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ANHYDRITE BINDER CALCINED FROM PHOSPHOGYPSUM

Anhydrite binder calcined from phosphogypsum Ceramics – Silikáty 54 (2) 152-159 (2010) 155 was 9.1-9.2. The specific surface area was 1900 m2/kg. The cristabolite, the lisetite, the vaterite, the anorthite,

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(PDF) Anhydrite binder calcined from phosphogypsum

The anhydrite binder calcined with the addition of 5% ground glass exposes the best physical and mechanical properties: the setting duration up to 13-38 min, the compressive strength of the dry ...

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anhydrite binder calcined from phosphogypsum - Ceramics ...

The anhydrite binder calcined with the addition of 5% ground glass exposes the best physical and mechanical properties: the setting duration up to 13-38 min, the compressive strength of the dry samples is 30.74 MPa. INTRODUCTION Anhydrite cement is

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Calcium sulphate anhydrite based composite binders; effect ...

Sep 01, 2017  1. Introduction. Calcium sulphate binders (CSB) based on hemihydrate or anhydrite are attractive due to their low CO 2 emissions and energy requirements. The production of hemihydrate from mineral gypsum requires calcination at less than 150 °C, while that of Portland cement (PC) requires 1450 °C, the latter also involves decomposition of CaCO 3 as the predominant raw material; the latter ...

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A STUDY ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND STRUCTURE OF ...

ANHYDRITE BINDER MODIFIED BY ULTRA-DISPERSED SILTSTONE Yury TOKAREV1*, Grigory YAKOVLEV1, Zarina SAIDOVA 1, ... Combined action of calcined siltstone and lime leads to a

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Anhydrite binder and method - Produits, Chimiques Ugine ...

A process for preparing the anhydrite binder of claim 1 consisting essentially of sequentially calcining the phosphogypsum by-products derived from the production of phosphoric acid by the wet method at a temperature of between about 450° to 12,000° C. for a time sufficient to produce a calcined granulated product having a pore volume of less ...

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Anhydrite - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Anhydrite binders. Anhydrite binders are produced by thermal treatment at 600–700°C and the subsequent addition of activators for setting time regulation (lime, dolomite, blast furnace slag). When natural anhydrite is used, the raw materials are subjected to drying and grinding. ... Estrich gypsum is high-temperature calcined gypsum obtained ...

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anhydrite binder calcined from phosphogypsum - Ceramics ...

The anhydrite binder calcined with the addition of 5% ground glass exposes the best physical and mechanical properties: the setting duration up to 13-38 min, the compressive strength of the dry samples is 30.74 MPa. INTRODUCTION Anhydrite cement is

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Calcium sulphate anhydrite based composite binders; effect ...

Sep 01, 2017  1. Introduction. Calcium sulphate binders (CSB) based on hemihydrate or anhydrite are attractive due to their low CO 2 emissions and energy requirements. The production of hemihydrate from mineral gypsum requires calcination at less than 150 °C, while that of Portland cement (PC) requires 1450 °C, the latter also involves decomposition of CaCO 3 as the predominant raw material; the latter ...

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Determination of a partial phase composition in calcined ...

less energy in comparison with other binders such as cement or lime. In the atmospheric air under the standard conditions calcined gypsum consists of calcium sulfate b-hemihy-drate, b-calcium sulfate anhydrite III, calcium sulfate anhydrite II, and various impurities originating mainly from raw materials. The presence of anhydrite in calcined

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Anhydrite - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Anhydrite binders. Anhydrite binders are produced by thermal treatment at 600–700°C and the subsequent addition of activators for setting time regulation (lime, dolomite, blast furnace slag). When natural anhydrite is used, the raw materials are subjected to drying and grinding. ... Estrich gypsum is high-temperature calcined gypsum obtained ...

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(PDF) A study on mechanical properties and structure of ...

This research is devoted to modification of physical and mechanical properties and structure of a binder based on natural anhydrite. A sedimentary rock siltstone was added into the composition as ...

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Acceleration of cement blended with calcined clays ...

Jun 10, 2020  However, early strength of binders blended with calcined clay develops at a lower rate than the pure cement. Depending on the type of calcined clay, the strength of binder made with up to 30 wt% cement replacement may surpass the reference at 14 to 28 days, with a kaolinite content of 25 wt% in the raw calcined clays , , , . Higher replacement ...

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Calcined clay – Limestone cements: Hydration processes ...

Mar 29, 2021  The development of ternary binders based on limestone and calcined clays appear as a promising way to increase the substitution of clinker. Their production is likely to remain limited if highly kaolinitic clays are required, but calcined clays with low metakaolin content are less reactive in a binary binder, as shown in many previous studies.

