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 Title & Authors
Heating Experiment of Fireproof Board using the Dry Process Bottom Ash and Oyster Shell
Jung, Ui-In; Kim, Bong-Joo; Kim, Jin-Man;
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 Abstract
This study is a research about performance of fireproof board using industrial waste such as oyster shell and dry process bottom ash through the heating test and conclusions were obtained as follows. Test samples show back side temperatures as follows : in , , in , , in , . In the test, temperature increases of specimens of fireproof board are kept at certain temperatures hence it could be concluded that the specimens withstand high temperatures. According to the test, it could be concluded that fireproof board made by smaller particles shows better performance up to while at higher temperatures, fireproof board made by bigger particles shows better performance. It is estimated that fireproof board made by particles of bigger size has more pore structure and it delays heat conduction.
 Keywords
oyster shell;dry process bottom ash;fireproof board;heating experiment;industrial by product;
 Language
Korean
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