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Development of Concrete and Evaluation of Properties of Combined Steel making Slag Aggregates for Offshore Structure Production (I)
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Development of Concrete and Evaluation of Properties of Combined Steel making Slag Aggregates for Offshore Structure Production (I)
Jung, Won-Kyong; Hwang, Yun-Seok; Park, Dong-Cheon; Cho, Bong-Suk;
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 Abstract
Steel slag is being recycled into industrial by-products for civil generated inevitably in the seasonal course, road and cement raw materials. However, the field of recycling most of the bottom portion is concentrated in the areas that are required to take advantage of the situation in various fields taking advantage of the steel slag. But various studies to take advantage of the steel slag as aggregate for concrete made for limiting slag was a situation that most of the studies are incomplete research on the suitability of as aggregate for concrete practical relates to an expandable suppressed. In this study, the separation of the slag aggregate according to the production methods to assess the feasibility aggregate for concrete aggregates, including through Steel making slag, a total of seven kinds of steel slag aggregate. Studies show that ordinary concrete, steel slag aggregate for aggregate and on the equally to take advantage of grading, chloride content standards such as to what is lacking, although appropriate aggregate of concrete include the deployment of only in special sectors through the combination was assessed to have a very high.
 Keywords
Steel making slag;Aggregate;Air-cooled steel slag;Rapidly chilled steel slag;
 Language
Korean
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