Gasification residues - a challenge to make durable & environmentally friendly concrete

Erika Holt, Paula Raivio

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Abstract

New concepts for dealing with recycled materials and biofuels are being explored. Development work has been done for years to gasify this type of wastes. The produced gas is cleaned from the solid residues that are cement-sizes dusts. They exhibit pozzolanic reactivity which varies according to the source fuel. Unfortunately, the residues can also contain harmful compounds which limit their use. If applicable building materials are found in which the residues can be utilised it would mean a significant advantage for further introduction of gasification techniques in modern societies. The properties of six gasification residues were studied for their suitability in compacted concrete.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWorkshop Proceeding from a Nordic Miniseminar no. 3: Durability of Exposed Concrete Containing Secondary Cementitious Materials
Subtitle of host publicationHirtshals, Denmark, 21-23 November 2001
Pages251-263
Publication statusPublished - 2002
MoE publication typeNot Eligible

Keywords

  • by-product
  • composition
  • environment
  • compacted concrete
  • factory tests
  • gasification

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    Holt, E., & Raivio, P. (2002). Gasification residues - a challenge to make durable & environmentally friendly concrete. In Workshop Proceeding from a Nordic Miniseminar no. 3: Durability of Exposed Concrete Containing Secondary Cementitious Materials: Hirtshals, Denmark, 21-23 November 2001 (pp. 251-263) https://nordicconcrete.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Full-report_-workshop-proceeding-nr.-3_2001.pdf