Waste-containing clinkers: Valorization of alternative mineral sources from pulp and paper mills
authors Simao, L; Jiusti, J; Loh, NJ; Hotza, D; Raupp-Pereira, F; Labrincha, JA; Montedo, ORK
nationality International
journal PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
author keywords Pulp and paper mill; Waste; Clinker; Recycling; Alternative materials; Valorization
keywords LIME MUD; FLY-ASH; SLUDGE; INDUSTRY; CEMENT; REUSE; MANAGEMENT; STRENGTH
abstract Waste streams generated from pulp and paper mills show high potential to be used as alternatives raw materials for production of clinker. In this context, this work aims to evaluate the use of such materials to obtain hydraulic binders, which are referred to as Ecoclinkers and Ecocements. Lime mud, wastewater treatment process sludge and biomass ashes were characterized, and five formulations (F1-F5) were developed by applying the Bogue equations. These compositions were processed at three different clinkering temperatures (1350, 1440 and 1455 degrees C). The formulated Ecoclinkers and a reference hydraulic binder were characterized by X-ray diffractometry to identify the crystalline phases, which were subsequently quantified by the Rietveld method. The results showed that crystalline phase characteristics of clinkers and cements, and compression strengths of similar to 20 MPa after 28 days curing time were obtained, confirming the potential use of the investigated waste as alternative materials for production of clinker. (c) 2017 Institution of Chemical Engineers. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
publisher INST CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
issn 0957-5820
isbn 1744-3598
year published 2017
volume 109
beginning page 106
ending page 116
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1016/j.psep.2017.03.038
web of science category Engineering, Environmental; Engineering, Chemical
subject category Engineering
unique article identifier WOS:000406732400011
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