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Abstract The serious consequences of the corrosion process in cement


plants has become a problem of worldwide significance. Corrosion is caused
by acid attack on carbon steel, resulting from the presence of acid producing
compounds in raw material, fuels and additives. These compounds typically
contain sulfur and chloride. However, weak acids such as carbonic acid can
cause slow corrosion over a long period of time. As the baghouses are wide
used in cement plant, the corrosion problems are drawing more and more
attentions This paper explores the causes and strategies of reducing
corrosion problem of new dry process cement kiln baghouse corrosion.
Key wordscorrosion of cement kiln baghousescorrosion mechanism
acid attackCoatingsCorrosion Resistant Metals

0.

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H2OSOxHClNOx2)

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CO2

H2CO3

FeO

SO2

H2SO3

FeSO
3

SO3

H2SO4

FeSO
4

CaCl2
Cl2

HCL
HCL

FeCl2
FeCl2

1
1.
2.
3.

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4. CaCl2
5.
400~600 SO2
SO2
SO2

1.2

H2O
1. H2O
2. H2O
3. H2O
4. H2O
5. H2O
H2O
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1.3
CO2

1.4 4
H2O
4

A: SO3 Verhof
T d=1000/{2.276 - 0.0294ln(PH2O) - 0.0858*ln(PSO3) + 0.0062*ln(PH2O*PSO3)}

B:SO2Kiang:
Td=1000/{3.9526 - 0.1863*ln(PH2O) + 0.000867*ln(PSO2) - 0.00091*ln(PH2O*PSO2)}

C:HClKiang
Td=1000/{3.7368 - 0.1591*ln(PH2O) - 0.0326*ln(PHCl) + 0.00269*ln(PH2O*PHCl)}

D:NO2 Perry
Td NO2 = 1000/(3.664 - 0.1446*ln(v%H2O/100*760) - 0.0827*ln(vppmNO2/1000000*760) +
0.00756*ln(v%H2O/100*760)*ln(vppmNO2/1000000*760)) - 273

B, C D (P) mm Hg A (P)

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80~100

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3. SO2
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CaCl2

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Ni

Fe

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Si

Co

Al

Ti

Cr

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max

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15
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x
C27
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Bal.

11%
25%
300
80%

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C-276

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FlueGard-225SQC3

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1STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING CEMENT KILN BAGHOUSE


CORROSION PROBLEMSFor Presentation at the IEEE/PCA Cement
Industry Technical ConferenceVancouver, British Columbia May 2001
2Corrosion in Cement Plants caused by Acid Gases By:Andrew Jansen,
Mechanical Engineer, Penta Industrial Corp.Linas Mazeika, President & CEO,
3L&T Inc.
3ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR CORROSION PROBLEMS IN
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CEMENT PLANT POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENTBy Mukul Gupta,


Managing Director Chemtreat India, Linas Mazeika, President 3L&T Inc.
USA
4LATEST ADVANCES IN THE UNDERSTANDING OF ACIDDEWPOINT
CORROSION:CORROSION AND STRESS CORROSION CRACKING
INCOMBUSTION GAS CONDENSATESW.M.M. Huijbregts, R. Leferink
Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials, Vol. 51, 3 (2004), pg 173-188.

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