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Spent fluid cracking catalyst is produced at Mobil and Shell refineries.

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Reuse of oil catalyst in cement manufacture

A joint Boral, Shell and Mobil project that used oil industry spent catalyst as a raw material replacement in cement has diverted 4000 tonnes per year of material from landfill, conserved virgin resources and provided cost savings. Brian McGrath reports. Read more »
Various concrete pavement surfaces after polishing to AS1141.41.

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Specifying manufactured sands for concrete applications

With the diminishing availability of natural sand resources in many regions around the world, quarry engineers and concrete technologists have taken up the challenge in improving the production and selection of quality man-made sands suitable for concrete production.  Read more »
 Field trial – Hanson Brandy Hill quarry.

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Coal power station waste as a fine aggregate replacement in concrete

With sand resources likely to be depleted in the future, attention is turning to options for fine aggregate. Rishabh Satsangi discusses research into the use of coal bottom ash as a viable substitute for the application of sand in concrete manufacturing. Read more »
The equipment and testing sequence shown in the improved MBV method.

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New test method for assessing fine aggregate

Traditionally, good quality manufactured sand for use in concrete mixes has been achieved by measuring and chemically treating the deleterious clays within the fines. Leon Bablouzian, Nathan Tregger and Tasha Eagle outline a new test procedure for assessing clay contamination.
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Australia is very fortunate to have high quality black coal deposits readily available.

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Developing high performance construction materials with coal combustion products

A by-product of the coal-fired power process, coal combustion products – CCPs – are an alternative for roadbase materials and concrete applications. Michael van Koeverden discusses the properties of CCPs and how they can be adapted to roadbase design. Read more »


 


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