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The fly ash of class C for ceramic technology

SOKOLÁŘ, R. NGUYEN, M.

Originální název

The fly ash of class C for ceramic technology

Anglický název

The fly ash of class C for ceramic technology

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en

Originální abstrakt

The properties of different Czech fluidized fly ashes FFA (class C fly ash according to ASTM C618 12a with high content of CaO in the form of anhydrite primarily) and emisions of SO2 in flue gas during the firing of FFA are discussed. The decomposition of anhydrite CaSO4 was observed during the soaking time at 1200 °C during the firing of dry pressed bodies based on pure fluidized fly ash. The effect od fluidized fly ashes admixtures on the properties of ceramic bodies is as fluxing agent and the source of CaO for the creation of anorthite in the fired ceramic body. The properties of domestic fluidized fly ashes in connection with their utilization in ceramic technology are described.

Anglický abstrakt

The properties of different Czech fluidized fly ashes FFA (class C fly ash according to ASTM C618 12a with high content of CaO in the form of anhydrite primarily) and emisions of SO2 in flue gas during the firing of FFA are discussed. The decomposition of anhydrite CaSO4 was observed during the soaking time at 1200 °C during the firing of dry pressed bodies based on pure fluidized fly ash. The effect od fluidized fly ashes admixtures on the properties of ceramic bodies is as fluxing agent and the source of CaO for the creation of anorthite in the fired ceramic body. The properties of domestic fluidized fly ashes in connection with their utilization in ceramic technology are described.

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@inproceedings{BUT155225,
  author="Radomír {Sokolář} and Martin {Nguyen}",
  title="The fly ash of class C for ceramic technology",
  annote="The properties of different Czech fluidized fly ashes FFA (class C fly ash according to ASTM C618 12a with high content of CaO in the form of anhydrite primarily) and emisions of SO2 in flue gas during the firing of FFA are discussed. The decomposition of anhydrite CaSO4 was observed during the soaking time at 1200 °C during the firing of dry pressed bodies based on pure fluidized fly ash. The effect od fluidized fly ashes admixtures on the
properties of ceramic bodies is as fluxing agent and the source of CaO for the creation of anorthite in the fired ceramic body. The properties of domestic fluidized fly ashes in connection with their utilization in ceramic technology are described.",
  address="IOP Publishing",
  booktitle="Construmat 2018",
  chapter="155225",
  doi="10.1088/1757-899X/385/1/012053",
  edition="2018",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="IOP Publishing",
  number="1",
  year="2018",
  month="july",
  pages="1--6",
  publisher="IOP Publishing",
  type="conference paper"
}