Lightweight Ceramics with Admixtures of Mineral-Wool Production Waste and Aluminum Silicate Cenospheres of Various Fractions

J. Pranckevičienė ◽  
I. Pundienė
2018 ◽  
Vol 88 ◽  
pp. 130-138 ◽  
Raimonda Kubiliute ◽  
Rimvydas Kaminskas ◽  
Akvile Kazlauskaite

2016 ◽  
Vol 176 ◽  
pp. 149-156 ◽  
R. Stonys ◽  
D. Kuznetsov ◽  
A. Krasnikovs ◽  
J. Škamat ◽  
K. Baltakys ◽  

1999 ◽  
Vol 5 (2) ◽  
pp. 125-140 ◽  
F. Trdič ◽  
B. Širok ◽  
P.R. Bullen ◽  
D.R. Philpott

2013 ◽  
Vol 743-744 ◽  
pp. 301-305
Guo Chao Qi ◽  
Feng Jun Shan ◽  
Qu Kai Zhang

Mineral wool is a type of important material for basic infrastructure development and national economy. It is widely used as insulation material in construction industries. Some high temperature industrial solid waste materials, such as blast furnace slag, cyclone slag and some metal slag, after composition adjusting and reheating, can be directly used to produce mineral wool. The recycle of residual heat in the hot solid wastes can decrease the cost of mineral wool and is beneficial for energy conservation, environmental protection and social sustainable development. The development and technical characteristics of mineral wool production with blast furnace slag, cyclone slag and some non-ferrous metal slag have been analyzed in this paper, and the energy conservation technique in managing high temperature solid waste has been also discussed.

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