|About this Abstract
||2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials 2021
||Chemical, Physical and Morphological Characterization of Eco-clinker Produced From Industrial Waste
||Andre Luis Oliveira Junior, Leonardo Pedroti, Guilheme Brigolini, José Maria Franco de Carvalho, José Carlos Lopes Ribeiro, Cássia Mirelly Milward de Souza, Marina Altoé, Ana Carolina Martins Pereira, Wellington Fernandes, Beatryz Cardoso Mendes, Caio Moreira Torres, Gustavo Emílio Soares de Lima, Márcia Maria Salgado Lopes
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
||Andre Luis Oliveira Junior
To mitigate the low environmental performance of civil construction, researchers began to study the incorporation of waste from other industries in construction materials. The aim of this research was to produce and characterize an eco-clinker from the reuse of grits residues (produced at cellulose manufacturing process), granite residues (produced during the processing of ornamental rocks) and iron ore tailings (produced during the processing of iron ore). To produce the eco-clinker, three mixtures were formulated considering the parameters of lime saturation factor (LSF), calculation of the Bogue potential, silica ratio (SR) and alumina ratio (AR). The pellets were burnt at a temperature of 1450ºC for 20 minutes and then, the mixtures were characterized. The eco-clinker produced presents large amounts of C2S-β. The mechanical properties in the early ages was out of date. At older ages the mechanical strength of the eco-clinkers can be compared with the mechanical strength of conventional cements.