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Application of Lignite Combustion Waste Slag Generated in Heating Plants as a Partial Replacement for Cement. Part II: Physical–Mechanical and Physical–Chemical Characterization of Mortar and Concrete

Kragović, Milan; Ristić, Nenad; Gulicovski, Jelena J.; Nedeljković, Andrijana; Pašalić, Snežana; Ristović, Ivica; Stojmenović, Marija

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Kragović, Milan
AU  - Ristić, Nenad
AU  - Gulicovski, Jelena J.
AU  - Nedeljković, Andrijana
AU  - Pašalić, Snežana
AU  - Ristović, Ivica
AU  - Stojmenović, Marija
PY  - 2021
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/9914
AB  - The presented study is a continuation of the research with the aim of finding a useful
value of hazardous waste slag generated by the combustion of lignite in heating plants and its
application in the construction industry. The different amounts of cement (10%, 15%, 20% and
25%) were replaced with waste slag and silica fumes in mortars and concrete production. Detailed
physical–mechanical characterization was performed on the mortar and concrete samples according
to standard procedures. Test results indicated that the replacement of cement with slag and silica
fumes reduces the physical and mechanical properties of mortar and concrete, but cement composites
retained the required structural properties. If 15–20% is considered an acceptable level of compressive
strength decrease, then it can be concluded that waste slag can be implemented in practice and be
used as a construction material, with cement replacement in the maximal amount of 20% (17.8%
of slag and 2.2% of silica fumes). On hardened mortar samples with maximal possible cement
replacement (20%), physical–chemical characterizations were performed and included X-ray and
infrared spectrophotometry, scanning electron microscopy, and thermal analysis. Results showed the
absence of new phases and the presence of only those which were characteristic for starting samples,
predominantly portlandite, quartz, calcite and calcium silicate-oxide
T2  - Minerals
T1  - Application of Lignite Combustion Waste Slag Generated in Heating Plants as a Partial Replacement for Cement. Part II: Physical–Mechanical and Physical–Chemical Characterization of Mortar and Concrete
DO  - 10.3390/min11090925
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Kragović, Milan and Ristić, Nenad and Gulicovski, Jelena J. and Nedeljković, Andrijana and Pašalić, Snežana and Ristović, Ivica and Stojmenović, Marija",
year = "2021",
abstract = "The presented study is a continuation of the research with the aim of finding a useful
value of hazardous waste slag generated by the combustion of lignite in heating plants and its
application in the construction industry. The different amounts of cement (10%, 15%, 20% and
25%) were replaced with waste slag and silica fumes in mortars and concrete production. Detailed
physical–mechanical characterization was performed on the mortar and concrete samples according
to standard procedures. Test results indicated that the replacement of cement with slag and silica
fumes reduces the physical and mechanical properties of mortar and concrete, but cement composites
retained the required structural properties. If 15–20% is considered an acceptable level of compressive
strength decrease, then it can be concluded that waste slag can be implemented in practice and be
used as a construction material, with cement replacement in the maximal amount of 20% (17.8%
of slag and 2.2% of silica fumes). On hardened mortar samples with maximal possible cement
replacement (20%), physical–chemical characterizations were performed and included X-ray and
infrared spectrophotometry, scanning electron microscopy, and thermal analysis. Results showed the
absence of new phases and the presence of only those which were characteristic for starting samples,
predominantly portlandite, quartz, calcite and calcium silicate-oxide",
journal = "Minerals",
title = "Application of Lignite Combustion Waste Slag Generated in Heating Plants as a Partial Replacement for Cement. Part II: Physical–Mechanical and Physical–Chemical Characterization of Mortar and Concrete",
doi = "10.3390/min11090925"
}
Kragović, M., Ristić, N., Gulicovski, J. J., Nedeljković, A., Pašalić, S., Ristović, I.,& Stojmenović, M.. (2021). Application of Lignite Combustion Waste Slag Generated in Heating Plants as a Partial Replacement for Cement. Part II: Physical–Mechanical and Physical–Chemical Characterization of Mortar and Concrete. in Minerals.
https://doi.org/10.3390/min11090925
Kragović M, Ristić N, Gulicovski JJ, Nedeljković A, Pašalić S, Ristović I, Stojmenović M. Application of Lignite Combustion Waste Slag Generated in Heating Plants as a Partial Replacement for Cement. Part II: Physical–Mechanical and Physical–Chemical Characterization of Mortar and Concrete. in Minerals. 2021;.
doi:10.3390/min11090925 .
Kragović, Milan, Ristić, Nenad, Gulicovski, Jelena J., Nedeljković, Andrijana, Pašalić, Snežana, Ristović, Ivica, Stojmenović, Marija, "Application of Lignite Combustion Waste Slag Generated in Heating Plants as a Partial Replacement for Cement. Part II: Physical–Mechanical and Physical–Chemical Characterization of Mortar and Concrete" in Minerals (2021),
https://doi.org/10.3390/min11090925 . .

