THE UTILIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL BY-PRODUCTS IN BLENDED CEMENTS
Approximately 85 million tons of portland cement are produced annually in the United States. However, less than one million tons of blended cement containing suitable waste or by-product materials, such as fly ash or blast furnace slag, are produced. In view of the potential for by-product utilization and raw materials and energy conservation, the advantages of increased use of blended cement should be considered. The potential for blended cement production and utilization and the advantages and limitations of utilization are discussed. The limitations imposed on the use of blended cements by standards and other factors are discussed. The technical benefits from the use of blended cements are considered.
- Sponsored in part by Energy Research and Development Administration, Washington, D.C. Prepared in cooperation with Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Civil and Ceramic Engineering. Pub. in Proceedings of Mineral Waste Utilization Symposium (5th), Chicago, Ill., April 13-14, 1976, p278-284 1976.(PC A02/MF A01)
National Bureau of StandardsCenter for Building Technology
Gaithersburg, MD United States 20760
University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignUrbana, IL United States 61801
Energy Research and Development Administration20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC United States 20590
- Brown, P W
- Clifton, J R
- Frohnsdorff, G
- Berger, R L
- Publication Date: 1976
- Pagination: 8 p.
- TRT Terms: Blends; Building materials; Cement; Energy; Energy conservation; Fly ash; Land reclamation; Portland cement; Slag; Solid waste disposal; Utilization; Waste products; Wastes
- Old TRIS Terms: Reclamation
- Subject Areas: Energy; Environment; Geotechnology; Highways; Materials; Research;
- Accession Number: 00146751
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: Intrm Rpt.
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 16 1977 12:00AM