slag sand

slag sand

[′slag ‚sand]
(materials)
Slag that has been finely crushed for use in mortar and concrete.
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slag sand

Slag which has been crushed to a very fine aggregate and graded; used in mortar, concrete, etc.
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The Green Diamond product is a nickel slag sand that is refined and sized and contains no free silica.
It is also interesting to note that, as long as both ratios (namely, fly ash cement or copper slag sand) are not [approximately equal to] [greater than or equal to] 1.0, there seems to be no abrupt change in the trend of variation of strength.
(1) If fly ash is used for partial replacing cement in concrete making, it seems to be necessary to replace fine aggregate also by copper slag, ensuring that not both ratios (namely, fly ash cement or copper slag sand) exceed 1.0.
The rest of the refuse area would be covered by geotextile, a polyethylene liner, slag sand and vegetation.