marble dust

marble dust

[′mär·bəl ‚dəst]
(materials)
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"The marble cutting involves a wet process in closed chambers where the marble dust settles which otherwise affects the health of labourers working in the units,' she added.
1983), acrylic, charcoal, pastel, marble dust, collage and transfers on paper, 213.4 x 266.7cm
Painted in bronze, the trophy is made of cold cast marble-a mixture of resin, fiber glass and marble dust. There are 15 trophies, measuring a foot in length, for the category awards, while three trophies (1 foot and 6 inches each) for the overall awards.
Interestingly, the night-sight pockets on these Ml7s feature glass vials made with marble dust from the Tomb.
Uygunoglu, "Effect of waste marble dust content as filler on properties of self-compacting concrete," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
Other works in the show include Autoportrait a l'atelier - a video by well-known French artist and pioneer of video art Ange Leccia, where the artist has filmed himself waiting in his studio for the apparition of an idea to appear; Tunisian Swiss artist Ismail Bahri's hypnotic video, Denouement, which plays on the slow and ghostly apparition of a human figure, from a diaphanous smudge; and Lebanese artist Dala Nasser's thought provoking installation featuring trauma blankets, marble dust and liquid latex.
He can be spotted at Bahrain Bay covered in marble dust with a grinder in his hand, pushing through the scorching midday heat to make sure the project is completed on time.
Auda, "Re-use of waste marble dust in the production of cement and concrete," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
The marble waste includes boulders, pebbles, marble dust, marble powder, marble cuttings etc.
Marble dust can be regarded as a low-toxicity particulate matter.
Pool plaster: cement: ASTM (american society for testing and materials); aggregate: white marble dust with 85 minimum brightness value uniformly value uniformly graded; water: clean, fresh, potable and free of mineral or organic matter which can affect plaster.
A corner of the loft was dominated by the wall-scale painting Grey Gold Interference, 1965, and the freestanding wall piece Spine on its Side, 1970, made of panels covered in graphite, thickened gesso, and marble dust, applied with a broom--a performative coda to AbEx.