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Bardsley, Clarence Edward

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Published in [Rolla, Mo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slag,
  • Road materials,
  • Roads,
  • Slag -- Bibliography

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    Statement[by] Clarence Edward Bardsley.
    GenreBibliography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP832 .S5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination115 p.
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6739485M
    LC Control Number30006067
    OCLC/WorldCa8205241

    @article{osti_, title = {Heat recovery in dry granulation of molten blast furnace slag}, author = {Tetsuro, N. and Hiroshi, N. and Koichi, F. and Tsukio, I.}, abstractNote = {In a research and development project undertaken jointly between Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. and Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd., a process has been developed for granulating molten slag discharged.   Effect of Jordanian steel blast furnace slag on asphalt concrete hot mixes, Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering 2(3): Shen, D.-H.; Wu, C.-M.; Du, J.-C. Laboratory investigation of basic oxygen furnace slag for substitution of aggregate in porous asphalt mixture, Construction and Building Materials 23(1):


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Utilization of blast furnace slag in highway improvement (abstract) ... by Bardsley, Clarence Edward Download PDF EPUB FB2

Utilization of Blast Furnace Slag in Highway Improvement: University of Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, Technical Series, V10, No. 1 Paperback – December 7, by Clarence Edward Bardsley (Author)Author: Clarence Edward Bardsley.

The Utilization of Slag in Civil Infrastructure Construction strives to integrate the theory, research, and practice of slag utilization, including the production and processing of slags.

The topics covered include: production and smelting processes for metals; chemical and physical properties of slags; pretreatment and post-treatment technology to enhance slag properties; potential environmental impact; mechanisms of potential expansion; special testing methods and characteristics; slag.

Purchase The Utilization of Slag in Civil Infrastructure Construction - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThey include Portland cement as covered by AASHTO M85 (2), Portland blast furnace slag cement (blended cement type IS), and slag cement (slag cement type S) as per AASHTO M (3) The use of GGBFS as a partial Portland cement replacement takes advantage of the energy invested in the slag making process and its corresponding benefits with respect to the enhanced cementitious properties of the slag.

In the early days of the blast-furnace the slag was handled as clinker or ashes, and this method of procedure survived until very recent times in the crane-operated shovel, fork, etc., which I have described in a previous chapter as adjuncts to charcoal furnaces in the seventies and which were used to clean out and "work down" the furnace very much as we find it necessray to do with the.

Two types of blast furnace slag such air-cooled slag and granulated slag are being generated from the steel plants. In India Utilization of blast furnace slag in highway improvement book 40% of this slag is produced in the form of granulated slag.

The specific gravity of the slag is approximately with its bulk density varying in the range of – kg/m by: Characteristics and Uses of Steel Slag in Building Construction. focuses predominantly on the utilization of ferrous slag (blast furnace and steel slag) in building construction.

This extensive literature review discusses the worldwide utilization of ferrous slag and applications in all sectors of civil engineering, including structural engineering, road construction, and hydro-technical.

The overall use of blast furnace slag is relatively well known for a range of highway construction applications from granular base to supplementary cementitious materials. STEEL SLAG UTILIZATION IN ASPHALT MIXES MF Page 4 steel slag from furnace linings, but the major problem results from using ladles and pits as waste receptacles in the furnace areas.

Fortunately, the value of steel Utilization of blast furnace slag in highway improvement book is increasingly being recognized, particularly for return to blast furnace burden, and contamination is avoided.

Electric Arc Furnace Slag (EAF or steel furnace slag) Produced when scrap metal and fluxes are oxidized by the use of an electric current. Molten slag is generally placed into ground bays for cooling. Both BOF and EAF slags are somewhat heavier than Blast Furnace Slag and most quarried rock material.

Uses include. Almost all of the blast furnace slag produced in the United States is reportedly utilized, and approximately 90 percent of this slag is ACBFS. The proportion of ACBFS currently being produced, however, is decreasing relative to granulated and pelletized blast furnace slag production.

The main slags are classified in three types: ferrous slag, including iron slag generated in blast furnace process and steel slags, non-ferrous slag generated by production non-ferrous metals (Cu, Zn, Pb, Ni.), boiler slag obtained by coal combustion plants and incineration slags generated by combustion of File Size: KB.

SLAG UTILIZATION PHILOSOPHY Slag utilization in highway construction is an overall process which includes several stages from slag production to end uses.

