Physical Properties of Crushed Air-cooled Blast Furnace

2017-8-29  Physical Properties of Crushed Air-cooled Blast Furnace Slag and Numerical Representation of Its Morphology Characteristics WANG Aiguo1,2, DENG Min2*, SUN Daosheng1, LI Bing3, TANG Mingshu2 (1. Anhui Key Laboratory of Advanced Building Materials, Anhui University of Architecture, Hefei 230022, China; 2. State Key Laboratory

Physical properties of crushed air-cooled blast furnace

2012-10-31  Physical properties and geometrical morphologies of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag (SCR) and crushed limestone (LCR) were comparatively investigated. The shape, angularity, surface texture and internal pore structure of aggregate particles for different size and gradation were numerically represented by sphericity (ψ) and shape index (SI), angularity number (AN), index of aggregate

Physical properties of crushed air-cooled blast furnace

Physical properties of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag and numerical representation of its morphology characteristics October 2012 Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater Sci Ed 27(5)

王爱国 安徽建筑大学

2017-9-26  Physical properties of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag and numerical representation of its morphology characteristics [J]. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Material Science, 2012, 27(5): 973-978. (SCI 收录) [7] Wang A G, Deng M, Sun D S, et al.

Effect of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag on

Morphology characteristics of mix aggregates with crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag (SCR) and crushed limestone (LCR) with 5–20 mm and 20–40 mm gradation were represented by numerical

Effect of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag on

2012-7-14  Morphology characteristics of mix aggregates with crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag (SCR) and crushed limestone (LCR) with 5–20 mm and 20–40 mm gradation were represented by numerical parameters including angularity number (AN) and index of aggregate particle shape and texture (IAPST). The effect of mix aggregates containing SCR on compressive strength and splitting

Air-cooled blast furnace slag (ABS)

Air-cooled blast furnace slags ABS are a crystalline by-product produced by the solidification of molten blastfurnace slag. Production and Processing Iron production is via a continuous batch process with the iron and slag produced in the blastfurnace at a temperature around 1500ºC.

Blast Furnace Slag Aggregates FLY ASH REFERENCE

2016-1-17  Molten blast furnace slag is tapped from the furnace into ground bays where it air-cools to form a crystalline rock-like material. When cooled, the BFS is crushed and screened to a full range of aggregate sizes. There has been a significant amount of information published on the properties of BFS

Application of Air-cooled Blast Furnace Slag

2018-5-4  The influence of air-cooled blast furnace slag aggregates as replacement of natural aggregates on the water absorption of concrete and mortar was studied, and the mechanism was analyzed. The interface between aggregate and matrix in concrete was analyzed by using a micro-hardness tester, a laser confocal microscope and a scanning electron microscope with backscattered

NATIONAL SLAG MF 183-4

2019-12-15  CONSTRUCTION OF AIR-COOLED BLAST FURNACE SLAG BASE COURSES By Don Lewis, Chief Engineer, National Slag Association Air-cooled blast furnace slag is an ideal material for use in base and subbase courses 1. Inherent properties of the slag provide advantages in engineering performance and in economy.

Physical properties of crushed air-cooled blast furnace

Physical properties of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag and numerical representation of its morphology characteristics October 2012 Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater Sci Ed 27(5)

王爱国 安徽建筑大学

2017-9-26  Physical properties of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag and numerical representation of its morphology characteristics [J]. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Material Science, 2012, 27(5): 973-978. (SCI 收录) [7] Wang A G, Deng M, Sun D S, et al.

Air-cooled blast furnace slag (ABS)

Air-cooled blast furnace slags ABS are a crystalline by-product produced by the solidification of molten blastfurnace slag. Production and Processing Iron production is via a continuous batch process with the iron and slag produced in the blastfurnace at a temperature around 1500ºC.

Blast Furnace Slag Aggregates FLY ASH REFERENCE

2016-1-17  Molten blast furnace slag is tapped from the furnace into ground bays where it air-cools to form a crystalline rock-like material. When cooled, the BFS is crushed and screened to a full range of aggregate sizes. There has been a significant amount of information published on the properties of BFS

Daosheng Sun's research works Anhui Jianzhu

Physical properties and geometrical morphologies of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag (SCR) and crushed limestone (LCR) were comparatively investigated. The shape, angularity, surface texture

Technical Report UDC 669 . 162 . 275 . 2 : 666 . 972 . 12

2015-7-27  iron in blast furnaces. The amount of slag generation is roughly 300 kg per ton of pig iron produced, and the annual production of blast furnace slag (BF slag) in Japan exceeds 24 million t (all units herein are metric).1) As seen in Fig. 1, BF slag is divided into air-cooled slag and granulated slag. The former is produced by letting molten

Crushed Slag Properties biofarmapodhajkem.cz

Air-cooled and crushed steel slag, for example, possesses all the good physical and mechanical properties that are required for making concrete, even high-performance concrete. Fig. 12.1. Comparison of the texture and particle shape of different aggregates for concrete. (A) Electric arc furnace slag; (B) crushed stone; and (C) gravel.

