FUZZY INTERFACE OF CALCIUM CARBONATE PRODUCTION DEPICTING GAS GAUGE

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ZAHID HAFEEZ KHOKHAR

Abstract

Calcium carbonate is an active component of the limestone. Calcium Carbonate Equivalent and the Effective Calcium Carbonate Equivalent give a numeric to the effectiveness of different liming materials. The first method compares a particular quarry's stone with the neutralizing power of pure calcium carbonate [1]. In this paper, the process of mixing calcium hydroxide into deionized water and jet bubbling carbon dioxide gas reacting through the contained is used. Output reaction conversion on inputs: acidity, reaction time, stirring, pressure and temperature is interfaced creating a fuzzy interfacing model. Reaction conversion is implicated on inputs of acidity and reaction time for a temperature value keeping other variables constant and assuming homogeneous reaction throughout within reactor. Gas flow gauge is fall timely and considering parametric and variability change, this is depicted.

Keywords:
Carbonate, soil, fuzzy interfacing model, carbon dioxide capture, control, regulations.

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KHOKHAR, Z. H. (2019). FUZZY INTERFACE OF CALCIUM CARBONATE PRODUCTION DEPICTING GAS GAUGE. Journal of Basic and Applied Research International, 25(6), 339-343. Retrieved from http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOBARI/article/view/4845
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