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    Carbonation of Steel Slag for CO2 Sequestration: Leaching ...

    Effect of steel slag grinding and prior leaching during carbonation experiments on leaching properties, leaching of (carbonated) steel slag relative to reuse criteria, particle size distribution of fresh and carbonated steel slag samples, experimental accuracy, pH stat leaching curves of all analyzed constituents including regulatory and detection limits, modeling curves for Co, Mo,

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    Carbonation of steel slag and gypsum for building ...

    Nov 01, 2019  1. Introduction. Steel slag is a solid waste product of the steelmaking process, and its output accounts for 15–20% of crude steel [1,2].The annual steel slag production of China is more than 100 million tons, while its utilization rate is only 29.5% [].Steel slag contains hydraulic components, such as dicalcium (C 2 S) and tricalcium (C 3 S) silicates that can react

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    Frontiers Accelerated Carbonation of Steel Slags Using ...

    Jan 18, 2016  This work presents the results of carbonation experiments performed on Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF) steel slag samples employing gas mixtures containing 40 and 10% CO2 vol. simulating the gaseous effluents of gasification and combustion processes respectively, as well as 100% CO2 for comparison purposes. Two routes were tested, the slurry-phase (L/S =

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    Frontiers Accelerated Carbonation of Steel Slag Compacts ...

    Dec 17, 2015  Mineral carbonation involves the capture and storage of carbon dioxide in carbonate minerals. Mineral carbonation presents opportunities for the recycling of steel slags and other alkaline residues that are currently landfilled. The Carbstone process was initially developed to transform non-hydraulic steel slags [stainless steel (SS) slag and basic oxygen

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    Carbon Sequestration Via Steel Slag Accelerated ...

    Slags from steel manufacturing have been proven to be suitable for CO 2 sequestration due to their remarkable reactivity related to the typical alkaline nature. In previous work, the research group demonstrated that maximum values of 280-400 g CO 2 /kg slag (depending on the slag type) could be attained in slurry phase (L/S = 5 l/kg) at p = 10 bar and T = 100 °C.

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    Steel Slag - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    If the energy consumed in steel slag grinding/magnetic separating is more than that for calcining and grinding of raw materials and clinker, BOS slag will lose its economic significance as an additive of blended cement. Although several papers have been published dealing with steel slag use in blended cement, few have addressed the grinding ...

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    Accelerated carbonation and performance of concrete made ...

    Steel slag has been used as supplementary cementitious materials or aggregates in concrete. However, the substitution levels of steel slag for Portland cement or natural aggregates were limited due to its low hydraulic property or latent volume instability. In this study, 60% of steel slag powders containing high free-CaO content, 20% of Portland cement and up to 20% of reactive

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    Carbonation Orbix

    Slag of various origins will be treated in this plant, located along the Sambre River in the Farciennes - Walloon Municipality (near Aperam Carinox). The functional objective of the plant is to use carbonation to manufacture high value construction products from two residual products, namely steel slag and CO2.

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    Mineral CO2 Sequestration by Steel Slag Carbonation ...

    Ground steel slag was carbonated in aqueous suspensions to study its reaction mechanisms. Process variables, such as particle size, temperature, carbon dioxide pressure, and reaction time, were systematically varied, and their influence on the carbonation rate was investigated. The maximum carbonation degree reached was 74% of the Ca content in ...

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    Mitigation Potential of Mineral Carbonation with ...

    grinding) required.7,8 Renforth et al. investigated industrial alkalinity source (e.g., aggregate and mine waste, construction and demolition waste, iron and steel slag, and fuel ash) availability for mineral carbonation, and estimated that the global production and sequestration potential are 7−17 Gt/yr and 67−1217 Mt-CO 2

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    Steel slag carbonation in a flow-through reactor system ...

    The carbonation of the calcium-bearing phases in steel slag generated during basic oxygen furnace (BOF) steel production, in particular its major constituent, larnite {Ca2SiO4}, which is a structural analogue of olivine {(MgFe)2SiO4}, the main mineral subjected to natural carbonation in peridotites, offers the potential to offset some of these ...

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    Mineral CO2 Sequestration by Steel Slag Carbonation

    Ground steel slag was carbonated in aqueous suspensions to study its reaction mechanisms. Process variables, such as particle size, temperature, carbon dioxide pressure, and reaction time, were systematically varied, and their influence on the carbonation rate was investigated. The maximum carbonation degree

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    Performance of steel slag in carbonation-calcination ...

