Technical and Economic Feasibility Analysis of Using Concentrated Solar Thermal Technology in the Cement Production Process: Hybrid Approach—A Case Study

Abstract : This work describes the evaluation of concentrated solar thermal (CST) in a conventional cement plant in order to replace from 40% to 100% of the thermal energy required in the process. By using CST at the calcination process in the cement production line, CO2 emissions can be reduced by 40%. The aim of the study is not to propose a detailed design of the solar process but to examine and quantify the various options in order to define the favorable economic conditions and the technical issues to face in a conventional cement plant aiming: substituting energy sources and achieving continuous operation of the cement plant employing a hybrid mode.
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Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2014, 136 (2), 12 p. 〈10.1115/1.4026573〉
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Ricardo Sebastián González, Gilles Flamant. Technical and Economic Feasibility Analysis of Using Concentrated Solar Thermal Technology in the Cement Production Process: Hybrid Approach—A Case Study. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2014, 136 (2), 12 p. 〈10.1115/1.4026573〉. 〈hal-01178173〉

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