Influence of Alginate Encapsulation on Point of Zero Charge (pHpzc) and Thermodynamic Properties of the Natural and Fe(III) - Modified Zeolite

Kragović, Milan M.; Stojmenović, Marija; Petrović, Jelena T.; Loredo, Jorge; Pašalić, Snežana; Nedeljković, Andrijana; Ristović, Ivica

(2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Kragović, Milan M.
AU  - Stojmenović, Marija
AU  - Petrović, Jelena T.
AU  - Loredo, Jorge
AU  - Pašalić, Snežana
AU  - Nedeljković, Andrijana
AU  - Ristović, Ivica
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S2351978919302513
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/8198
AB  - In this paper influence of alginate encapsulation on point of zero charge (pH pzc ) and thermodynamic properties of the natural and Fe(III)- modified zeolite were investigated. The pH pzc was determined by using 0.1000 g of the samples and 50 cm 3 of the solution containing KNO 3 in concentrations of 0.0001-0.01 mol/dm 3 for initial pH (pH i ) in range between 2 and 12. The obtained pH pzc were 6.2 for natural (NZA) and 6.5 for modified zeolite encapsulated with alginate (FeA). Influence of the temperature on the adsorption of lead was investigated for different initial lead ions concentrations (180-3200 mgPb 2+ /dm 3 ) and temperatures of 30, 40 and 60 o C. For both adsorbents, adsorption of lead ions increased with increasing its initial concentration as well as with increasing of the temperature. Also, the best fits of the experimental data were obtained by Freundlich isotherm. The temperature had positive influence adsorption and removal of lead ions increased with increasing its initial concentration as well as with increasing of the temperature. The thermodynamic parameters (the standard free energy of adsorption, standard enthalpy and standard entropy) were also determined. The results showed that lead ions removal from aqueous solutions is much favourable for FeA then NZA. © 2019 The Authors.
C3  - Procedia Manufacturing
T1  - Influence of Alginate Encapsulation on Point of Zero Charge (pHpzc) and Thermodynamic Properties of the Natural and Fe(III) - Modified Zeolite
VL  - 32
SP  - 286
EP  - 293
DO  - 10.1016/j.promfg.2019.02.216
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Kragović, Milan M. and Stojmenović, Marija and Petrović, Jelena T. and Loredo, Jorge and Pašalić, Snežana and Nedeljković, Andrijana and Ristović, Ivica",
year = "2019",
