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(PDF) EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of BLENDED CEMENTITIOUS MIXTURES B Mobasher1 M ASCE, and R Devaguptapu 2

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  • (PDF) EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of

    EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of BLENDED CEMENTITIOUS MIXTURES B Mobasher1 M ASCE, and R Devaguptapu 2, AM Arino2 Abstract Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement replacement Activation of pozzolanic reactions were studied using up to 15%Indian cement industry is facing environmental issue of emission of carbon dioxide (CO 2), a greenhouse gasBlended cements including supplementary cementitious materials are substitute of Portland cement to reduce CO 2 emission The present paper investigates theappropriateness of copper slag (CS) as supplementary cementitious materialCopper Slag Blended Cement: An EnvironmentalTable 4: Utilisation of copper slag as a component of raw mix (Coal ash absorption +475%) The contents were thoroughly blended and ground to a fineness of 10% residue on 170 mesh Nodules of about 1cm in diameter were prepared and dried in an oven at 105±5°C for 2 hours before subjecting them to burnability studiesUtilisation of copper slag for cement manufacture

  • Effect of copper slag on the hydration of blended

    T1 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of blended cementitious mixtures AU Mobasher, Barzin AU Devaguptapu, R AU Arino, A M PY 1996 Y1 1996 N2 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement replacement Activation of pozzolanicOptimization of copper slag waste content in blended cement production Some industrial wastes such as blast furnace slag, fly ash, silica fume, byproduct gypsum and nonferrous metal slag can be used as raw material and blending components in the cement industry The amount of any waste used in this way depends on many factors such as the chemical and mineralogical composition of the wasteOptimization of copper slag waste content in blended10/01/2021· Use of recycled copper slag for blended cements J Chem Technol Biotechnol, 83 (3) (2008), pp 209217 CrossRef Google Scholar N Gupta, R Siddique Durability characteristics of selfcompacting concrete made with copper slag Constr Build Mater, 247 (2020), Article Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar KS AlJabri, RA Taha, A AlHashmi, ASApplication of granulated copper slag in massive concrete

  • Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended

    A copper slag (waste of Lac, Albania Copper Plant) and Portland cement (produced in FusheKruja, Albania Cement Factory) are used as specific constituents in the binary mixes of blended cement experimented in this work In addition to the pozzolanic tests of mixes, with various content of copper slag determined according to ternary phase diagram, the mechanical strength tests of mortarsOptimization of copper slag waste content in blended cement production Marku Jozefita a, Vaso Kozeta b a Department of Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Tirana, Albania b Department ofOptimization of copper slag waste content in blended01/08/2008· The use of copper slag in cement and concrete provides potential environmental as well as economic benefits for all related industries, particularly in areas where a considerable amount of copper slag is produced This paper reviews the characteristics of copper slag and its effects on the properties of cement, mortars and concrete 2 Production of copper slagCopper slag is a byproductUtilization of copper slag in cement and concrete

  • Blended Cement Characteristics, Types and Uses

    Blended cement can be defined as uniform mix of ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and blending materials such as silica fumes, fly ash, limestone and slag to enhance its properties for different uses Blended cement can improve workability, strength, durability and chemical resistance of concrete In this article we discuss about characteristics, types, advantages and uses []Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended cement production Some industrial wastes such as blast furnace slag, fly ash, silica fume, byproduct gypsum and nonferrous metal slag can be used as raw material and blending components in the cement industry The amount of any waste used in this way depends on many factors such as the chemical and mineralogical composition of the wasteOptimization of copper slag waste content in blendedIndian cement industry is facing environmental issue of emission of carbon dioxide (CO 2), a greenhouse gasBlended cements including supplementary cementitious materials are substitute of Portland cement to reduce CO 2 emission The present paper investigates theappropriateness of copper slag (CS) as supplementary cementitious materialCopper Slag Blended Cement: An Environmental

  • Effect of copper slag on the hydration of blended

    T1 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of blended cementitious mixtures AU Mobasher, Barzin AU Devaguptapu, R AU Arino, A M PY 1996 Y1 1996 N2 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement replacement Activation of pozzolanicKey words: Copper slag (CS), Portland blended cement, Strength properties, Supplementary cementitious material, Xray diffraction (XRD) IntrODuCtIOn Cement industry is the fastest growing industry in India As per the economic advisor, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), during the year 201314 in India, cement production was 25557 million tons But, cement industry hasCopper Slag Blended Cement: An Environmental SustainableEFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of BLENDED CEMENTITIOUS MIXTURES B Mobasher1 M ASCE, and R Devaguptapu 2, AM Arino2 Abstract Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement replacement Activation of pozzolanic reactions were studied using up to 15%(PDF) EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of