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Calcium sulfate - Wikipedia

Calcium sulfate (or calcium sulphate) is the inorganic compound with the formula CaSO 4 and related hydrates.In the form of γ-anhydrite (the anhydrous form), it is used as a desiccant.One particular hydrate is better known as plaster of Paris, and another occurs naturally as the mineral gypsum.It has many uses in industry. All forms are white solids that are poorly soluble in water.

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Making of anhydrite cement from waste gypsum - ScienceDirect

Apr 01, 2000  X-ray diffraction patterns of unprocessed phosphogypsum and the phosphoanhydrite obtained by firing at 500°C, 600°C, 700°C, 800°C, 900°C, and 1000°C are shown in Fig. 1.It can be seen from X-ray diffraction patterns that compared to unprocessed phosphogypsum, shifting of the most intense lines/reflections takes place in case of anhydrite cement obtained at 500°C, 600°C, and 700°C.

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Anhydrite Scientific.Net

Abstract: This paper deals with the development and research of sulphate binder based on anhydrite for the industrial production of dry mortar self-leveling mixtures. As part of the experimental activity, selected plasticizers for the sulphate binders were tested. These additives were added in various weight ranges.

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Preparation of anhydrite from eggshell via pyrolysis in ...

The true density, color, odor, specific surface area, average pore diameter and average particle size of anhydrite or anhydrous calcium sulfate calcined at 900°C were equal to 2.95 g/cm 3, white powder, odorless, 3.57m 2 /g, 96.98 Å and 3.983 μm, respectively. Calcium sulfates can function as a binder, filler, adsorbent, catalyst and coagulant.

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Morphology, crystal structure and hydration of calcined ...

Oct 03, 2014  The solidification time of anhydrite plasters calcined anhydrite may have a gray, red or blue color. Based on its at different temperatures for different time were measured chemical formula (CaSO ), the theoretical composition of using a cement viscosity-solidification meter. The calcined anhydrite is 41.19wt% CaO and 58.81wt% SO .

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Morphology, crystal structure and hydration of calcined ...

The effects of calcination and modification on the morphology (shapes and textures) and crystal structure of anhydrite powders were studied. The results show that, calcination at 100°C causes anhydrite to disintegrate into smaller crystals, accompanied by a slight increase in d-spacing. Without calcination and modification, the solidification time and curing time of anhydrite are 15 and 77 h ...

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gypsum replacement anhydrite in cement grinding

anhydrite binder calcined from phosphogypsum Anhydrite cement is largely applied in the construc-tion industry in many countri The anhydrite cement is calcined gypsum at the high temperature 600-700 176 C and it is ground with activators 1 The large underground layers of natural anhydrite are lying in Lithuania but they are at the depth of 150 ...

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anhydrite binder calcined from phosphogypsum - Ceramics ...

The anhydrite binder calcined with the addition of 5% ground glass exposes the best physical and mechanical properties: the setting duration up to 13-38 min, the compressive strength of the dry samples is 30.74 MPa. INTRODUCTION Anhydrite cement is

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Calcium sulphate anhydrite based composite binders; effect ...

Sep 01, 2017  1. Introduction. Calcium sulphate binders (CSB) based on hemihydrate or anhydrite are attractive due to their low CO 2 emissions and energy requirements. The production of hemihydrate from mineral gypsum requires calcination at less than 150 °C, while that of Portland cement (PC) requires 1450 °C, the latter also involves decomposition of CaCO 3 as the predominant raw material; the latter ...

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Morphology, crystal structure and hydration of calcined ...

The effects of calcination and modification on the morphology (shapes and textures) and crystal structure of anhydrite powders were studied. The results show that, calcination at 100°C causes anhydrite to disintegrate into smaller crystals, accompanied by a slight increase in d-spacing. Without calcination and modification, the solidification time and curing time of anhydrite are 15 and 77 h ...

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Calcined clay – Limestone cements: Hydration processes ...

Mar 29, 2021  The development of ternary binders based on limestone and calcined clays appear as a promising way to increase the substitution of clinker. Their production is likely to remain limited if highly kaolinitic clays are required, but calcined clays with low metakaolin content are less reactive in a binary binder, as shown in many previous studies.

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Acceleration of cement blended with calcined clays ...

Jun 10, 2020  However, early strength of binders blended with calcined clay develops at a lower rate than the pure cement. Depending on the type of calcined clay, the strength of binder made with up to 30 wt% cement replacement may surpass the reference at 14 to 28 days, with a kaolinite content of 25 wt% in the raw calcined clays , , , . Higher replacement ...

