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Coal argillite recycling in ceramic raw materials and process fuel production

Number of journal: 8-2015
Autors:

Storozhenko G.I.
Stolboushkin A.Yu.
Ivanov A.I.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31659/0585-430X-2015-728-8-50-59
УДК: 666.7:658.567.1:622.7

 

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The research results of the material, chemical and mineral compositions of waste coal from Korkino open-pit coal mine are provided, and the dependence of the percentage of organic component in coal argillites on the size of the rock is revealed. The technology of waste coal recycling is offered to produce coal fuel and raw material for the industry of ceramic materials. On the basis of pilot industrial tests it was shown that a pneumatic waste classification allows to extract the remains of coal from argillite and get a stable ceramic raw material for brick production. Such complex processing of waste coal provides not only a significant expansion of the raw material base for construction materials subsector and generation of additional energy, but will also help to solve environmental problems and improve the environmental situation in industrial regions.
G.I. STOROZHENKO1, Doctor of Sciences, Technical Director (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
A.Yu. STOLBOUSHKIN2, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering) (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
A.I. IVANOV2, Engineer

1 «Baskey Keramik» OOO (1b, Stepana Razina Street, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Chelyabinsk, 454111, Russian Federation)
2 Institute of Thermophysics named after S.S. Kutateladze SB RAS (1, Lavrentev Lane, Novosibirsk, 630090, Russian Federation)

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For citation: Storozhenko G.I., Stolboushkin A.Yu., Ivanov A.I. Coal argillite recycling in ceramic raw materials and process fuel production. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction Materials]. 2015. No. 8, pp. 50-59. (In Russian). DOI: https://doi.org/10.31659/0585-430X-2015-728-8-50-59


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