The diagrams below show the stages and equipment used in the cement-making process, and how cement is used to produce concrete for building purposes.
Sample answer 1:-
The given both process charts illustrate the steps and material which are used to make cement and how is concrete is produced for the construction of the building.
In the production of cement, firstly, the limestone and clay are crushed through a crusher then, this produced powder put into a mixer and this goes to rotating heater with the help of pipe which is attached between the mixer and rotating heater. The flame is also used to heat the crushed powder. after it, the output is grinder in the grinder. This has become cement. Next, this is packed in the bags.
In the concrete production process, first of all, 15% cement, 10% water, 25% sand and 50 % gravel (small stones) are put in concrete is properly mixed. So, the output is called concrete which is used in the construction of buildings, roads and so on.
Overall, this is immediately apparent from the flow diagram that cement production has five stages which start from crushing limestone and clay and it ends on packing cement in the bag. Beside it, concrete production has just three steps which are staring with mixing all material and ending on its output.
Sample answer 2:-
The diagrams show the process and the equipment used to make cement and, how these are used to produce concrete for building purposes.
The first step in cement production is to introduce limestone and clay. These materials pass through a crusher that produces a powder then, this powder goes into a mixture. After this, the product passes to a rotating heater which works with heat. Next step, the mixture goes into a grinder where the cement comes out. At the end of the process, the cement is packed into bags.
Moving to concrete production, the process begins with a combination of 15% cement, 10% water, 25% sand and 50% gravel respectively these four elements are introduced into the concrete mixture which is use full for construction of buildings and so on.
Overall, all steps are necessary as if one step skip then, the process can spoil and, the last difference between both processes is that the concrete mixture does not work with heat.
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stages and equipment used in the cement-making process