Slag Aircooled blast furnace slag ABS What is ABS ABS is a crystalline byproduct produced by the solidification of molten blastfurnace slag Production and Processing Iron production is via a continuous batch process with the iron and slag produced in the blastfurnace at a temperature around 1500ºC The furnace is fed repeatedly with ... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.Get Price
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10421 Aircooled blast furnace slag Aircooled blast furnace slag ACBFS has been considered by many specifying agencies to be a conventional aggregate and has been used to replace both coarse and fine aggregates in HMA and surface treatment 125 mm 12 in thick epoxy asphalt with open graded ACBFS pavement were used in two large test
Aircooled blastfurnace slag The material resulting from the solidification of molten blastfurnace slag under atmospheric conditions Subsequent cooling may be accelerated by application of water to the solidified surface This material can be mined and crushed for use as aggregates in concrete or fill material it is not cementitious
In addition to air cooled blast furnace slag other slags that meet the applicable physical requirements can be used with the approval of the engineer West Virginia Steel Slag Material Specifications Steel slag is created from the production of steel and includes open hearth electric furnace and basic oxygen furnace slag
Historical storage of slag The historical steel industry active in Luxembourg and in Florange was based on blast furnace BF process It used to generate large amounts of aircooled blast furnace slag ACBF and blast furnace slag In Luxembourg the transition to the electrical industry started from 1993 with the stoppage of the blast furnaces
Use of AirCooled Blast Furnace Slag as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete Pavements Final Report Report No FHWAHIF12008 March 2012 NoticeThis report is disseminated under the sponsorship of the US Department of Transportation in the interest of
The air cooled blast furnace slag granulated slag lime mixes and the air cooled blast furnace slag granulated slag basic oxygen steelmaking slag mixes exhibited the characteristics of excellent stabilised base materials A TRRL Corporate Authors Newcastle University Australia Newcastle New
Both aircooled blast furnace slag ACBFS and expanded blast furnace slag can be used as a conventional aggregate in embankment or fill They are generally considered by many specifying agencies to be conventional aggregates and require minimal processing to satisfy conventional soil and aggregate engineering requirements 123 PERFORMANCE
When it is ejected from a blast furnace the slag is molten at a temperature of approximately 1500℃ Depending on the cooling method used it is classified either as aircooled slag or granulated slag Aircooled slag The molten slag flows into a cooling yard where it is cooled slowly by natural cooling and by spraying with water