    We investigate the performance of steel slag during the carbonation-calcination looping as a potential CO 2 adsorbent. The existence of portlandite in the steel slag provided a maximum theoretical CO 2 capture capacity of 112.7 mg CO 2 g slag-1, and the maximum carbonation conversion of 39.8% was achieved in simulated flue gases with only 5 min duration of carbonation.

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    Effects of Carbonation on Steel Slag Products Scientific.Net

    The effects of carbonation on structure and properties of steel slag specimens are evaluated by some different testing technologys in this paper. The experimental results of strength and soundness show that the compressive strength of samples is improved 6-8 times due to carbonation, and carbonated specimens have qualified autoclave soundness.

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    Carbon Mineralization by Reaction with Steel-Making Waste ...

    The mineral carbonation uptake is a function of process temperature, CO 2 partial pressure, and steel waste surface area, which affect the carbon dioxide dissolution rate, the diffusion rate of ions through the reaction with steel slag. The pH value is an additional essential parameter in mineral carbonation process.

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    Kinetics of steel slag dissolution: from experiments to ...

    Apr 17, 2019  Carbon dioxide sequestration via carbonation of steel slags is a promising way of combining two waste products to create value. Understanding the dissolution kinetics of steel slags, which are alkaline and rich in calcium, in acidic media is essential to

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    Accelerated carbonation and performance of concrete made ...

    Steel slag has been used as supplementary cementitious materials or aggregates in concrete. However, the substitution levels of steel slag for Portland cement or natural aggregates were limited due to its low hydraulic property or latent volume instability. In this study, 60% of steel slag powders containing high free-CaO content, 20% of Portland cement and up to 20% of reactive

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    Accelerated carbonation and performance of concrete made ...

    Steel slag has been used as supplementary cementitious materials or aggregates in concrete. However, the substitution levels of steel slag for Portland cement or natural aggregates were limited due to its low hydraulic property or latent volume instability. In this study, 60% of steel slag powders containing high free-CaO content, 20% of Portland cement and up to 20% of reactive

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    Susceptibility of Mineral Phases of Steel Slags Towards ...

    Accelerated carbonation of steel slag can reduce CO2 emissions as well as produce useful building material products. The C2S, the dominant mineral, varies with different steel slag processing methods.

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    THE CO2-BINDING BY Ca-Mg-SILICATES IN DIRECT AQUEOUS ...

    The CO2 uptakes for steel slags were 8.7g CO2/100 g EAFS1, 1.9 g CO2/100 g EAFS2 and 4.6 g/100g LS. CO2-binding ability of different wastes depends significantly on the origin of the material as well as on the pretreatment conditions. Based on multifaceted studies about carbonation of oil shale ash, a new method for eliminating

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    Pressurized in situ X-ray diffraction insights into super ...

    Request PDF Pressurized in situ X-ray diffraction insights into super/subcritical carbonation reaction pathways of steelmaking slags and constituent silicate minerals This study explores ...

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    (PDF) The CO2 -binding by Ca-Mg-silicates in direct ...

    The CO2-binding by Ca-Mg-silicates in direct aqueous carbonation of steel slag Quantitative XRD analysis of the carbonation products indicated that Ca3Mg(SiO4)2 was the main CO2 binding component in EAFS1 (Figure 4a). ... Grinding of the EAFS1 prior to carbonation treatment probably worked as a mechanical activation method and enhanced the ...

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    Technical Report UDC 669 . 184 . 28 - Nippon Steel Corporation

    NIPPON STEEL SUMITOMO METAL TECHNICAL REPORT No. 109 JULY 2015-90-1. Introduction To expand effective utilization of steelmaking slag, especially for marine applications, in 2002, Nippon Steel Sumitomo Metal Corporation commenced studies to develop a slag reforming process by carbonation as a measure to prevent alkali elution from slag,

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    Performance of steel slag in carbonation–calcination ...

    We investigate the performance of steel slag during the carbonation–calcination looping as a potential CO 2 adsorbent. The existence of portlandite in the steel slag provided a maximum theoretical CO 2 capture capacity of 112.7 mg CO 2 g slag −1, and the maximum carbonation conversion of 39.8% was achieved in simulated flue gases with only 5 min duration of carbonation.

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    Accelerated Carbonation of Steel Slag Compacts ...

