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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)

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