JRM Vol.31 No.1 pp. 63-69
doi: 10.20965/jrm.2019.p0063


Raw Material Composition Control Method for Cement Based on Semi-Tensor Product

Ping Jiang, Hongliang Yu, Shi Li, and Xiaohong Wang

School of Electronic and Engineering, University of Jinan
No.336 West Road of Nan Xinzhuang, Jinan, Shandong 250022, China

May 23, 2018
September 25, 2018
February 20, 2019
raw mail composition, cement, proportion control, semi-tensor product
The raw material composition control method for cement

The raw material composition control method for cement

The cement production process can be summarized into two grinding processes and one burning process. The two grinding processes refer to raw material and cement grinding. The burning process is the clinker calcination of a raw material. Such processes are complicated and continuous. The quality of the previous stage has an important influence on the latter. The raw meal preparation is the most important part in cement production. The composition of raw meal determines whether the three rate values are appropriate, ensuring stable production on the cement production line.

Cite this article as:
P. Jiang, H. Yu, S. Li, and X. Wang, “Raw Material Composition Control Method for Cement Based on Semi-Tensor Product,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.31 No.1, pp. 63-69, 2019.
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