    Keywords: accelerated carbonation, steel slag recycling, sustainable building materials, cO. 2. sequestration, carbonation technology. inTrODUcTiOn. An estimated 170–250 Mt of steel slags were generated worldwide in 2014 (U.S. Geological Survey, 2015). The recycling of these slags provides a number of environmental benefits, including the

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    Effects of Carbonation on Steel Slag Products Scientific.Net

    The effects of carbonation on structure and properties of steel slag specimens are evaluated by some different testing technologys in this paper. The experimental results of strength and soundness show that the compressive strength of samples is improved 6-8 times due to carbonation, and carbonated specimens have qualified autoclave soundness.

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    Direct Gas–Solid Carbonation Kinetics of Steel Slag and ...

    Direct gas–solid carbonation of steel slag under various operational conditions was investigated to determine the sequestration of the flue gas CO 2.X‐ray diffraction analysis of steel slag revealed the existence of portlandite, which provided a maximum theoretical CO 2 sequestration potential of 159.4 kg t slag −1 as calculated by the reference intensity ratio method.

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    Kinetics of steel slag dissolution: from experiments to ...

    Apr 17, 2019  Carbon dioxide sequestration via carbonation of steel slags is a promising way of combining two waste products to create value. Understanding the dissolution kinetics of steel slags, which are alkaline and rich in calcium, in acidic media is essential to

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    Carbon Mineralization by Reaction with Steel-Making Waste ...

    The mineral carbonation uptake is a function of process temperature, CO 2 partial pressure, and steel waste surface area, which affect the carbon dioxide dissolution rate, the diffusion rate of ions through the reaction with steel slag. The pH value is an additional essential parameter in mineral carbonation process.

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    Aqueous Mineral Carbonation as a Possible CO2 ...

    both wollastonite and steel slag. At these process conditions, steel slag shows a slightly higher efficiency than wollastonite due its higher carbonation degree [4,6]. The major energy-consuming process steps are the grinding of the feedstock and the compression of the CO2. -60-40-20 0 20 40 60 80 η CO2 [%] Reaction heat Heating Compression ...

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    Pilot production of steel slag masonry blocks

    Figure 1 shows the steel slag in slag yard at the plant. The chemical compositions of steel slag obtained by the X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry are shown in Table 1. The main oxides are calcium oxide, iron oxide and silica oxide. 2.2 Steel slag grinding Steel slag needs to be fine enough in order to be able to react with carbon dioxide.

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    Accelerated carbonation and performance of concrete made ...

    Steel slag has been used as supplementary cementitious materials or aggregates in concrete. However, the substitution levels of steel slag for Portland cement or natural aggregates were limited due to its low hydraulic property or latent volume instability. In this study, 60% of steel slag powders containing high free-CaO content, 20% of Portland cement and up to 20% of reactive

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    Technical Report UDC 669 . 184 . 28 - Nippon Steel Corporation

    NIPPON STEEL SUMITOMO METAL TECHNICAL REPORT No. 109 JULY 2015-90-1. Introduction To expand effective utilization of steelmaking slag, especially for marine applications, in 2002, Nippon Steel Sumitomo Metal Corporation commenced studies to develop a slag reforming process by carbonation as a measure to prevent alkali elution from slag,

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    Applications of Steel Slag Powder and Steel Slag Aggregate ...

    The applications of steel slag powder and steel slag aggregate in ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) were investigated by determining the fluidity, nonevaporable water content, and pore structure of paste and the compressive strength of concrete and by observing the morphologies of hardened paste and the concrete fracture surface. The results show that the

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    Pressurized in situ X-ray diffraction insights into super ...

    Request PDF Pressurized in situ X-ray diffraction insights into super/subcritical carbonation reaction pathways of steelmaking slags and constituent silicate minerals This study explores ...

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    The CO2-binding by Ca-Mg-silicates in direct aqueous ...

    The CO 2-binding by Ca-Mg-silicates in direct aqueous carbonation of oil shale ash and steel slag Mai Uibu a1*, Rein Kuusik a, Lale Andreas b, Kalle Kirsimäe c aLaboratory of Inorganic Materials, Tallinn University of Technology, 5 Ehitajate S.,Tallinn 19086, Estonia

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    Storing CO2 in Built Infrastructure: CO Carbonation of ...

    Storing CO 2 in Built Infrastructure: CO 2 Carbonation of Precast Concrete Products Award No. DE-FE0030684 (10/2017 – 09/2020) Principal Investigator: Dr. Brian R. Ellis Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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