Event Title

Improvement of Quality In The New Glass Through The Combination Of Fly Ash, Slags Of Ferronickel And Glass Residues

Session

Civil Engineering, Infrastructure and Environment

Description

In this study are presented the data from the preliminary preparation of fly ash blend released from lignite burning, ferronickel slag and glass residues as well as the results from the evaluation of the validity of these constituents according to the previously designed reports. The underlying objectives of this research are to promote the possibility of exploitation of these residues as a valuable substance for the production of new glass ceramics, to design provide recipes in relevance with standard design methods, quality assessment, confirmation and identification of indicators that enable performance control and technical products. In the framework of this research, it was found out that the entire process of production of these materials passes through a glass crystallization control by adjusting the ratio between the constituent components not only that most of the pottery properties are kept under control, but the whole process results in a new product with advanced engineering advanced.

Keywords:

new ceramics, fly ash, ferronickel slag, waste glass, mechanical properties

Session Chair

Muhamet Ahmeti

Session Co-Chair

Nexhmi Krasniqi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 3:15 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 4:45 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.54

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Improvement of Quality In The New Glass Through The Combination Of Fly Ash, Slags Of Ferronickel And Glass Residues

Pristina, Kosovo

In this study are presented the data from the preliminary preparation of fly ash blend released from lignite burning, ferronickel slag and glass residues as well as the results from the evaluation of the validity of these constituents according to the previously designed reports. The underlying objectives of this research are to promote the possibility of exploitation of these residues as a valuable substance for the production of new glass ceramics, to design provide recipes in relevance with standard design methods, quality assessment, confirmation and identification of indicators that enable performance control and technical products. In the framework of this research, it was found out that the entire process of production of these materials passes through a glass crystallization control by adjusting the ratio between the constituent components not only that most of the pottery properties are kept under control, but the whole process results in a new product with advanced engineering advanced.