|Title:||Artificial aggregate made from waste stone sludge and waste silt||Authors:||Chang, Fang-Chih
|Issue Date:||2010||Start page/Pages:||2289-2294||Source:||Journal of Environmental Management||Abstract:||
In this research, waste stone sludge obtained from slab stone processing and waste silt from aggregate washing plants were recycled to manufacture artificial aggregate. Fine-powdered stone sludge was mixed with waste silt of larger particle size; vibratory compaction was applied for good water permeability, resulting in a smaller amount of solidifying agent being used. For the densified packing used in this study, the mix proportion of waste stone sludge to waste silt was 35:50, which produced artificial aggregate of more compact structure with water absorption rate below 0.1%. In addition, applying vibratory compaction of 33.3. Hz to the artificial aggregate and curing for 28 days doubled the compressive strength to above 29.4. MPa. Hence, recycling of waste stone sludge and waste silt for the production of artificial aggregate not only offers a feasible substitute for sand and stone, but also an ecological alternative to waste management of sludge and silt. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.
|URI:||http://ntur.lib.ntu.edu.tw//handle/246246/242723||DOI:||10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.06.011||metadata.dc.subject.other:||absorption; compaction; compressive strength; particle size; permeability; recycling; sandstone; sludge; waste management; article; sludge; vibration; waste management; water absorption; water permeability; Construction Materials; Geologic Sediments; Industrial Waste; Particle Size; Particulate Matter; Permeability; Recycling; Refuse Disposal; Sewage; Stress, Mechanical; Vibration; Waste Management; Water
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