The Binding Chemistry and Leaching Mechanisms of Zinc-Bearing Sludges in Cementitious Solidification/Stabilization Systems

Site Remediation and Brownfields Redevelopment of the Former Koppers Seaboard Site, Kearny, New Jersey

Fly Ash Remediation of RCRA Hazardous Wastes

Development of a Solidification Method for Pulverized Concrete Waste by Hydrothermal Hot-Pressing and Fiber Reinforcement

Low Temperature Solidification of CaCO3 Using Hydrothermal Hot-Pressing

Development of a CO2-Solidification Method for Recycling Concrete Wastes

Solidification/Stabilization of Phenol Contaminated Soils

Continuous Retardation Spectrum for Solidification Theory of Aging Creep of Concrete

Solidification Theory and Mechanisms of Aging Creep of Concrete

Advanced Concepts in Cement Solidification and Stabilization Technology

Extended Set Control of Concrete

Immobilization of Heavy Metals in Cementitious Matrix

Fly Ash for use in the Stabilization of Industrials Wastes
Fly ash and other coal combustion by-products are used in the stabilization of industrial wastes. This paper describes the various types of fly ashes, the mechanisms of strength development,...

Properties of Solidified/Stabilized Chromium Contaminated Soil

Three Case Histories of Waste Stabilization

Properties of Solidified HLW and Their Changes Under Storage and Disposal Conditions
The paper gives the results of the studies of the properties of different solidified high level waste (HLW) - vitreous (phosphate and borosilicate) composites as well as glass ceramics...

Behaviour of Plutonium, Rare Earth Elements and Elements of the Platinum Group in Vitreous Phosphate Composites During Liquid HLW Vitrification
The methods of γ-spectrometry, γ-scanning, α-radiography, optical microscopy, x-ray phase and x-ray fluorescent analyses were used to study the behaviour of Pu, La, Ce, Nd, Sm, Ru, Rh,...

Interim Storage of Solidified High Level Wastes
Indian approach to the problem of interim storage of vitrified high level wastes, indicating design philosophy adopted for air cooled vault at Tarapur has been described. Important design...

A Phenomenological Approach to Physico Chemical Phenomena Coupled with Damage in Massive Concrete
This paper presents the first experiments which have been done to support the bases of a thermomechanical model coupled with damage and to identify the characteristics parameters needed...

Chemical Treating Agents for Oil Spill Response—Recent Research Results
Laboratory effectiveness tests have been developed for four classes of spill-treating agents; solidifiers, demulsifying agents, surface-washing agents and dispersants. Currently-available...





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