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Global CemFuels 2022 Virtual Conference Pack

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The Global CemFuels Conference 2022 Virtual Conference Pack includes the video, presentations and proceedings from the 15th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition that took place on 14 - 15 September 2022 in Lisbon, Portugal.

The Virtual Conference Pack contains:

-- Video files for each presentation given at the conference (MP4 format, 720p resolution)

-- Proceedings for the conference, including the full programme, exhibitor information and delegate lists (PDF format)

-- Slides from each presentation (PDF format)

Please note: Slides and proceedings are downloadable immediately after purchase. The video file will be sent to you by file transfer during UK office hours.

The following presentations were given at the conference:

Paper 1: Modernising kiln production: HeidelbergCement strategy and practical example, Michele Graffigna, HeidelbergCement AG

Paper 2: Biomass use in cement and lime production: A European perspective, John Robert McFarlane, Albion Design

Paper 3: Challenges in SRF production for cement industry customers, Adrian Irvine, Regen WTE

Paper 4: Versatility in alternative fuel production, combined with high energy efficiency, Josef Imp, Tana Oy

Paper 5: Smart solutions by ATS in AF feeding, Luc Rieffel, Walter Materials Handling, ATS Group

Paper 6: ‘Achieving sustainability goals and CO2 reduction by increasing the substitution rate through feeding of alternative fuels,’ Ondřej Kozel, Schenck Process

Paper 7: Consistent sustainability – What does this really mean for the use of AF? Luigi Di Matteo, Di Matteo

Paper 8: Flexible solutions for alternative fuels handling: Cement plant case studies from Iraq, Austria and Türkiye, Michal Hrala, Jan Tůma, BEUMER Group Czech Republic a.s.

Paper 9: Economical RDF preparation and handling – Single step shredding versus RDF system, Wolfram Zschiesche, Vecoplan

Paper 10: Establishment of a new class of alternative fuels in cement kilns, Uwe Maas, Samuel Zühlsdorf, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG

Paper 11: Hydrogen as a combustion enhancer at CEMEX, Liliana Gonzalez Gaitan, Global Energy Project Advisor, CEMEX

Paper 12: H2 in the cement industry and learned lessons, Marco Lindemann-Lino, VDZ

Paper 13: Possible pyro-processing upgrades for 100% alternative fuel use, Michael Hinkel, Alterline (TBC)

Paper 14: A new real-time 'Industry 4.0' optimiser for cement and lime pyrolines, Matthias Schumacher, aixprocess GmbH

Paper 15: Fluctuating Flows – A case study of how alternative fuels effect natural gas flow metering, Felix Bartknecht, SICK AG

Paper 16: Synthesis gas from sewage sludge gasification as CO2-neutral fuel in the cement and lime industry, Alexander Neagos, KOPF Syngas; Xavier d’Hubert, XDH Energy

Paper 17: Sustainable explosion protection concepts for alternative fuels, Berthold Bussieweke, Thorwesten Vent GmbH; Robert Becker, robecco

Paper 18: Co-processing of non-recyclable plastic waste in the cement industry - recent experiences from Asia, Kåre Helge Karstensen, SINTEF

Paper 19 Fuel conditioning for maximised TSR, Stefan Kern, A TEC Production & Service GmbH