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Copper Slag Blended Cement: An Environmental Sustainable

Blended cements including supplementary cementitious materials are substitute of Portland cement to reduce CO2 emission. The present paper investigates theappropriateness of copper slag (CS) as supplementary cementitious material. Strength properties and hydration of mixes were determined at different replacement levels of CS with cement.

(PDF) Copper Slag Blended Cement: An Environmental

Blends of copper slag with Portland cement generally possess properties equivalent to Portland cement containing fly ash, but very different to the silica fume incorporation.

Use of recycled copper slag for blended cements Request PDF

The use of copper slag in blended cement production is conditioned by the selecting of the right proportions of Portland cement and slag in order to attain synergistic effects which give long-term...

Use of recycled copper slag for blended cements de Rojas

2008-1-28  Blends of copper slag with Portland cement generally possess properties equivalent to Portland cement containing fly ash, but very different to the silica fume incorporation. Copper slag and fly ash reduce the heat of hydration more effectively than silica fume in mortars. The replacement of 30% cement by copper slag reduces the flexural and compressive strength in a similar way to fly ash;

Evaluative Study On Blended Concrete Using Copper Slag

2017-7-13  material such as copper slag which can used as partial or full substitute of either cement or aggregates. It is a by- product obtained during the matte smelting and refining of copper Approximately 2.2–3.0 tons copper slag is generated as a by-product material to produce every ton of copper. This slag is

Utilization of copper slag in cement and concrete

2008-8-1  As shown in Table 1, copper slag has a high Fe content and has been used as an iron adjustment material during the cement clinker production (Huang, 2001). Since the main composition of copper slag is vitreous FeSiO 3, it has low melting point and

Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended

2016-9-9  A copper slag (waste of Lac, Albania Copper Plant) and Portland cement (produced in Fushe- Kruja,Albania Cement Factory) are used as specific constituents in the binary mixes of blended cement experimented in this work.

Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended

Based on theoretical considerations proposed by the field researchers, this study deals with the determination of the proportions of copper slag and Portland cement in the blended cement, having the objective of adding just enough of copper slag to consume all the excess calcium hydroxide produced during the hydration of the Portland cement.

Utilisation of copper slag for cement manufacture

2007-5-1  The joint study aims to utilise the copper slag as raw mix component in the manufacture of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) and as a blending material for Portland Slag Cement (PSC). Hence while designing the raw mixes, every effort was made to keep the level of utilisation of copper slag to the maximum possible extent.

Characteristics and utilisation of copper slag—a review

2003-11-1  Since copper slag has a low content of CaO, granulated copper slag exhibits pozzolanic properties (Deja and Malolepszy, 1989, Douglas and Mainwaring, 1985). As CaO content increases or under the activation of NaOH it can exhibit cementitious properties and can be used as partial or full replacement for Portland cement.

Copper Slag Blended Cement: An Environmental Sustainable

Indian cement industry is facing environmental issue of emission of carbon dioxide (CO 2), a greenhouse gas.Blended cements including supplementary cementitious materials are substitute of Portland cement to reduce CO 2 emission. The present paper investigates theappropriateness of copper slag (CS) as supplementary cementitious material.

Effect of copper slag on the hydration of blended

T1 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of blended cementitious mixtures. AU Mobasher, Barzin. AU Devaguptapu, R. AU Arino, A. M. PY 1996. Y1 1996. N2 Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied. Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement

(PDF) EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of BLENDED

EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG on the HYDRATION of BLENDED CEMENTITIOUS MIXTURES B. Mobasher1 M. ASCE, and R. Devaguptapu 2, A.M. Arino2 Abstract Effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement based materials is studied. Up to 15% by weight of copper slag was used as a portland cement

Evaluative Study On Blended Concrete Using Copper Slag

2017-7-13  material such as copper slag which can used as partial or full substitute of either cement or aggregates. It is a by- product obtained during the matte smelting and refining of copper Approximately 2.2–3.0 tons copper slag is generated as a by-product material to produce every ton of copper. This slag is

Utilization of copper slag in cement and concrete

2008-8-1  The use of copper slag as a pozzolanic material for a partial substitute for ordinary Portland cement and its effects on the hydration reactions and properties of mortar and concrete have been reported in several publications (Al-Jabri et al., 2006, Taha et al., 2007, Malhotra, 1993, Tixier et al., 1997, Ariño and Mobasher, 1999, Douglas and Mainwaring, 1986, Deja and Malolepszy, 1989).