abstract = "In this paper influence of alginate encapsulation on point of zero charge (pH pzc ) and thermodynamic properties of the natural and Fe(III)- modified zeolite were investigated. The pH pzc was determined by using 0.1000 g of the samples and 50 cm 3 of the solution containing KNO 3 in concentrations of 0.0001-0.01 mol/dm 3 for initial pH (pH i ) in range between 2 and 12. The obtained pH pzc were 6.2 for natural (NZA) and 6.5 for modified zeolite encapsulated with alginate (FeA). Influence of the temperature on the adsorption of lead was investigated for different initial lead ions concentrations (180-3200 mgPb 2+ /dm 3 ) and temperatures of 30, 40 and 60 o C. For both adsorbents, adsorption of lead ions increased with increasing its initial concentration as well as with increasing of the temperature. Also, the best fits of the experimental data were obtained by Freundlich isotherm. The temperature had positive influence adsorption and removal of lead ions increased with increasing its initial concentration as well as with increasing of the temperature. The thermodynamic parameters (the standard free energy of adsorption, standard enthalpy and standard entropy) were also determined. The results showed that lead ions removal from aqueous solutions is much favourable for FeA then NZA. © 2019 The Authors.",
journal = "Procedia Manufacturing",
title = "Influence of Alginate Encapsulation on Point of Zero Charge (pHpzc) and Thermodynamic Properties of the Natural and Fe(III) - Modified Zeolite",
volume = "32",
pages = "286-293",
doi = "10.1016/j.promfg.2019.02.216"
}
Kragović, M. M., Stojmenović, M., Petrović, J. T., Loredo, J., Pašalić, S., Nedeljković, A.,& Ristović, I.. (2019). Influence of Alginate Encapsulation on Point of Zero Charge (pHpzc) and Thermodynamic Properties of the Natural and Fe(III) - Modified Zeolite. in Procedia Manufacturing, 32, 286-293.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2019.02.216
Kragović MM, Stojmenović M, Petrović JT, Loredo J, Pašalić S, Nedeljković A, Ristović I. Influence of Alginate Encapsulation on Point of Zero Charge (pHpzc) and Thermodynamic Properties of the Natural and Fe(III) - Modified Zeolite. in Procedia Manufacturing. 2019;32:286-293.
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2019.02.216 .
Kragović, Milan M., Stojmenović, Marija, Petrović, Jelena T., Loredo, Jorge, Pašalić, Snežana, Nedeljković, Andrijana, Ristović, Ivica, "Influence of Alginate Encapsulation on Point of Zero Charge (pHpzc) and Thermodynamic Properties of the Natural and Fe(III) - Modified Zeolite" in Procedia Manufacturing, 32 (2019):286-293,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2019.02.216 . .
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Hydrothermal Synthesized and Alkaline Activated Carbons Prepared from Glucose and Fructose—Detailed Characterization and Testing in Heavy Metals and Methylene Blue Removal

Krstić, Sanja S.; Kragović, Milan M.; Pagnacco, Maja C.; Dodevski, Vladimir; Kaluđerović, Branka V.; Momčilović, Miloš; Ristović, Ivica; Stojmenović, Marija

