Possible Use of Ground Sulfur as Petroleum Industry Byproduct in Self Compacting Concrete Production
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Savić, Aleksandar R.
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The quantities of component materials used for production of concrete are high on the global scale, therefore alternative materials are experimented on, in order to replace the natural ones. The possibility of using ground waste sulfur from the oil refining (petroleum) industry as a filling component of self-compacting concrete is presented in the paper, based on common concrete laboratory tests. The physical and mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete decrease to some extend due to use of ground sulfur, but this concrete remains useful for some building applications.
Keywords:filler / self-compacting concrete / sulfur / fresh and hardened properties
Source:Proceedings Book of the 1st International Conference The Holistic Approach to Environment, 2018
- Association for Promotion of Holistic Approach to Environment, Buzetska 25 44000 Sisak, Republic of Croatia