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Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling
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Volume 4, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
Volume 4, Issue 3 - Sep 1995
Volume 4, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
Volume 4, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
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우리나라 타이어 수급현황과 폐타이어의 재활용 추진방향
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 4, 1995, Pages 7~11
Oil Recovery through Wasts Tire/Wasts Oil Pyrolysis
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 4, 1995, Pages 12~15
In this paper, some representative waste tire pyrolysis were investigated together with the analysis of the problems associated with the commercialization of various waste tire treatment technologies. Also, R & D results on recovering the oil from the pyrolysis of waste tires, when waste oil was used as a heating medium, were summarized in this study. Experimental results show that the present pyrolysis process has both lower pyrolytic temperature and higher pyrolysis rate than usual one and that the quality of the product oil and residue obtained was relatively even with large availability.
A Study on the Utilization of Waste Tire/Waste Moter Oil Pyrolytic Residue for Asphalt
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 4, 1995, Pages 16~21
When waste t~re/~vastmz otor oil is pyrolyzed. most of them hecome gaseous produds. and thc remaining onc, whascwelght is ahout in% oi the waste Ore, is pyrolyced residue mnstly composcd oi ca~bnn black A rescsrcll was canicrl nut loutilize lhe pyralyred residue of waste tnelwuste lnotol 011 us retnin~cing agent of asphall concrete, bescd on iolelg~r lesearchrepurl. This shows thal the properlies ol asphall concrele ~nclud~cd~ugl ah~l~tyre, sistance to Tear. temperature-v~scusilysusceptil,ilily u e g reatly improved when lhe pellellrcd hrln aI carlmn hlack usmg petroleum o ~als a hinder Iar ihe pellels isused with asphalt. The surface of the pyralyred resirh~ei s covned by ocl film and thla lnakes good comllatibllity with asphallIn order lo ulilk pyrolyzed residue as a reinforcing agenl oi lhe itsphalt concrete, various tests such as Marshnll tcsi, wheeltracking, and revelhng test has been carried out a1 KLER, Ko~ea I-lighway Coo~poration, and TCMO. Tcst lcsults satirry KSslandard, show "npmvements an the dynam~cs tab~l~lzym, d incrcase reslslance to wear at cold telnpelatule Invrsligadon wascarlied oul to sludg the possibility of soil pallul~on when pyrolyzed residue is used as a tzmioicing agenl. E~pcrimentalresulls show the rcsidue contained in thc asphall docs not cause cnv~ranma~lparlo blems.e cnv~ranma~lparlo blems.
Modern Technologies for recycling Waste Tires
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 4, 1995, Pages 22~36
Waste tires are increased by increasing number of automobiles, which are the symbol of the mordern society. The waste tires create the environmental, visual hazard and landfill space problems. Recycling waste tires is the best way to solve the problems. The landfill space and the natural resources could by reserved by utilizing waste tires. The waste tires were utilized as whole tires, processed tires (crumb rubber) and energy. The plants for manufacturing crumb rubber also were investigated for their equipments and scales.
Utilization of Waste Tries in Cement Kiln as an Energy Source
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 4, 1995, Pages 37~58
Whole tues were put uto cement kiln inlet where the tempmalures or gas and cemcnt-raw-materials were 1050 and 800- 850.C. respcclrvely. Tl~ck iln consisls of \ulcorner-stage suspension preheatel- and air quenching coolers The amount of wusle tlrcs added in lhc normal encrgy in lhc ce~ncnlk iln was 3, 5, 7% by volume Welght and steel contents of tiles. ulti~~iaalcn d elemental analysis, ash contents. ash hsion temperature. etc, wete detcnutned to inveshgate thc prnpcrlics a1 tires and ilreir ashes. Flucluat~ons of cement kiln placess, cement quality and an pollulton were invesligalerl during lhc burning tins. When the Ieeding ralio ol wasle lires to normal cncrgy was 50'0, there was nn wlde d~ffereilces m the cemmt quctlity and air pollutcon between operation with tiles and withoul tires. Tl~ch cal iccovcry was uhout 50% w~th5 % add~tionI n the nonndl energy. There was a little lxt fluctuation of cement quultty ncld an pollution at olher feeding ralios.
A Basic Study for Treating E.A.F. Dust by use of Waste Tire
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 4, 1995, Pages 59~69
Distillation oI the dust generated during waste tue pyrolysis was perIomerl to rccover valuable metal sucll as zlnc. lead and iron. Pemcahilily and carnprcssivc tests were pursucd to ahlain the basic dala for cslraclian of zinc from the slntering propcrtp ol stccl making dusts and distilled carhon of waste tires as wcll as wastc pulp sludge mixlure hr~quet were investigated at various sinlcring lempcraturcs. Permeablllly rncieased with increastng amount of waste pulp in specil~cd istilled carhon due tn the fnrmat~ono f porusily in lhe sample TIE co~npress~vsctr ength showed the vanous values wlth different amDunl of dislilled-carhon adrlit~nilsa nd at diIIerenl sinlering tcmpcralures. X-ray diffifraction anvlyscs oI a hnquet rn~rhtre of steelmaking dusts(20Q didilled carhon and 10% waste pulp sblered ;>I SOOT) showcd thal the briquet consisted ot ZnO and Fc,O.,, hut was not found at the hriguet rintered at over 10OO'C. Crude zinc oxide sintered a1 IOOOC contained OZA Zn.
Fabrication of Rubber Block by using Recycled Waste Tires
Journal of the Korean Institute of Resources Recycling, volume 4, issue 4, 1995, Pages 70~75
Waste tires arc used as landifill, combustion and recycling. Rccenllg. lhc recycling of waste tires received a great attentmu fiam all industries. Thc rccgcling methods for w s l e tires are classified inla three culegoljz, a whole tirc, cmmb rubha and energy. T h ~ ssl iidy invesligvled the pruduclion ol Lhc ruhhcr block by using clumh cubbel oI wasle Ires. The process 01 manulacluring the ~uhher block was co~lsislerl ol several slepc: collecting lilts, ctuilnng and grinding hrcs, mixing crumh ruhher wlth bmder. and shaping under heat and pressure The effccl ol binder on ll~e ~uecl~ilnicaplr opcrlics o l r uhher hlock war also investigalcd. The economic feaqihility of a surface treiilmcnl and multilayas on the rubber hlock was d r l c ~ ~ ~ ~ i n