Carbonized Steel-Smelting Slag Is a Promising Raw Material for the Production of Artificial Concrete
Igor Romanenko, Alexey Fadin, Maria Romanenkodownload PDF
Abstract. Obtaining an artificial stone based on steel-smelting slag is possible as a result of carbonization of the feedstock in carbon dioxide. The feedstock – slag and carbon dioxide – are by-products from steel smelting in electric furnaces, which must be disposed of in order to improve the environmental situation in the region. The condition for obtaining the cementing ability of steelmaking slag is the preparation of a charge with certain properties and maturation technology: humidity, dispersion of the fine fraction and the maximum size of the coarse fraction, the ratio between the coarse and dispersed fractions, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the gas-air environment, temperature, pressure and flow time. carbonization reactions in the reactor, the magnitude of the pressure during the production of pressed articles, the process of stone maturation in the post-carbonization period.
Steelmaking Slag, Carbon Dioxide, Carbonization, Matrix, Structure, Hydration, Clinker Fund, Strength
Published online 1/5/2022, 4 pages
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Citation: Igor Romanenko, Alexey Fadin, Maria Romanenko, Carbonized Steel-Smelting Slag Is a Promising Raw Material for the Production of Artificial Concrete, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 28-31, 2022
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