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Preparation of anhydrite from eggshell via pyrolysis in ...

The true density, color, odor, specific surface area, average pore diameter and average particle size of anhydrite or anhydrous calcium sulfate calcined at 900°C were equal to 2.95 g/cm 3, white powder, odorless, 3.57m 2 /g, 96.98 Å and 3.983 μm, respectively. Calcium sulfates can function as a binder, filler, adsorbent, catalyst and coagulant.

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US20080152559A1 - Gypsum anhydrite fillers and process for ...

A process is disclosed for making dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite. The process includes a slurry calcination step to produce calcium sulfate anhydrite followed by removing free water from the anhydrite while avoiding substantial rehydration. Also disclosed are dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite particles with high aspect ratios, e.g. fibers having an average aspect ratio of at least 4:1 ...

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(PDF) Making of anhydrite cement from waste gypsum ...

Cement and Concrete Research 30 (2000) 571 ± 577 Making of anhydrite cement from waste gypsum Manjit Singh*, Mridul Garg EST Division, Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee, U.P. 247 667, India Received 2 June 1999; accepted 6 January 2000 Abstract The paper presents the results of research on the utilization of phosphogypsum produced as the waste of phosphoric acid manufacture.

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gypsum replacement anhydrite in cement grinding

anhydrite binder calcined from phosphogypsum Anhydrite cement is largely applied in the construc-tion industry in many countri The anhydrite cement is calcined gypsum at the high temperature 600-700 176 C and it is ground with activators 1 The large underground layers of natural anhydrite are lying in Lithuania but they are at the depth of 150 ...

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Gypsum - Wikipedia

Gypsum is a soft sulfate mineral composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate, with the chemical formula CaSO 4 2H 2 O. It is widely mined and is used as a fertilizer and as the main constituent in many forms of plaster, blackboard/sidewalk chalk, and drywall.A massive fine-grained white or lightly tinted variety of gypsum, called alabaster, has been used for sculpture by many cultures including ...

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Properties of Cement Mortar with Phosphogpysum under Steam ...

Abstract. The purpose of this study is to utilize waste PG as an admixture for concrete products cured by steam. For the study, waste PG was classified into 4 forms (dehydrate, 𝛽-hemihydrate, III-anhydrite, and II-anhydrite), which were calcined at various temperatures.Also, various admixtures were prepared with PG, fly-ash (FA), and granulated blast-furnace slag (BFS).

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US4647486A - Fire resistant gypsum board . . . anhydrite ...

US4647486A US06/743,275 US74327585A US4647486A US 4647486 A US4647486 A US 4647486A US 74327585 A US74327585 A US 74327585A US 4647486 A US4647486 A US 4647486A Authority US United States Prior art keywords anhydrite board calcium sulfate gypsum weight Prior art date 1983-12-28 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion.

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US7556791B2 - Gypsum anhydrite fillers and process for ...

A process is disclosed for making dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite. The process includes a slurry calcination step to produce calcium sulfate anhydrite followed by removing free water from the anhydrite while avoiding substantial rehydration. Also disclosed are dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite particles with high aspect ratios, e.g. fibers having an average aspect ratio of at least 4:1 ...

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Fluoro-Anhydrite Compositions with a Light Filler Based on ...

The dependence of the physical and mechanical properties of the composition on the basis of high-strength anhydrite binder on the concentration of light filler, as which the expanded perlite sand was used, was studied. ... Degirmenci N. Utilization of phosphogypsum as raw and calcined material in manufacturing of building products. Construction ...

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Open Access proceedings Journal of Physics: Conference series

DSC curve of binder, composed from calcined gypsum, hydrated lime and granulated blast furnace slag. ... While the pure anhydrite lost more than 50% of one-day strength after 360 days in water, the strength of ternary composition achieved more than 400% of one-day strength. Camarini and DeMilito [17] measured the strength of the panels exposed ...

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Thermal behavior of the gypsum binder in dental casting ...

Thermal behavior of the gypsum binder in dental casting investments. Mori T. This study examined the thermal behavior of cast gypsum specimens, with and without additives, by means of simultaneous differential thermal analysis-thermogravimetry (DTA-TG) and dilatometry. Specimens were prepared from wet-calcined hemihydrates (Hydrocal and Densite).