Behavior of Crystallization on a Continuous Solidification

Because air cooled blast furnace slag is porous and has high water absorption in the range of 2.7–5.4%, it is not widely used as coarse aggregate for concrete in Japan.1,2) In order to produce air cooled blast furnace slag with low water absorption similar to that of natural stone, the authors devel-

Air-cooled basic oxygen steel slag (BOS)

BOS slag is produced by the basic oxygen steelmaking (BOS) process also referred to as the basic oxygen furnace (BOF) process, as air cooled steel slag (ASS) or as LD-converter slag. Production and Processing. BOS slag is formed during the conversion of hot liquid iron from the blast furnace into steel in a basic oxygen furnace.

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION FOR AGGREGATES BASE,

e) Air-cooled blast-furnace slag or nickel slag. f) Glass or ceramic materials up to a combined total of 15% by mass. Granular A and Granular M containing RAP with steel slag aggregates shall be acceptable for unpaved gravel shoulders only. 1010.05.03 Granular B . Granular B may be Type I, Type II, or Type III.

Daosheng Sun's research works Anhui Jianzhu

Physical properties and geometrical morphologies of crushed air-cooled blast furnace slag (SCR) and crushed limestone (LCR) were comparatively investigated. The shape, angularity, surface texture

Blast Furnace Slag Aggregates FLY ASH REFERENCE

2016-1-17  Molten blast furnace slag is tapped from the furnace into ground bays where it air-cools to form a crystalline rock-like material. When cooled, the BFS is crushed and screened to a full range of aggregate sizes. There has been a significant amount of information published on the properties of BFS

Blast Furnance Slag User Guideline Embankment or

2018-6-13  NSL. Air Cooled Blast Furnace Slag, Letter, National Slag Limited to Ontario Ministry of Transportation, April 4, 1995. Testing and Acceptance Procedure of Crushed Slag Samples for Leachate Determination. Illinois Department of Transportation, Bureau of Materials and Physical Research. American Association of State Highway and Transportation

Study on the Utilization of Innovative Air-cooled Slag

2017-12-4  then be crushed and separated as an air-cooled blast furnace slag aggregate [3]. The physical appearance of the air-cooled slag aggregate appears suitable for use in concrete mixtures as a coarse aggregate, because it carries good shape and a rough surface texture. However, air-cooled

Technical Report UDC 669 . 162 . 275 . 2 : 666 . 972 . 12

2015-7-27  iron in blast furnaces. The amount of slag generation is roughly 300 kg per ton of pig iron produced, and the annual production of blast furnace slag (BF slag) in Japan exceeds 24 million t (all units herein are metric).1) As seen in Fig. 1, BF slag is divided into air-cooled slag and granulated slag. The former is produced by letting molten

Behavior of Crystallization on a Continuous Solidification

Because air cooled blast furnace slag is porous and has high water absorption in the range of 2.7–5.4%, it is not widely used as coarse aggregate for concrete in Japan.1,2) In order to produce air cooled blast furnace slag with low water absorption similar to that of natural stone, the authors devel-

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION FOR AGGREGATES HOT MIX

Air-Cooled Blast Furnace Slag processes generally do not affect physical properties. Primary Coarse Aggregate For Superpave 12.5FC 2, both the coarse and fine aggregates in the mix shall be produced from crushed bedrock material supplied from sources named on

RECYCLED AGGREGATE Association ON Asphalt

e) Air-cooled blast-furnace slag or nickel slag; and f) Glass or ceramic materials up to 15% by mass combined. Granular A and Granular M may contain up to 100% RCM but shall not contain more than 30% by mass of asphalt coated particles and not more than a combined total of 15% by mass of glass and ceramic material. The combined

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION FOR AGGREGATES BASE,

e) Air-cooled blast-furnace slag or nickel slag. f) Glass or ceramic materials up to a combined total of 15% by mass. Granular A and Granular M containing RAP with steel slag aggregates shall be acceptable for unpaved gravel shoulders only. 1010.05.03 Granular B . Granular B may be Type I, Type II, or Type III.

SLAG IRON AND STEEL IBM

2017-8-24  higher amount of iron and its physical characteristics are similar to air-cooled iron slag. The LD slag is cooled, crushed and screened. The fines are utilised in sinter making and lumps are charged in the blast furnace. The iron content is the major basic difference between BF slag and steel slag. In