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Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from wastes

2004-7-1  Glass-ceramics were prepared from wastes generated from refining of silica sand and kaolin clay, called Kira. Several kinds of Kira were melted at 1300–1550 °C with additions of CaCO 3 and quenched in air or water to obtain glasses.

Properties of glass-ceramics prepared from Kira (waste by

2014-5-14  wastes generated by refining silica sand and kaolin clay (generally called “Kira” in Japan) contain only low amounts of coloring components because they consist mainly of the colourless minerals quartz and kaolinite, with only small amounts

Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from wastes

Glass-ceramics were prepared from wastes generated from refining of silica sand and kaolin clay, called Kira. Several kinds of Kira were melted at 1300-1550 degreesC with additions of CaCO3 and

Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from kaolin

2006-1-1  Since the Kira is the coarse-grained residue of kaolin clay refining, it is higher in SiO 2 than other Kira wastes and does not melt even at 1550 °C when mixed with CaCO 3. The major mineralogical constituents of the Kira are quartz (SiO 2 ) and microcline (KAlSi 3 O 8 ) with a minor amount of kaolinite (Al 2 Si 2 O 5 (OH) 4 ) as shown in Fig. 1 .

Preparation and properties of CaO–MgO–Al2O3–SiO2 glass

2004-1-1  Since the Kira is residue of kaolin clay refining, it is richer in Al 2 O 3 and K 2 O than other Kira wastes. The major mineralogical constituents in the Kira are found by XRD to be quartz (SiO 2), kaolinite (Al 2 Si 2 O 5 (OH) 4), microcline (KAlSi 3 O 8) and muscovite (KAl 2 (Si 3 Al)O 10 (OH) 2).

Properties Of Glass-ceramics Prepared From Kira (waste By

Five different glass-ceramics were prepared from Kira (waste by-products from processing of silica sand and kaolin clay) with various additives. Mixtures of Kira with CaCO3 (mass ratio 62.7/37.3, designated sample CC), dolomite (mass ratio 65/35, CM1) and mass ratio 75/25 (CM2), and paper sludge ash waste (mass ratio 55/45, PS) were melted at 1350-1400oC, quenched in water and ground to 48 mesh.

Frost Resistant Ceramics Produced from Local Raw Materials

2013-1-1  Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from wastes (Kira) of silica sand and kaolin clay refining, Journal of the European Ceramic Society 24, pp. 2367-2372. Google Scholar [19]

Geochemical characteristics of mineral air particles

2005-1-25  Tomohiro T, Yoshikazu K, Atsuo Y, Kiyoshi O (2004) Preparation and properties of glass-ceramic from wastes (Kira) of silica sand and kaolin clay refining (2001). J

Recycling process of spent bleaching clay: Optimization

2021-5-31  and clay is the most widely used adsorbent in this method. Disposal of bleaching clay, as a waste from re-refining plants, makes many environmental problems and economic losses. In the current study, the effects of possible factors such as solvent to clay

Study the Changes of Bending Specification Strength at

Toya, T., Kameshima, Y., Yasumori, A. & Okada, K. (2004). Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from wastes (Kira) of silica sand and kaolin clay refining. J. Europ. Ceram. Soc., 24(8), pp.2367-2372. . Vieira, Carlos Maurício & Monteiro, Sergio. (2008). Incorporation of solid wastes in red ceramics An updated review. Material (Rio de Janeiro). 14.

Preparation of Glass-ceramics from Inorganic Wastes

2010-5-31  Various inorganic wastes are generated by industrial and everyday human activities. In this review, the preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from wastes (Kira) generated from refining of silica sand and kaolin clay as plate glass and porcelain raw materials are described as an example of the conversion of wastes to functional ceramics.

Glass-ceramics: Their production from wastes—A

4.5.10. Clay-refining waste (Kira) Only the fine fraction of the mined kaolin clay is used for porcelain production. The coarse fraction that remains after the refining process is normally reburied as a waste product. Given its composition, consisting mainly of quartz, kaolinite, feldspar and mica, it is a suitable raw material for glass-ceramics.

Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from

Glass-ceramics were prepared from wastes generated from refining of silica sand and kaolin clay, called Kira. Several kinds of Kira were melted at 1300–1550 °C with additions of CaCO 3 and quenched in air or water to obtain glasses.

