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Title
The influence of waste glass slurry on the properties of concrete
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Abstract
The grinding of glass waste chips in a w et environment for 120 minutes gives possibilit y to obtain particles finer in size in comparison to glass waste chips ground in dry environment. The particle distribution analysis showed that borosilicate glass lamp waste slurry has particle size in the range o f 0.713 μm to 8 . 088 μm, fluorescent lamp glass waste slurry - from 2 . 473 μm to 20 . 088 μm, amber glass cullet slurry - from 1 . 435 μm to 21 . 118 μm, green glass cullet slurry - from 0 . 903 μm to 23 . 125 μm, flint glass cullet slurry - from 1 . 511 μm to 8 . 932 μm. T he obtained waste glass slurries show pozzolanic characteristics and using of them as a cement component in concrete might be a solution for CO 2 and accumulated landfilled glass wastes reduction. Application of waste glass slurries in concrete has a positi ve effect on workability of concrete mix tur es and improves considerably mechanical properties of concrete at early ages . The alkali - silica reactivity ( ASR ) tests results indicate that the presence of finely ground waste glass in w et environment has a relat ively small influence on ASR expansion.
Language
English
Source (journal)
International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management
Publication
2013
ISSN
2319-4847
Volume/pages
2 :8 (2013) , p. 325-330
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 20.11.2018
Last edited 04.05.2021