Beneficial Use of Contaminated Dredged Material as Partial Feedstock Replacement in Conventional Portland Cement Manufacture

JL Dalton, ML Weimer, Kevin Gardner, Bryan Magee

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Abstract

The paper discusses a research project using contaminated sediments to replace a portion of the raw feedstock materials in portland cement manufacture. Dredged materials inherently contain significant amounts of silica, alumina, calcium, and iron oxides, all of which are important to portland cement manufacture. Proposed is a technology that uses an existing facility to treat and manage the large amounts of dredged material produced, while reducing the demand on raw materials. The methods and preliminary results from a bench-scale manufacture and evaluation of portland cement clinker manufactured with dredged material are presented.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Pages607-615
Number of pages9
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 10 Sep 2001
EventInternational Conference on the Beneficial Use of Recycled Materials in Transportation Applications - Washington DC
Duration: 10 Sep 2001 → …

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on the Beneficial Use of Recycled Materials in Transportation Applications
Period10/09/01 → …

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Keywords

  • contaminated materials
  • dredged
  • cement
  • recycling

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Dalton, JL., Weimer, ML., Gardner, K., & Magee, B. (Accepted/In press). Beneficial Use of Contaminated Dredged Material as Partial Feedstock Replacement in Conventional Portland Cement Manufacture. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 607-615)
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Beneficial Use of Contaminated Dredged Material as Partial Feedstock Replacement in Conventional Portland Cement Manufacture. / Dalton, JL; Weimer, ML; Gardner, Kevin; Magee, Bryan.

Unknown Host Publication. 2001. p. 607-615.

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