Furnace Slag

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Slag, Furnace


furnace residues resulting from the combustion of solid fuel in the fireboxes of steam boilers as well as ash particles that have caked or fused into sinter.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

furnace slag

Same as blast furnace slag.
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LD slag is a by-product of a steel making process which is not being used in the country unlike the blast furnace slag, which is commercially used in several applications cement manufacturers.
It offers Portland cement, sulfate-resisting Portland cement, moderate sulfate-resisting Portland cement, blast furnace cement, oil well cement, and ground granulated blast furnace slag for various industries.
Based on the product, slag cement market is categorized by Low Heat Cement, Sulphates resisting cement, blast furnace slag cement, high alumina cement, while cement, coloured cement, and pozzolanic cement.
KCC currently produces ordinary Portland cement (OPC), sulphate-resistant cement Type V, white Portland cement, oil well cement and ground granulated blast furnace slag cement (GGBS).
GPIT will receive granulated blast furnace slag, a byproduct of steel production, by ship and then use Charah Solutions' grinding methods to process MultiCem brand slag cement.
Its product portfolio includes ordinary portland cement, sulphate resistant cement, Portland blast furnace slag cement, and grounded granulated blast furnace slag.
Mineral include fly ash, rice husk ash, silica fume and granulated blast furnace slag. Chemical admixtures include superplasticizers, normal plasticizers, waterproofing admixtures, air-entraining agents, accelerating agents and retarding agents.
Latex and blast furnace slag (an industrial by-product) were also used to improve the water permeability resistance.
The applications of many kinds of industrial by-products, such as ground-granulated blast furnace slag, phosphorus slag, fly ash, and copper slag, in UHPC have been reported [39-42].
Fu, "Kinetics of the leaching of Ti[O.sub.2] from Ti-bearing blast furnace slag," Journal of China University of Mining and Technology,vol.
It has also agreed a multi-year contract to handle large quantities of granulated blast furnace slag for construction materials supplier Hanson.