Lightweight Aggregate made of Desulfurized Fly Ash and Bottom Ash after Magnetic Separation
- Lightweight Aggregate made of Desulfurized Fly Ash and Bottom Ash after Magnetic Separation
- 김유택; 강승구; 김창삼
- artificial lightweight aggregate; desulfurization; fly ash; magnetic separation; bloating
- Issue Date
- Applied mechanics and materials
- VOL 174-177, 1450-1454
- This research provides a comparison of ALAs which was made up of two different raw
materials, that is, MDFA and MDBA which were produced from fluidized bed type boiler of power
plant and then magnetically separated. ALAs made up of MDFA had too much liquid phase at high
temperature; on the other hand, those made up of MDBA showed a black core region as well as good
distribution of various sizes of pores inside ALA. Although a good quality of ALA can be made of
MDBA only, the optimum composition was obtained under the conditions of MDBA:DS=5:5 and at
1200℃. Nonetheless for its high sintering temperature, MDBA is a prospective recycling material for
making lightweight aggregate.
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