About Us

MINEVIK Machinery is a leading and pioneering enterprise with the most advanced international level in R&D, manufacturing and selling of large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

All of our equipment have got ISO international quality system certification, European Union CE certification and Russian GOST certification.

  • In central China-Zhengzhou, covering 140 thousand square meters
  • Win-win cooperation and create more value to customers
  • Exported large quantities and high-end mobile crushing plant and milling equipments to Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Ecuador, South Africa, Nigeria, Turkey more than 100 countries .

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Our Products

AS a leading global manufacturer of crushing and milling equipment, we offer including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete stone crushing plant. We also supply individual crushers and mills as well as spare parts of them.

Services

Our goal is to guarantee the excellent operation equipment with high safety for our customers and minimize the downtime of the machine by predictive maintenance. Kefid service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

SERVICE AND SUPPORT

Minevik service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

ACCESSORIES CENTER

striving to enable customers to get the parts in the nearest place.

SALES MARKET

Our sales market is spread all over more than 100 countries and regions

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Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India

Jan 01, 2015· Embodied energy (EE) of building materials constitutes the total energy expenditure for manufacture of building materials including that for raw material extraction and associated transportation. EE assessment of building materials reveals the extent of energy consumed and associated GHG emissions in their manufacture.

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Energy and Buildings

Aug 02, 2014· Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input–output analysis K.I. Praseedaa, B.V. Venkatarama Reddyb, Monto Manic,∗ a Research Scholar, Department ofCivil Engineering, Indian Institute Science, Bangalore, India b Professor, Department ofCivil Engineering, Indian Institute Science, Bangalore, India c

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Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India

Embodied energy (EE) of building materials comprises the total energy expenditure involved in the material production including all upstream processes such as raw material extraction and transportation. The current paper deals with EE of a few common building materials consumed in bulk in Indian construction industry.

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Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India

Request PDF | Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input–output analysis | Growing demand for urban built spaces has resulted in

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Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India

Praseeda, KI and Reddy, Venkatarama BV and Mani, Monto (2015) Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input-output analysis. In: ENERGY AND BUILDINGS, 86 .

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EMBODIED ENERGY ASSESSMENT OF CONSTRUCTION

with the embodied energy of common building materials used in India's construction industry. The construction material with their embodied energy is provided as an input data to the neural network. On the basis of which, ANN trained the system to suggest an appropriate material that release less embodied energy to the environment. The

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India Construction Materials Database of Embodied Energy

Although important, information on embodied energy in construction materials in India is scattered in academic papers. This study funded by the Eco-cities program in India is the first of its kind to develop a comprehensive database on the embodied energy and the global warming potential of building materials in India. The

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Embodied Energy Of Building And Alternative Building Materials

around some issues pertaining to embodied energy in buildings particularly in the Indian context. Energy consumption in the production of basic building materials (such as cement, steel, etc.) and different types of materials used for construction has been discussed. Energy spent in transportation of various building materials is presented.

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Embodied energy demystified India, South Asia

But it does not take into account EE of the building materials, says Anurag Bajpai, director of Green Tree Building Energy Consultant, Delhi. In the UK and Australia, building regulations include grading of materials based on their environment impact. In India, there is acute shortage of research on EE of building materials, says Reddy.

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Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India

Praseeda, KI and Reddy, Venkatarama BV and Mani, Monto (2015) Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input-output analysis. In: ENERGY AND BUILDINGS, 86 . pp. 677-686.

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EMBODIED ENERGY ASSESSMENT OF CONSTRUCTION

with the embodied energy of common building materials used in India's construction industry. The construction material with their embodied energy is provided as an input data to the neural network. On the basis of which, ANN trained the system to suggest an appropriate material that release less embodied energy to the environment. The

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Embodied Energy Assessment and Comparisons for a

Embodied Energy Assessment and Comparisons for a Residential Building Using Conventional and Alternative Materials in Indian Context It has also been observed from the study that use of alternative material in the building envelope gives embodied energy savings between 50 and 60 % for a two storey load bearing structure and 30–42 % for a

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Embodied Energy Assessment and Comparisons for a

Jun 01, 2014· Building sector is responsible for 40 % of the primary energy use and 24 % of carbon dioxide emissions in India. The main source of green house gas emissions from buildings is due to energy consumption. This paper aims to assess the embodied energy index and environmental impact of a two storied residential building. The study proposes various alternative materials

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Low Embodied Energy Sustainable Building Materials and

Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input–output analysis, Energy and Buildings, Vol. 86, 2015, p.677–686. DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2014.10.042 [26] Chani P.S., Kaushik S.K. Estimation and reduction of primary energy in housing construction.