The properties of wastepaper sludge ash and its

Toya T, Kameshima Y, Nakajima A and Okada K 2006 Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from kaolin clay refining waste (Kira) and paper sludge ash Ceram. Int. 32 789-796. Crossref Google Scholar

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Preparation and Properties of Glass-Ceramics from Wastes (Kira) of Silica Sand and Kaolin Clay Refining [ 全著者名 ] Tomohiko Toya, Yoshikazu Kameshima,Atsuo Yasumori,Kiyoshi Okada [ 掲載誌名 ] JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN CERAMIC SOCIETY

Tokyo Tech. Nakajima Lab.

2021-1-2  "Crystallization Behavior of CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 Glass Ceramics Prepared from Wastes of Glass and Clay Raw Materials (Kira)" T. Toya, Y. Kameshima, A. Yasumori and K, Okada Eng. Mater., 264 268, 1843 1846 (2004) "Comparative Study of Apatite

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Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from wastes (Kira) of silica sand and kaolin clay refining. JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN CERAMIC SOCIETY. 2004. 24. 8. 2367-2372 T Toya, Y Kameshima, A Yasumori, K Okada. Preparation and properties of

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2021-4-28  from wastes (Kira) of silica sand and kaolin clay refining // J Eur Ceram Soc. 2004. №24. 2367-2372. 11. Santhosh G., Beena, K.S. Variation of Swelling Characteristics of Bentonite Clay Mixed with Jarofix and Lime. // Indian Geotechnical Conference, IGC

(PDF) GLASS-CERAMICS: THEIR PRODUCTION FROM

Glass-ceramics are polycrystalline materials of fine microstructure that are produced by the controlled crystallisation (devitrification) of a glass. Numerous silicate based wastes, such as coal combustion ash, slag from steel production, fly ash and

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Glass-ceramics: Their production from wastes—A

4.5.10. Clay-refining waste (Kira) Only the fine fraction of the mined kaolin clay is used for porcelain production. The coarse fraction that remains after the refining process is normally reburied as a waste product. Given its composition, consisting mainly of quartz, kaolinite, feldspar and mica, it is a suitable raw material for glass-ceramics.

The properties of wastepaper sludge ash and its

Toya T, Kameshima Y, Nakajima A and Okada K 2006 Preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from kaolin clay refining waste (Kira) and paper sludge ash Ceram. Int. 32 789-796. Crossref Google Scholar

東京理科大学 研究者情報データベース tus.ac.jp

Preparation and Properties of Glass-Ceramics from Wastes (Kira) of Silica Sand and Kaolin Clay Refining [ 全著者名 ] Tomohiko Toya, Yoshikazu Kameshima,Atsuo Yasumori,Kiyoshi Okada [ 掲載誌名 ] JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN CERAMIC SOCIETY

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Various inorganic wastes are generated by industrial and everyday human activities. In this review, the preparation and properties of glass-ceramics from wastes (Kira) generated from refining of silica sand and kaolin clay as plate glass and porcelain raw materials are described as an example of the conversion of wastes to functional ceramics.

Tokyo Tech. Nakajima Lab.

2021-1-2  "Crystallization Behavior of CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 Glass Ceramics Prepared from Wastes of Glass and Clay Raw Materials (Kira)" T. Toya, Y. Kameshima, A. Yasumori and K, Okada Eng. Mater., 264 268, 1843 1846 (2004) "Comparative Study of Apatite

QazBSQAХабаршысы. Құрылыс конструциялары және

2021-4-28  from wastes (Kira) of silica sand and kaolin clay refining // J Eur Ceram Soc. 2004. №24. 2367-2372. 11. Santhosh G., Beena, K.S. Variation of Swelling Characteristics of Bentonite Clay Mixed with Jarofix and Lime. // Indian Geotechnical Conference, IGC

(PDF) GLASS-CERAMICS: THEIR PRODUCTION FROM

Glass-ceramics are polycrystalline materials of fine microstructure that are produced by the controlled crystallisation (devitrification) of a glass. Numerous silicate based wastes, such as coal combustion ash, slag from steel production, fly ash and

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