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Utilization of phosphogypsum as raw and calcined

The phosphogypsum, another byproduct resulting from phosphate production from phosphate ore or fluoroapatite, can be used as a plasterboard and for the manufacture of bricks and blocks (21). The

Microstructural analyses of phosphogypsum

2008-4-1  By utilizing phosphogypsum (PG), natural deposits of gypsum might be conserved and high amounts of the waste byproduct used in its place by the civil construction industry. The results show that phosphogypsum can be a viable substitute for gypsum after certain beneficiation processes.

(PDF) Valorization of Moroccan by-product

The sulfoaluminate clinkers offer also a possible use as expansive agents for concrete, mixed with Portland Cement, sand and gravel, is used to reduce cracks and leakages in buildings and other

Comparative Study of Phosphogypsum and

2019-3-4  phosphogypsum is produced from the phosphoric acid industries annually out of which only 15% phosphogypsum are used in manufacturing of chemical and building products [1]. Fly ash is the byproduct of thermal power plants. The production of flyash is around 169 million tons (MT) in India [2]. These cementation

Radioactive materials ScienceDirect

2012-1-1  It can be seen that the enhanced radon exhalation rates are characteristic of granite products, which can be used for decoration, internal and external walls, floors, kitchen counter tops, etc. The second place is taken by gypsum wallboards made of phosphogypsum, a by-product of phosphoric acid plants. The third place is taken by concrete.

Index Terms IJSER

2016-11-28  The optimum combination of phosphogypsum and shredded thermocol which can be used as an alternative to M20 mix which can be filled in GFRG panels was found to be 10% and 15% respectively. The reduction in density of GFRG test specimens filled with alternate mix was about 4.08% when compared to that filled with M20 grade concrete. REFERENCES

Types of Foundation for Buildings and their Uses [PDF]

2020-4-17  Drilled shafts can transfer column loads larger than pile foundations. It is used where the depth of hard strata below ground level is located within 10m to 100m (25 feet to 300 feet). Drilled shafts or caisson foundation is not suitable when deep deposits of