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Low Embodied Energy Sustainable Building Materials and

Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input–output analysis Embodied energy (EE) of building materials comprises the total energy

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Embodied Energy Assessment and Comparisons for a

Embodied Energy Assessment and Comparisons for a Residential Building Using Conventional and Alternative Materials in Indian Context It has also been observed from the study that use of alternative material in the building envelope gives embodied energy savings between 50 and 60 % for a two storey load bearing structure and 30–42 % for a

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Embodied Energy Assessment and Comparisons for a

Building sector is responsible for 40 % of the primary energy use and 24 % of carbon dioxide emissions in India. The main source of green house gas emissions from buildings is due to energy consumption. This paper aims to assess the embodied energy index and environmental impact of a two storied residential building. The study proposes various alternative materials which can be used in day to

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Embodied energy demystified India, South Asia

But it does not take into account EE of the building materials, says Anurag Bajpai, director of Green Tree Building Energy Consultant, Delhi. In the UK and Australia, building regulations include grading of materials based on their environment impact. In India, there is acute shortage of research on EE of building materials, says Reddy.

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Low Embodied Energy Sustainable Building Materials and

Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input–output analysis, Energy and Buildings, Vol. 86, 2015, p.677–686. DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2014.10.042 [26] Chani P.S., Kaushik S.K. Estimation and reduction of primary energy in housing construction.

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Embodied energy assessment for building materials by eSAT

Title: Embodied energy assessment for building materials, Author: eSAT Journals, Name: Embodied energy assessment for building materials, Length: 2 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2015-06-05 Issuu

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Aluminium most energy intensive building material in India

Dec 18, 2014· A team of researchers from Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, led by Prof. Venkatarama Reddy has designed an assessment framework for quantifying the total energy expenditure, called "Embodied Energy" (EE) in their paper, says a Gubbi Labs release. The production of building materials also results in emission of greenhouse gases. As K I Praseeda, a co-author on

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Basics for the Assessment of Embodied Energy and

International Energy Agency Basics for the Assessment of Embodied Energy and Embodied GHG Emissions for Building Construction Guideline for Designers and Consultants – Part 1 IEA EBC Annex 57 September 2016 EBC is a programme of the International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Praseeda K I – SuDesi

Nov 27, 2017· K. I. Praseeda, Monto Mani and B. V. Venkatarama Reddy, Embodied energy assessment of building materials in India using process and input-output analysis, Energy and Buildings 86 (2015), 677 – 686. B. V. Venkatarama Reddy, K. I. Praseeda and Monto Mani, Embodied and operational energy of rural dwellings in India, Journal of Sustainable Energy

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Evaluation of Embodied Energy and CO2eq for Building

Apr 22, 2014· paper were examined at building material level, building component level, and building level. Small number of studies of Embodied Energy and Embodied GHGs in the field of buildings were carried out in 1990. From 2000's, research focused on energy consumption started to use I-O LCA

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A RESEARCH ON EMBODIED ENERGY OF BUILDING

realize the importance of embodied energy of building materials for a sustainable living. Also some reflections on building materials mostly used in Turkey are exposed in order to guide future actions. 2. Embodied Energy and Life Cycle Assessment 2.1. Embodied Energy

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Embodied Energy in Building Materials: What it is and How

Jan 13, 2020· The term Embodied Energy or Embodied Carbon refers to the sum impact of all greenhouse gas emissions attributed to a material during its

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An Evaluative Study on Energy Efficient Building Materials

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering (IJIRAE) ISSN: 2349-2763 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.ijirae An Evaluative Study on Energy Efficient Building Materials Verma Tanuj* Dr. R.K. Khitoliya Ar. J.P. Singh ME Student Professor, Department of Civil Engineering Assistant Professor PEC University of Technology PEC University of Technology CCA

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Environmental impact assessment of building foundation in

Jan 25, 2016· Embodied energy was calculated as equal to 1.14 MJ per one kilogramme of foundation materials and 832.2 MJ/m 2 per building floor area. The foundation materials of houses contributed to the total environmental impact of the whole buildings by, on average, 15.0%, 22.8%, and 13.3% for embodied energy, global warming potential, and acidification

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Life cycle energy analysis of a low-cost house in India

This article presents a case study on life cycle energy analysis of a residential building constructed for EWS community in Southern India. Cement, brick and rebar represent more than 3/4th of the total embodied energy of building materials.

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