400° F. so that the gypsum ...

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15Feb 1252
Thermal analysis of calcium sulfate dihydrate sources used ...

 · The core composition of gypsum wallboard is calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO 4 ·2H 2 O) with varying impurities, additives, or both. This study compares here two commercially calcined sources of hemihydrate (CaSO 4 ·½H 2 O) from a natural source and a synthetic by-product of flue gas desulfurization and neutralization to reagent grade hemihydrate. Two common ingredients, borax and …

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3Feb 1227
Emission Estimation Technique Manual

Calcination occurs at approximately 120 to 150°C, and 1.0 tonne of gypsum calcines to about 0.85 tonne of stucco. In kettle calciners, the gypsum is heated by hot combustion gas passed through flues in the kettle, and the stucco product is discharged into a ''hot pit'' located below the kettle. Kettle calciners may be

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14Feb 1219
process and apparatus for calcining gypsum

Various processes and apparatuses have heretofore been proposed for effecting the calcination of natural gypsum rock to calcium sulfate hemihydrate. In Randel and Dailey Patent No. 1,901,051, issued March 14, 1933, and Randel and Dailey Patent No. 1,931,240, issued October 17, 1933, there has been disclosed a new type of calcium sulfate ...

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10Feb 1105
gypsum

Gypsum is a non-metallic mineral, found in rock form. It is composed of 79.1% calcium sulphate and 20.9% water, by weight. Chemists call it Hydrous Calcium Sulphate, and as there is one molecule of calcium sulphate combined with two molecules of water. It has the chemical formula CaSO 4 2H 2 0. By volume this works out to nearly 50% water in ...

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21Feb 1465
Determination of Calcium Sulfate Hemihydrate Modification ...

Determination of calcium sulfate hemihydrate modification by X-ray diffraction analysis ... Microstructure visualization has shown that gypsum binder samples produced in calcination kettle and in ...

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23Feb 1707
Gypsum Processing for Cement, Plaster and Wallboard ...

 · Gypsum is calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO4 2H2O), a white or gray naturally occurring mineral, and is used as a commercial and generic term for all calcium sulfate materials. Raw gypsum ore is processed into a variety of products such as a portland cement additive, soil conditioner, industrial and building plasters, and gypsum wallboard.

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15Feb 1192
Formation of mesoporous calcium sulfate microspheres ...

 · Calcium sulfate has been used as a biomedical material for over a century thanks to its biocompatible, biodegradable and cementitious properties. However the dense structure and low surface area of existing materials exclude its adsorption properties and restrict the applications. In this work, mesoporous calcium s

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15Feb 1861
GyPSum

Gypsum is actually the mineral calcium sulfate. Its chemical name is calcium sulfate dihydrate ( CaSO 4 · 2H 2 O .) Different types of gypsum can be produced by changing the temperature of the calcining process and the way in which it is carried out. Higher temperatures generally lead to a reduced reaction with water. The main types of gypsum are:

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22Feb 1855
Calcination of calcium sulphoaluminate cement using flue ...

 · The amount of calcium sulfate dihydrate added and the ratio of calcium sulphoaluminate to calcium sulfate dihydrate are listed in Table 3. (6) C 4 A 3 S ¯ + 2 C S ¯ H 2 + 34 H → AFt + 2 AH 3 Fig. 6 shows the effects of calcination temperature on mechanical properties of the CSA cement at calcination temperatures of 1230, 1250, 1270, 1290 ...

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5Feb 1144
Process of making anhydrous calcium sulphate

EXAMPLE 2 Production of anhydrite from calcium sulfate hemihydrate The process of Example 2 is quite similar to that of Example 1, with the exception that instead of adding the sulfuric acid at the start of the operation, or when the material in the kettle reaches 2500 F., addition of the acidic material is delayed until calcination to the ...

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21Feb 1154
Calcium sulfate

 · Calcium Sulfate (CS) is a fascinating material with unique physical and chemical properties. ... This is referred to as calcination and occurs as shown below (Clifton, ... These materials are industrially processed using kettle methods, which process the material in batches, and rotary kiln methods, which are continuous processing methods. When ...

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