Electric arc furnace slag (EAF) has the potential to be re-utilized as an alternative to stone material, however, only if it remains chemically stable on contact with water. The presence of hydraulic phases such as larnite (2CaO SiO2) could cause dangerous elements to be released into the environment, i.e. Ba, V, Cr. Chemical treatment appears to be the only way to guarantee a completely stable structure, especially for long-term applications. This study presents the efficiency of silica addition during the deslagging period. Microstructural characterization of modified slag was performed by SEM and XRD analysis. Elution tests were performed according to the EN 12457-2 standard, with the addition of silica and without, and the obtained results were compared. These results demonstrate the efficiency of the inertization process: the added silica induces the formation of gehlenite, which, even in caustic environments, does not exhibit hydraulic behaviour.
|Titolo:||The efficiency of quartz addition on electric arc furnace (EAF) carbon steel slag stability|
|Autori interni:||MOMBELLI, DAVIDE|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Rivista:||JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.1 Articolo in Rivista|
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