publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

Influence of process parameters on carbonation rate and conversion of steelmaking slags – Introduction of the ‘carbonation weathering rate’

Evangelos Georgakopoulos; Rafael M. Santos; Yi Wai Chiang; Vasilije Manovic;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Aug 2016
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Country: United Kingdom
Alkaline industrial wastes are considered potential resources for the mitigation of CO 2 emissions by simultaneously capturing and sequestering CO 2 through mineralization. Mineralization safely and permanently stores CO 2 through its reaction with alkaline earth metals. These elements are found in a variety of abundantly available industrial wastes that have high reactivity with CO 2 , and that are generated close to the emission point‐sources. Among all suitable industrial wastes, steelmaking slag has been deemed the most promising given its high CO 2 uptake potential. In this paper, we review recent publications related to the influence of process parameters ...
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free text keywords: CO2 mineralization, Industrial wastes, Steelmaking slags, Carbonation conversion, Weathering rate, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry, Particle size, Alkaline earth metal, Slag, visual_art.visual_art_medium, visual_art, Steelmaking, business.industry, business, Waste management, Mineralization (biology), Basic oxygen steelmaking, Chemical industry, Carbonation
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