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BIND AMOR: flash calcined dredging sediments of the

oxidized and reacted with lime to anhydrite. [1]. Fig. 1: Flash-calcined dredging sediments of the AMORAS mechanical dewatering plant. Results: The flash calcined material was used as cement substitute. The results were compared to two commercial cements: one pure Portland cement (CEM I) and one substituted with 20-30% coal

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US20080152559A1 - Gypsum anhydrite fillers and process for ...

A process is disclosed for making dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite. The process includes a slurry calcination step to produce calcium sulfate anhydrite followed by removing free water from the anhydrite while avoiding substantial rehydration. Also disclosed are dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite particles with high aspect ratios, e.g. fibers having an average aspect ratio of at least 4:1 ...

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Anhydrite- Technology, Patent, Company Profile, Machinery ...

Anhydrite binder Calcined from Phosphogypsum. Stability of Gypsum and Anhydrite. Report. Physical Properties of Anhydrite. Anhydrite-Engineering Problems. Gypsum and Anhydrite. Isotopic Evidences of anhydrite-limestone. Anhydrite Bearing andesite as a source for sulfur.

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Evolution of mechanical properties of gypsum in time

This gypsum binder is β-gypsum (β -calcium sulphate hemihydrate) and is calcined from devtwo different calcium sulphate dihydrates (naturally gypsum and gypsum from a chemistry industry, ratio is 1:1). Standard ČSN 72 23 01 – Gypsum binders was used for classification of grey calcined

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US4647486A - Fire resistant gypsum board . . . anhydrite ...

US4647486A US06/743,275 US74327585A US4647486A US 4647486 A US4647486 A US 4647486A US 74327585 A US74327585 A US 74327585A US 4647486 A US4647486 A US 4647486A Authority US United States Prior art keywords anhydrite board calcium sulfate gypsum weight Prior art date 1983-12-28 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion.

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Fluoro-Anhydrite Compositions with a Light Filler Based on ...

The dependence of the physical and mechanical properties of the composition on the basis of high-strength anhydrite binder on the concentration of light filler, as which the expanded perlite sand was used, was studied. ... Degirmenci N. Utilization of phosphogypsum as raw and calcined material in manufacturing of building products. Construction ...

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Properties of Cement Mortar with Phosphogpysum under Steam ...

Abstract. The purpose of this study is to utilize waste PG as an admixture for concrete products cured by steam. For the study, waste PG was classified into 4 forms (dehydrate, 𝛽-hemihydrate, III-anhydrite, and II-anhydrite), which were calcined at various temperatures.Also, various admixtures were prepared with PG, fly-ash (FA), and granulated blast-furnace slag (BFS).

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Gypsum - Wikipedia

Gypsum is a soft sulfate mineral composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate, with the chemical formula CaSO 4 2H 2 O. It is widely mined and is used as a fertilizer and as the main constituent in many forms of plaster, blackboard/sidewalk chalk, and drywall.A massive fine-grained white or lightly tinted variety of gypsum, called alabaster, has been used for sculpture by many cultures including ...

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US7556791B2 - Gypsum anhydrite fillers and process for ...

A process is disclosed for making dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite. The process includes a slurry calcination step to produce calcium sulfate anhydrite followed by removing free water from the anhydrite while avoiding substantial rehydration. Also disclosed are dead burn calcium sulfate anhydrite particles with high aspect ratios, e.g. fibers having an average aspect ratio of at least 4:1 ...

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Properties of Cement Mortar with Phosphogpysum under

ment mortar containing PG calcined at 140 C, 170 C, and 450 C and replacing cement in amounts of 5%, 7.5%, 10%, and 12.5% by mass. Regardless of the crystal form of the PG, the strength was the highest with a PG addition of 7.5%. As the incorporation rate increased above 7.5%, the strength began to show a downward tendency. In addition, the com-

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EP1242329A1 - Gypsum-rich portland cement - Google Patents

The present invention is of a cementitious composition containing Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC), calcined gypsum, a source of amorphous silica and a source of amorphous alumina. The ratio of calcium sulfate hemihydrate to OPC is 0.7:1.0 to 1.8:1.0, the ratio of amorphous silica and amorphous alumina to OPC is 0.26:1.0 to 0.4:1.0, and the ratio of amorphous alumina to amorphous silica is 0.3:1 ...

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Waste Diatomaceous Earth as Cementitious Binder ...

Paper is aimed at study of preparation possibilities of cementitious binders with waste diatomaceous earth. In the first step, the influence of ground diatomaceous earth on properties of cement mixture was studied. In the next step, diatomaceous earth was calcinated and, lastly, the influence of replacing FGD-gypsum with anhydrite II as a setting controller in the mixture containing calcined ...

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