Successful utilization is generally based on several stages or links. The overall general process consists of seven links, as shown in Figure 1, any one of which might affect the final use of the specific slag in highway.

Utilization of blast furnace slag in highway improvement (abstract). [Rolla, Mo., ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Clarence Edward Bardsley.

Pelletized Slag and Granulated Blast Furnace Slag. Air-cooled blast-furnace slag is the material resulting from solidification of molten blast-furnace slag under atmospheric conditions; subsequent cooling may be ac-celerated by application of water to the solidified surface.

Expanded blast-furnace slag is the lightweight, cellularFile Size: KB. Steel slag is a waste material produced during the process of steel making. For many years, a large amount of steel slag was deposited in slag storing yards, occupied farmland, silted rivers and.

Blast Furnace Slag as a Concrete Aggregate MF A. Timms NATIONAL SLAG ASSOCIATION Page 2 BLAST FURNACE SLAG AS A CONCRETE AGGREGATE PART I – PROPERTIES OF BLAST FURNACE SLAG Our natural aggregates, such as stone and gravel of suitable quality for concrete making, are rapidly becoming depleted in many Size: KB.

Two major uses of GGBS are in the production of quality-improved slag cement, namely Portland Blastfurnace cement (PBFC) and high-slag blast-furnace cement (HSBFC), with GGBS content ranging typically from 30 to 70%; and in the production of ready-mixed or site-batched durable concrete.

Slag cement is a hydraulic cement formed when granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) is ground to suitable fineness and is used to replace a portion of portland cement. It is a recovered industrial by-product of an iron blast furnace. Molten slag diverted from the iron blast furnace is rapidly chilled, producing glassy granules that yield.

Celik and Nalbantoglu studied the effect of ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) on the control of swell associated with lime stabilized sulphate bearing soil. In order to study the effect of swelling associated with lime stabilization of sulphate-rich soils, three different concentrations of sulphate were chosen, namely, and Cited by: 5.

Blast Furnace Steel Slag Blast Furnace Slag % Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (Ger.) % Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (UK) % Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag % Electric Arc Furnace Slag % Calcium Oxide (CaO) 32 to 45 40 43 35 Silicon Oxide (SiO 3) 32 to 42 35 15 14 Iron Oxide (Fe 2 O 3) to 25 29File Size: KB.

Iron blast furnace slag is defined as "the nonmetallic by-product consisting of silicates and aluminosilicates of lime and other bases." The use of iron blast furnace slag in various highway applications is economical and technically feasible; however, lingering doubts about its environmental impacts need to be investigated further.

Steel industry is high energy-consuming industry, and its waste heat recovery is critically important for energy utilization. In this study, pipeline bundle is used to enhance heat transfer in waste heat recovery device, and associated gas-solid heat transfer and energy utilization performance with different pipeline arrangement, pipe diameter and shape of internal component are further : Enmin Tang, Jing Ding, Jianfeng Lu.

USE OF BLAST FURNACE SLAG IN ROAD BASES ANVAENDNING AV MESUGNSSLAGG I VAEGARS BAERLAGER. This work comprises a literature survey of British, French and Swedish experience and a study of the reactivity of blast furnace slag.

Blast furnace slag is an industrial byproduct of iron produced in a blast furnace. This slag consists primarily of silicates and alumino-silicates of lime and other bases.

(2) The Bureau of Mines reports that 14 million metric tons ( million short tons)(1) of blast furnace slag was sold in the United States in with a value of $ Proposal book, or on the plans, they are to be construed the same as the respective 10 expressions represented.

AAR Association of American Railroads AASHTO American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials ACBF air-cooled blast furnace slag AE asphalt emulsion AIA American Institute of Architects.

This book outlines the state-of-the-practice in the use of waste materials in highway construction in the U.S. and discusses the applications of selected waste materials including: based on technical, environmental, and economic factors indicated that reclaimed paving materials, coal fly ash, blast furnace slag, bottom ash, boiler slag Author: Ahmed, Imtiaz.

BLAST FURNACE SLAG USAGE AND GUIDANCE FOR INDIANA Introduction INDOT permits the use of air cooled blast furnace slag (ACBFS) as a conventional aggregate. The material can be used in granular base, hot mix asphalt, Portland cement concrete, embankments, and fill applications.

