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MOGUĆNOSTI KORIŠĆENJA OTPADNOG MOGUĆNOSTI KORIŠĆENJA OTPADNOG SUMPORA U BETONIMA I NJIHOVA PRIMENA SUMPORA U BETONIMA I NJIHOVA PRIMENA POSSIBILITIES OF USING SULFUR FOR POSSIBILITIES OF USING SULFUR FOR CONCRETE PRODUCTION AND ITS CONCRETE PRODUCTION AND ITS APPLICATION APPLICATION MILICA VLAHOVIĆ, Univerzitet u Beogradu , IHTM, MILICA VLAHOVIĆ, Univerzitet u Beogradu , IHTM, [email protected] [email protected], ALEKSANDAR SAVIĆ, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Građevinski fakultet, ALEKSANDAR SAVIĆ, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Građevinski fakultet, [email protected] [email protected], SANJA MARTINOVIĆ, Univerzitet u Beogradu, IHTM, SANJA MARTINOVIĆ, Univerzitet u Beogradu, IHTM, [email protected] [email protected], TATJANA VOLKOV-HUSOVIĆ. Univerzitet u Beogradu, TATJANA VOLKOV-HUSOVIĆ. Univerzitet u Beogradu, T ehnološko-metalurški fakultet, ehnološko-metalurški fakultet, [email protected] [email protected]

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  • MOGUNOSTI KORIENJA OTPADNOG MOGUNOSTI KORIENJA OTPADNOG SUMPORA U BETONIMA I NJIHOVA PRIMENASUMPORA U BETONIMA I NJIHOVA PRIMENA

    POSSIBILITIES OF USING SULFUR FOR POSSIBILITIES OF USING SULFUR FOR CONCRETE PRODUCTION AND ITS CONCRETE PRODUCTION AND ITS

    APPLICATIONAPPLICATIONMILICA VLAHOVI, Univerzitet u Beogradu , IHTM, MILICA VLAHOVI, Univerzitet u Beogradu , IHTM, [email protected]@ihtm.bg.ac.rs,,

    ALEKSANDAR SAVI, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Graevinski fakultet, ALEKSANDAR SAVI, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Graevinski fakultet, [email protected]@imk.grf.bg.ac.rs,,SANJA MARTINOVI, Univerzitet u Beogradu, IHTM, SANJA MARTINOVI, Univerzitet u Beogradu, IHTM, [email protected]@ihtm.bg.ac.rs,,

    TATJANA VOLKOV-HUSOVI. Univerzitet u Beogradu, TATJANA VOLKOV-HUSOVI. Univerzitet u Beogradu, TTehnoloko-metalurki fakultet, ehnoloko-metalurki fakultet, [email protected]@tmf.bg.ac.rs

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]

  • ABSTRACTABSTRACT

    Two types of concrete will be shown in this paper: First type of concrete is sulfur concrete, where part of Portland cement was replaced with sulfur. Second type of concrete is self-compacting concrete, where sulfur replaced part of the filler, with different contents. Analysis of the required amount of sulfur for these types of concretes, as well as the influence on the quality achieved and potential application in objects for Renewable energy, will be discussed.

  • INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION

    The aim of the project: application of secondary sulfur

    The global production of sulfur in 2013 and 2014 amounted to about 60 million tonnes per year (by 2019: 70 million tonnes per year)

  • Sulfur concreteSulfur concrete (SC) is a thermoplastic composite, (SC) is a thermoplastic composite, made with mineral aggregates and fillers. made with mineral aggregates and fillers.

    Binder: Sulfur (t>115Binder: Sulfur (t>115C)C)Origin: PanOrigin: Panevo Oil Refineryevo Oil Refinery

    Aggregate: Aggregate: SSand (d < 4 mm)and (d < 4 mm)

    Various fillers (talc, alumina, silica fume and fly ash)Various fillers (talc, alumina, silica fume and fly ash)

  • Advantages of sulfur concrete:Advantages of sulfur concrete:

    Resistance to many acids and salts, the Resistance to many acids and salts, the use in aggressive conditionsuse in aggressive conditions

    Low permeability, sealing materialsLow permeability, sealing materials

    Fast curing and achieving min. 70-80% Fast curing and achieving min. 70-80% of the properties during first 24hof the properties during first 24h

  • Application at temperatures below 0CApplication at temperatures below 0C

    Higher tensile, compressive and flexural Higher tensile, compressive and flexural strength, as well as a greater resistance strength, as well as a greater resistance to fatigueto fatigue

    The possibility of recyclingThe possibility of recycling

  • Disadvantages of sulfur concreteDisadvantages of sulfur concrete ::

    The price of a modified sulfur The price of a modified sulfur binder is 2-3x higher than PCbinder is 2-3x higher than PC

    The temperature of the mixture The temperature of the mixture and separation of SOand separation of SO22 and H and H22SS

    Long after the production and Long after the production and installation, odor remainsinstallation, odor remains

  • Self-compacting concreteSelf-compacting concrete (SCC) can be defined as (SCC) can be defined as concrete that will, without any mechanical means of concrete that will, without any mechanical means of placing, fill in all corners of the formwork and narrow placing, fill in all corners of the formwork and narrow gaps between densely spaced reinforcement bars, gaps between densely spaced reinforcement bars, entirely under the influence of its own weight; so that at entirely under the influence of its own weight; so that at the end, compact concrete of better durability is the end, compact concrete of better durability is achieved.achieved.

  • EXPERIMENTALEXPERIMENTAL

    Sample Density(g/cm3)Water

    (%)Porosity

    (%)

    Mechanical strength (MPa)

    Compressive Flexural

    SC-T 2,16 1,31 3,14 55,4 8,3

    SC-A 2,20 0,56 1,38 49,2 8,4

    SC-MS 2,03 1,48 3,21 50,3 7,2

    SC-FA 2,01 2,38 4,93 48,9 7,8

    SSCC-T -T = sulfur concrete with talc, = sulfur concrete with talc, SSCC--AA = sulfur concrete with alumina, = sulfur concrete with alumina, SSCC-MS -MS = sulfur concrete with microsilica, = sulfur concrete with microsilica, SSCC--FAFA = sulfur concrete with fly ash.= sulfur concrete with fly ash.

    Sulfur concrete (SC)Sulfur concrete (SC)

  • Self-compacting concrete (SCC)Self-compacting concrete (SCC)

    Binder: Portland cement PC 42.5RBinder: Portland cement PC 42.5R

    Aggregate: sand (d < 4 mm), gravel (4 < d < 16 mm)Aggregate: sand (d < 4 mm), gravel (4 < d < 16 mm)

    Filler: limestone flour and ground sulfur (d < 0.125 mm)Filler: limestone flour and ground sulfur (d < 0.125 mm)

  • SeriesTime (days)

    3 7 14 28E 48.8 53.9 58.3 62.0S2 48.3 53.0 58.0 61.5S5 46.1 52.0 58.0 62.2S10 46.1 49.2 53.4 54.8S20 44.1 47.9 53.0 54.6

    Compressive strength of SCC with ground sulfurCompressive strength of SCC with ground sulfurat different ages [MPa]at different ages [MPa]

  • CONCLUSIONCONCLUSION

    Advantages of sulfur usesAdvantages of sulfur uses::

    Increasing the amount of resources available for Increasing the amount of resources available for the preparation of SCC mixturesthe preparation of SCC mixtures

    Positive impact on the environment by reducing the Positive impact on the environment by reducing the amount of this material in landfillsamount of this material in landfills

    Smaller amounts of the material to be exploited Smaller amounts of the material to be exploited from nature (aggregate, filler)from nature (aggregate, filler)

    Use of the recycled materials in systems for the Use of the recycled materials in systems for the production of electricity from renewable energy production of electricity from renewable energy sourcessources

  • The application fields:

    Structural elements that use Portland cement concrete as a replacement of the same class, especially in terms where the acid, base or salt influence is expected

    Structural concrete elements corresponding to the projected class (strength, frost resistance, water resistance)

  • Elements within the system of wind turbines, solar panels and/or small hydro power plants

    Anchor blocks for stabilization

    The non-structural elements made of concrete

    Access and internal roads and pavements.

  • Acknowledgements

    Results from this work arose from research funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia, within the projects III 45012 , TR 33007 and TR 36017.

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