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Study on Semi-Dry Process Developement of BP's Sludge by Non-Heating Manufacture Method
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Study on Semi-Dry Process Developement of BP's Sludge by Non-Heating Manufacture Method
Kim, Byeong-Ki; Kim, Jae-Hwan; Kang, Seok-Pyo; Kang, Hye-Ju;
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 Abstract
This study relates to an investigation into semi-dry manufacturing process of BP sludge based on non-heating production method. In this study, we conducted a research into reduction of water content ratio which arose from mixture of BP by-products of high water content ratio(50% or higher) with industrial by-products to use such BP by-products as construction materials in large quantity. We measured the reduction rate of water content ratio at the feeding ratio of water content reduction agent(1:0.5) in BP by-products. The results showed that water content ratio was the lowest with 18.5% in the mixture of PA+CFA(1:0.5). Moreover, water content ratio ranged between approximately 9.2% and 11.4% at the age of 1 day to 2 days at the aging temperature of , suggesting that the water content ratio was in the range within 10% which was a level suitable for use as construction material in this study. Meanwhile, we compared and evaluated the physical properties of non-heated BP by-products based on post-aging pulverization method. The results showed that there was no significant difference, depending on pulverization method. When production efficiency and economic feasibility were taken into consideration, it was found desirable to use fine particle pulverizer or pin mill enabling continuous production.
 Keywords
BP sludge;By-products;Non-heating manufacture method;Semi-dry process;
 Language
Korean
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