  • Copper Slag Blended Cement: An Environmental

    Indian cement industry is facing environmental issue of emission of carbon dioxide (CO 2), a greenhouse gasBlended cements including supplementary cementitious materials are substitute of Portland cement to reduce CO 2 emission The present paper investigates theappropriateness of copper slag (CS) as supplementary cementitious material10/01/2021· Use of recycled copper slag for blended cements J Chem Technol Biotechnol, 83 (3) (2008), pp 209217 CrossRef Google Scholar N Gupta, R Siddique Durability characteristics of selfcompacting concrete made with copper slag Constr Build Mater, 247 (2020), Article Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar KS AlJabri, RA Taha, A AlHashmi, ASApplication of granulated copper slag in massive concreteIn blended cements, the particles are expected to contribute to their final performances due to a chemical role and/or a physical filler role The partial replacement of cement by copper slag results in considerable energy savings and reduced CO2 emissions [1] However, if leaching of metals takes place, utilization of slag in construction engineering applications is unsuitable The aimCopper Slag for the Recovery of Metals and Valorisation of

  • Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended

    A copper slag (waste of Lac, Albania Copper Plant) and Portland cement (produced in FusheKruja, Albania Cement Factory) are used as specific constituents in the binary mixes of blended cement experimented in this work In addition to the pozzolanic tests of mixes, with various content of copper slag determined according to ternary phase diagram, the mechanical strength tests of mortarsOptimization of copper slag waste content in blended cement production Marku Jozefita a, Vaso Kozeta b a Department of Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Tirana, Albania b Department ofOptimization of copper slag waste content in blendedT1 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of blended cementitious mixtures AU Mobasher, Barzin AU Devaguptapu, R AU Arino, A M PY 1996 Y1 1996 N2 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement replacement Activation of pozzolanicEffect of copper slag on the hydration of blended

  • (PDF) EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of

    EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of BLENDED CEMENTITIOUS MIXTURES B Mobasher1 M ASCE, and R Devaguptapu 2, AM Arino2 Abstract Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement replacement Activation of pozzolanic reactions were studied using up to 15%A copper slag (waste of Lac, Albania Copper Plant) and Portland cement (produced in FusheKruja, Albania Cement Factory) are used as specific constituents in the binary mixes of blended cement experimented in this work In addition to the pozzolanic tests of mixes, with various content of copper slag determined according to ternary phase diagram, the mechanical strength tests of mortarsOptimization of copper slag waste content in blendedEvaluative Study On Blended Concrete Using Copper Slag And Silica Fume As A Partially Replacement Material Adhav Madhuri Kisan1, Shirsath Mohan2, Ayan SGupta3 1, 2, 3 Department of Civil Engineering 1, 2 GHRCOE& M Chas, Ahmednagar, 3 PDVVPCOEVilad Ghat, Ahmednagar Abstract As in today’s Industrial waste is used to make cement and concrete in theEvaluative Study On Blended Concrete Using Copper Slag And

  • Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended

    Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended cement production Marku Jozefita a, Vaso Kozeta b a Department of Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Tirana, Albania b Department ofIn blended cements, the particles are expected to contribute to their final performances due to a chemical role and/or a physical filler role The partial replacement of cement by copper slag results in considerable energy savings and reduced CO2 emissions [1] However, if leaching of metals takes place, utilization of slag in construction engineering applications is unsuitable The aimCopper Slag for the Recovery of Metals and Valorisation of• To conclude the strength of concrete when copper slag is blended with GGBS for mix proportion M30 grade concrete As per IS 10262:2009 II EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS AND METHODOLOGY 21 Materials used The strength of the concrete mainly depends upon the properties of the ingredients that are used in the concrete Ingredient Materials of Concrete: OPC 53 Grade Ultratech cement RiverPerformance Study of Concrete using GGBS & Copper Slag as

  • Characterization and evaluation of the pozzolanic

    20/09/2019· GCS, granulated copper slag, is currently utilized in cement and concrete with a low rate, due mainly to its low pozzolanic activity The present study was thus performed by first mixing the GCS with CaO, and then melting and watergranulating the GCSCaO mixtures, as to enhance the reactivity of GCS Blended cements were formulated by replacing 30 wt % of the cement, PC, with the modifiedIn the area of blended cements mour team has specialized in teh use of blended Class C, F, and N flyash, copper slag, Matakaolin, and Wollastonite It is imperative that new research, guidelines, and laboratory evaluation of these supplementary cementitious systems be developed for proper utilization The economic benefits of blended cements are in several main areas which includeBlended Cements Barzin Mobasher01/11/2003· Utilisation of copper slag for applications such as Portland cement replacement in concrete, and/or as a cement raw material has the dual benefit of eliminating the costs of disposal, and lowering the cost of the concrete (Mobasher et al, 1996) Some of the properties of copper slag are favourable for its use as an aggregate in asphalt paving applications Dumping or disposal of this slagCharacteristics and utilisation of copper slag—a review