Furnace Slag

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.

furnace slag

Same as blast furnace slag.
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Tenders are invited for Sale Of Blast Furnace Slag Unprocessed.
Geopolymers represent an alternative to portland cement; until now, such compounds have mostly relied on coal fly ash or blast furnace slag.
to purchase their 600,000tpy Granulated Ground Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS) plant in South Chicago (Skyway).
The Global Cement Trade Price Report (GCTPR) is CW Research's benchmark price assessment for monthly gray cement, white cement, clinker and granulated blast furnace slag prices and volumes.
Despite the naming, most geopolymer cements require blast furnace slag for their manufacture and thus the geopolymer cement industry is intrinsically linked with the availability of slag from the iron and steel industry.
With each tonne of OPC produced puffing out more than one tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other toxic gases, the Dubai Municipality (DM) has made it mandatory for consultants and contractors to use more of greener and safer alternatives like Fly Ash, and Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS), officials said at a Press conference.
However, there has been very few research performed to investigate the performance of hybrid industrial byproduct ash consisting of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) and High Calcium Wood Ash (HCWA).
A sample of paper topics includes research on energy saving renovation of existing building in Tangshan, power generation forecasting of solar photovoltaic system using radial basis function neural network, research review on the anti-seismic characteristics of truss bridge structure, study of reinforced concrete bridge column ductility based on VB, analysis of temperature control mode of concrete construction in winter, blast furnace slag foundation packing grading and compaction characteristics analysis, discussion of several problems in the study of corrosion mechanism of steel-concrete composite beams, and study on characteristics and usage of Japanese paving materials.
Composition I (control) of cement paste is designed only with Portland cement; Composition II is designed mixing appropriate amounts of Portland cement and blast furnace slag.
Also, waste materials, such as burnt colliery shale and blast furnace slag were promoted by government as being appropriate materials for use.
Characterisation of electric arc furnace slag was carried out through examination of its physical and chemical properties with a special emphasis on chemical and structural characteristics.
As the objective and purpose of this paper were to test the suitability of electric furnace slag for its application in the manufacture of asphalt mixtures, analyses were conducted, which are common when testing physical and chemical properties of natural mineral aggregates intended for the same purpose.