Optimization of copper slag waste content in blended

A copper slag (waste of Lac, Albania Copper Plant) and Portland cement (produced in Fushe-Kruja, Albania Cement Factory) are used as specific constituents in the binary mixes of blended cement experimented in this work.

Corrosion and Leaching Studies in Blended Copper Slag

2015-1-6  copper slag exhibits pozzolanic properties as CaO content in copper slag increases, it can exhibit cementitious properties. Studies [8-12] indicated that a copper slag, which contains approximately 19% CaO, show a good cementitious property under the activation of NaOH. The effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement-based

Inertisation of copper by using blended cement pastes

2020-1-22  The inertisation of copper (II) by using ordinary Portland cement (OPC) or blended Portland cement with granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) or metakaolin (MK)

Geotechnical Behavior of Recycled Copper Slag-Cement

2016-4-9  Copper slag is a by-product obtained from production of copper metal. As copper slag contains silica and alumina, it may exhibit pozzolanic property, and hence it may be re-use in ground improvement applications as a partial replacement of cement. Present study evaluates systematically the possible pozzolanic property of copper slag as well as studies the effect of copper slag on engineering

Copper Slag for the Recovery of Metals and Valorisation

2020-8-3  cementitious material; cement 1. Introduction In smelting, copper-rich matte containing sulphides and copper slag as by-product are formed [1]. For every ton of copper produced during smelting and refining operations, approximately 2.2–3 tons of fayalite slag is produced and the management of these significant quantities is di cult [2,3].

Evaluative Study On Blended Concrete Using Copper Slag

2017-7-13  material such as copper slag which can used as partial or full substitute of either cement or aggregates. It is a by- product obtained during the matte smelting and refining of copper Approximately 2.2–3.0 tons copper slag is generated as a by-product material to produce every ton of copper. This slag is

DIGITAL.CSIC: Use of recycled copper slag for blended cements

2019-12-4  Copper slag is a by-product generated during smelting to extract copper metal from the ore. The copper slag obtained may exhibit pozzolanic activity and may therefore be used in the manufacture of addition-containing cements. In this paper the effect of the incorporation of the copper slag in cement

Corrosion and Leaching Studies in Blended Copper Slag

2015-1-6  copper slag exhibits pozzolanic properties as CaO content in copper slag increases, it can exhibit cementitious properties. Studies [8-12] indicated that a copper slag, which contains approximately 19% CaO, show a good cementitious property under the activation of NaOH. The effect of copper slag on the hydration of cement-based

Inertisation of copper by using blended cement pastes

2020-1-22  The inertisation of copper (II) by using ordinary Portland cement (OPC) or blended Portland cement with granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) or metakaolin (MK)

Inertisation of copper by using blended cement pastes

2020-1-22  The inertisation of copper (II) by using ordinary Portland cement (OPC) or blended Portland cement with granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) or metakaolin (MK) was studied. Various mixes were prepared by using a water/solid ratio (W/S) of 0·28 (by weight).

EFFECT OF COPPER SLAG AS SUPPLEMENTARY

blended cement was studied using 15% copper slag and 1.5% lime as activator. They observed a prolonged strength gain after 28 days, up to 90 days, which was absent for the control mixture with no copper slag and lime. In Tixier et al. [5] a positive effect on the compressive strength from adding copper slag was noticed. This copper slag was well

An Experimental Investigation on the Strength Parameters

2019-7-1  copper slag as partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate in certain proportions thereby getting an idea about the strengths they induce in concrete. After 28th day tests on certain proportions an optimum percentage is chosen in each of GGBS and copper slag and these both are blended in

(PDF) characteristics of blended cement ayan sengupta

Copper slag also exhibits pozzolanic properties since it contains low CaO Under activation with NaOH, it can exhibit cementitious property and can be used as partial or full replacement for Portland cement. The utilization of copper slag for applications such as Portland cement replacement in concrete, or as raw material has the dual benefit of

Geotechnical Behavior of Recycled Copper Slag-Cement

2016-4-9  Copper slag is a by-product obtained from production of copper metal. As copper slag contains silica and alumina, it may exhibit pozzolanic property, and hence it may be re-use in ground improvement applications as a partial replacement of cement. Present study evaluates systematically the possible pozzolanic property of copper slag as well as studies the effect of copper slag on engineering

Blended Cements Barzin Mobasher

The knowledge of using blended cement systems allows cost-effective solutions and a greater flexibility in meeting the design requirements. In the area of blended cements mour team has specialized in teh use of blended Class C, F, and N flyash, copper slag, Matakaolin, and Wollastonite.