Brickwell introduces a newly-invented process which converts waste fly ash into structural lightweight aggregate, a product which can be used to economically replace mined stone in concrete, as well as other uses. Brickwell’s process uses approximately 95% fly ash mixed in some cases with water and in some cases a small volume of additives.
Synopsis: The paper makes out a case for use of Fly Ash based lightweight aggregate, as a substitute for normal crushed stone aggregate, in making of concrete for structural and other applications. The plea is primarily based on the logic of arresting degradation of nature, improvement of environment by making productive use of mounting stocks of fly ash – a nuisance by-product of thermal
Adopted process uses above 90% fly ash mixed with water and in some cases a small volume of additives. After agglomeration and pelletizing, the green pellets are sintered at high temperature, producing light weight aggregate whose characteristics are similiar to natural aggregates.
Environmental Protection:-Fly ash is a by product of coal burning power plant. Most of fly ash is dumped as waste material. Using of InGlobal Resources offered technology would enable handling large quantity of fly ash, thereby not only saving large volume of farming land but also protecting air from pollution.
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