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Type: Book chapter
Title: Reuse of foundry sand as construction material
Author: Deng, A.
Hung, Y.
Citation: Handbook of Environment and Waste Management: Land and Groundwater Pollution Control, Volume 2, 2013 / Hung, Y., Wang, L., Shammas, N. (ed./s), Ch.7, pp.491-549
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing
Publisher Place: Singapore
Issue Date: 2013
ISBN: 9789814449168
Editor: Hung, Y.
Wang, L.
Shammas, N.
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An Deng and Yung-Tse Hung
Abstract: The ultimate solution to the high volume of excess foundry sands generated in metal casting facilities is to beneficially reuse them. A variety of possible reuse programs suit the utilization of foundry sands. These programs mainly relate to civil and agricultural applications, e.g., highway embankment, concrete, backfills, topsoil, and growing amendments. Foundry sand exhibits qualified physical, mechanical, or chemical properties for these end-use products and is acknowledged as a marketable resource. Most often, foundry sand is characterized to match a target material, which has been adopted as a standardized component in an end-use product, e.g. fine aggregate in concrete. If the match gives favorable outcomes, the foundry sand is introduced fully or partially replacing the target material to form a technically competitive end-use product, e.g. foundry sand used in concrete. In addition to its engineering qualifications, foundry sand’s environmental safety is also ensured to comply with regulations. The chemical characterization of foundry sand needs to be accomplished to demonstrate that it will not pose a thread to environments and human health during reuse programs. This chapter is organized to present the system (foundry) sand operation, foundry sand generation and management, chemical characterization of foundry sand, reuse applications of foundry sand.
Keywords: Foundry sand
reuse
construction materials
chemical characterization
censored data
engineering behavior
agricultural applications
disposals
metals
organics
toxicity
embankment
concrete
flowable fill
Rights: Copyright status unknown
DOI: 10.1142/9789814449175_0007
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