ACBFS has been used in unbound applica-Cited by: 1. Utilization of Recycled and Reclaimed Materials in Illinois Highway Construction in 5.

Report Date December 6. Performing Organization Code 8. Performing Organization Report N o. Air-Cooled Blast Furnace Slag. Pozzolan is defined as Fly Ash, §, or Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag (GGBFS), § All classes of concrete, except Class F, allow or require a pozzolan as a partial replacement for portland cement.

Classes DP, G, GG, and HP concrete require the use of a pozzolan. Microsilica. FUTURE SCOPE In the near future to study the behaviour of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag on micro level different percentage can be used. From the results of this report 10% of approximate GGBS can give the optimum result but to get the result on micro level we can add 5% to 15% of GGBS.

REFERENCES Prof. Using ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) as an alternative to OPC requires its activation with high alkalinity compounds such as sodium hydroxide (NaOH), sodium sulfate (Na 2 SO 3), sodium carbonate (Na 2 CO 3), or combination of these compounds such as NaOH and Na 2 SO 3.

The mechanism of alkali-activation is still not fully Cited by: 2. blast furnaces that produce molten pig iron. It consists of non-ferrous components contained in the iron ore together with limestone as an auxiliary materials and ash from coke.

Depending on the cooling method used, it is classified either as air-cooled slag or granulated slag. Steel making slag consists of converter slag (Basic oxygen furnace File Size: KB. Expanding the use of Portland blast furnace slag cement is one measure included in the plan to achieve the targets of the Kyoto Protocol, and there are large expectations for its ability to help reduce CO 2 emissions.

Under the Kyoto Protocol, Japan has made a commitment to the world to reduce its – emissions of greenhouse gases by 6% from levels. Nadeem and A. Pofale, "Utilization of Industrial Waste Slag as Aggregate in Concrete Applications by Adopting Taguchi’s Approach for Optimization," Open Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol.

2 No. 3,pp. doi: /ojceCited by: A blast furnace is a type of metallurgical furnace used for smelting to produce industrial metals, generally pig iron, but also others such as lead or copper. Blast refers to the combustion air being "forced" or supplied above atmospheric pressure.

In a blast furnace, fuel (), ores, and flux are continuously supplied through the top of the furnace, while a hot blast of air (sometimes with. The use of granulated blast furnace slag, assuming a sufficiently long period of moist curing and good compaction, results in decreased total porosity of hardened concrete.

Analysis of the pore size distribution indicates a lower capillary pore volume and a Author: Jerzy Wawrzeńczyk, Agnieszka Molendowska, Tomasz Juszczak.

Steel Slag - Asphalt Concrete INTRODUCTION Steel slag can be processed into a coarse or fine aggregate material for use in dense- and open-graded hot mix asphalt concrete pavements, (1,2,3) and in cold mix or surface treatment applications.

(4) Proper processing of steel slag and special quality-control procedures are extremely important in selecting steel slag for use in asphalt paving mixes. TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis Recycled Materials and Byproducts in Highway Applications—Slag Byproducts, Volume 5 summarizes the results of a project that describes the experiences of transportation agencies in determining the relevant properties of slag byproducts and the beneficial use for highway applications.

GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG (GBS) Blast furnace is an iron making unit which converts iron ore into molten iron through reduction reactions, in presence of coke and fluxes. In addition to molten iron, the furnace generates slags in the range of to kg per tonne of hot metal.

“Slag” is. An overall review of the current and potential utilization of ferrous, nonferrous, and boiler slags in pavement structures is given. It would appear that the optimum uses for iron blast furnace slag are in cements and base stabilization processes that take advantage of the energy “invested” in the suitably vitrified slag (granulated or pelletized), rather than bulk aggregate applications.

The study on the use of blast furnace slag, steel slag and fly ash as raw materials to produce cement clinker has been carried out in the present investigation.

The burnability of raw meal was determined by the linear shrinkage and free lime content of clinkers sintered at different temperatures.

The microstructrue and properties of raw meal and clinker were investigated by the means of Author: Shou Wan Qin, Jian Jun Shen, Hui Fen Wang, Zhao Ran Xiao.Recommendation for Practice of Concrete with Portland Blast Furnace Slag Cement ( revision) Architectural Institute of Japan: Proposed Recommendation for Practice of Crushed Blast Furnace Slag Concrete () Architectural Institute of Japan: Recommendation for Practice of Concrete Making Use of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag ().