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ASME B31.11 - SLURRY TRANSPORTATION PIPING SYSTEMS Organization: ASME
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Rules for this Code section have been developed considering the needs for applications, which include piping transporting aqueous slurries between plants and terminals and within terminals, pumping and regulating stations.
ASHRAE - AB-10-021 - SYSTEM ANALYSIS OF MPCM SLURRY ENHANCED WITH CARBON NANOTUBES AS HEAT TRANSFER FLUID Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: The introduction of Microencapsulated Phase Change Material (MPCM) in form of slurries as heat transfer fluids has been well accepted among researchers. MPCM slurries consist of a base fluid such as water that contains a relatively low mass fraction of microcapsule filled with phase change material such as octadecane or paraffin wax.
CPC - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HAN - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HANDBOOK Organization: CPC
Date: 1979-04-07
Description: HEAT BALANCE (ENGLISH SYSTEM OF UNITS) 10.01 Heat Input from Combustion of Fuel 10.02 Heat Input from Sensible Heat in Fuel 10.03 Heat Input from Organic Substance in Kiln Feed 10.04 Heat Input from Sensible Heat in Kiln Feed 10.05 Heat Input from Cooler Air Sensible Heat 10.06 Heat Input from Primary Air Sensible Heat 10.07 Heat Input from Infiltrated Air Sensible Heat 10.08 Heat Required for Clinker Formation 10.09 Heat Loss with Exit Gas 10.10 Heat Loss Due to Moisture in Feed or Slurry 10.11 Heat Losses Due to Dust in Exit Gases 10.12 Heat Loss with Clinker at Cooler Discharge 10.13 Heat Loss at Cooler Stack 10.14 Radiation and Convection Losses on Kiln Shell 10.15 Heat Loss Due to Calcination of Wasted Dust Chapter 11.
CSA Z341.4 - SALT CAVERN WASTE DISPOSAL - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: This Standard does not apply to (a) underground disposal in overburden materials involving the use of tanks or membranes, such as landfills; (b) design and fabrication of pressure vessels that are covered by pressure vessel codes; (c) heat exchangers, pumps, compressors, and piping in processing plant facilities, manufacturing plants, or industrial plants that are covered by appropriate codes; (d) gathering lines, flow lines, metering, compressors, and associated surface equipment beyond the first emergency shutdown valve (ESV) or block valve; (e) radioactive fuel wastes; (f) biological wastes; (g) wastes that have a pH less than 4.5 or greater than 12.5; (h) wastes that have a flash point less than 60.5 °C; and (i) wastes containing hydrogen sulphide in concentrations greater than 10 mol/kmol.

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