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Foamed blast-furnace slag

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        StatementIronand Steel Institute
        PublishersIronand Steel Institute
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1937
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 121 p. :
        Number of Pages58
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        2Iron and Steel Institute -- special report no 19
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Questions or comments about MatWeb? 42, Na 2O is 0. Ammonia is then removed from the aqueous phase by distillation and either recovered by scrubbing with sulfuric acid to produce ammonium sulfate, which is sold as a fertilizer constituent, or it may be discharged to air.

معنی foamed blast furnace slag

The periclase tends to hydrate over time again leading to disintegration of steel slag aggregate. Typical mechanical properties of air-cooled blast furnace slag. 000 claims abstract description 17• 239000003795 chemical substances by application Substances 0. ASTM Special Technical Publication 774, American Society for Testing and Materials, 1982, pp. Prediction equations for the various properties of such concrete were proposed.

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British Standard Specification for Air-Cooled Blastfurnace Slag Aggregate for Use in Construction, BS 1047: 1983, British Standards Institution, 1983. The high stability of ACBFS aggregates can be especially useful in construction over soft ground. Blast furnace slags vary in regard to these properties within wide limits.