(2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Krstić, Sanja S.
AU  - Kragović, Milan M.
AU  - Pagnacco, Maja C.
AU  - Dodevski, Vladimir
AU  - Kaluđerović, Branka V.
AU  - Momčilović, Miloš
AU  - Ristović, Ivica
AU  - Stojmenović, Marija
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://www.mdpi.com/2075-163X/8/6/246
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/7733
AB  - In the presented paper, activated carbons were prepared from fructose and glucose, and activating agents (KOH, NaOH, LiOH) by hydrothermal treatment (HTC) treatment. After preparation, samples were characterized in details. Different techniques were used: x-ray powder diffraction analysis, Raman spectral analysis, elemental analysis, and determination of textural and morphological properties. Obtained results showed dependence of investigated properties and the nature of precursors (glucose or fructose) as well as the type of hydroxides used as activating agents. After characterization, samples were tested as materials for heavy metals (Pb2+, Cd2+and Zn2+) and methylene blue removal. Also, adsorption experiments were performed on wastewaters taken from tailings of the lead and zinc mine and kinetic of the methylene blue removal was studied. The factors which distinguished the KOH activated samples were high yield (~14%), content of organic carbon (63–74%), porosity and specific surface area (SBET~700–1360 m2/g), a low degree of the crystal phase, indications that potassium ions may be included in heavy metals removal, good removal of the heavy metal ions (~47–59 mg/g for Pb2+, ~21–27 mg/g for Cd2+and ~6–10 mg/g for Zn2+) and fast (~10–30 min) and good methylene blue (~60–200 mg/g) removal.
T2  - Minerals
T1  - Hydrothermal Synthesized and Alkaline Activated Carbons Prepared from Glucose and Fructose—Detailed Characterization and Testing in Heavy Metals and Methylene Blue Removal
VL  - 8
IS  - 6
SP  - 246
DO  - 10.3390/min8060246
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Krstić, Sanja S. and Kragović, Milan M. and Pagnacco, Maja C. and Dodevski, Vladimir and Kaluđerović, Branka V. and Momčilović, Miloš and Ristović, Ivica and Stojmenović, Marija",
year = "2018",
abstract = "In the presented paper, activated carbons were prepared from fructose and glucose, and activating agents (KOH, NaOH, LiOH) by hydrothermal treatment (HTC) treatment. After preparation, samples were characterized in details. Different techniques were used: x-ray powder diffraction analysis, Raman spectral analysis, elemental analysis, and determination of textural and morphological properties. Obtained results showed dependence of investigated properties and the nature of precursors (glucose or fructose) as well as the type of hydroxides used as activating agents. After characterization, samples were tested as materials for heavy metals (Pb2+, Cd2+and Zn2+) and methylene blue removal. Also, adsorption experiments were performed on wastewaters taken from tailings of the lead and zinc mine and kinetic of the methylene blue removal was studied. The factors which distinguished the KOH activated samples were high yield (~14%), content of organic carbon (63–74%), porosity and specific surface area (SBET~700–1360 m2/g), a low degree of the crystal phase, indications that potassium ions may be included in heavy metals removal, good removal of the heavy metal ions (~47–59 mg/g for Pb2+, ~21–27 mg/g for Cd2+and ~6–10 mg/g for Zn2+) and fast (~10–30 min) and good methylene blue (~60–200 mg/g) removal.",
journal = "Minerals",
title = "Hydrothermal Synthesized and Alkaline Activated Carbons Prepared from Glucose and Fructose—Detailed Characterization and Testing in Heavy Metals and Methylene Blue Removal",
volume = "8",
number = "6",
pages = "246",
doi = "10.3390/min8060246"
}
Krstić, S. S., Kragović, M. M., Pagnacco, M. C., Dodevski, V., Kaluđerović, B. V., Momčilović, M., Ristović, I.,& Stojmenović, M.. (2018). Hydrothermal Synthesized and Alkaline Activated Carbons Prepared from Glucose and Fructose—Detailed Characterization and Testing in Heavy Metals and Methylene Blue Removal. in Minerals, 8(6), 246.
https://doi.org/10.3390/min8060246
Krstić SS, Kragović MM, Pagnacco MC, Dodevski V, Kaluđerović BV, Momčilović M, Ristović I, Stojmenović M. Hydrothermal Synthesized and Alkaline Activated Carbons Prepared from Glucose and Fructose—Detailed Characterization and Testing in Heavy Metals and Methylene Blue Removal. in Minerals. 2018;8(6):246.
doi:10.3390/min8060246 .
Krstić, Sanja S., Kragović, Milan M., Pagnacco, Maja C., Dodevski, Vladimir, Kaluđerović, Branka V., Momčilović, Miloš, Ristović, Ivica, Stojmenović, Marija, "Hydrothermal Synthesized and Alkaline Activated Carbons Prepared from Glucose and Fructose—Detailed Characterization and Testing in Heavy Metals and Methylene Blue Removal" in Minerals, 8, no. 6 (2018):246,
https://doi.org/10.3390/min8060246 . .
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