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Title: Assessment of Enterprise Emission Inventory Considering Entropy Production for a Cement Production Line
Authors: Söğüt, Mehmet Ziya
Synylo, Kateryna
Karakoç, Tahir Hikmet
Keywords: Cement
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Springer International Publishing Ag
Abstract: The cement sector, which has a high energy consumption in the industrial sector, has significant environmental pollutant potential and besides high energy costs. In the sectoral evaluations, in addition to the efficient and efficient use of energy, alternative studies have become a necessity to eliminate such threats. The energy consumption behavior of this sector, especially fossil source, can be considered as an important environmental impact due to low system efficiency. In this context, irreversibility, which can be seen as the production of entropy in the thermodynamic process, will directly affect the emission potential with thermal effect. In this study, entropy production of the cement production line was examined with exergy analysis, and the losses due to irreversibility were evaluated. The potential of the enterprise emission inventory is then investigated for this potential, which is generally considered to be thermal irreversibility. According to the analysis, the analysis of the process was found at 56.92%. Along with the fossil fuel consumption estimates, CO2 emission potentials represent 0.40% of the cumulative total. At the end of the study, some suggestions were made to improve the environmental and economic effects of reducing the potentials reached according to the analysis.
Description: 7th Global Conference on Global Warming (GCGW) -- JUN 24-28, 2018 -- Izmir, TURKEY
ISBN: 978-3-030-20637-6; 978-3-030-20636-9
ISSN: 1865-3529
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