Design of the usability of ceramic sanitary ware waste in cement production using the Taguchi method
 
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Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Mines, Mining Engineering Department
 
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Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Mines, Mineral Processing Engineering Department
 
 
Publication date: 2023-06-13
 
 
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Melis Toker Derdiyok   

Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Mines, Mining Engineering Department
 
 
Physicochem. Probl. Miner. Process. 2023;59(5):168256
 
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The cement process is one of the industries where energy is consumed intensively. High levels the amount of carbon dioxide emission reaches since the nature of the raw materials used in its production. At this point, using industrial wastes and by-products containing oxides such as calcium, silica, alumina, and iron oxides blended cement reduces energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. In this study, the effects of using ceramic sanitary ware waste (CSW) instead of clinker on the cement grinding stage were investigated. The grinding tests were carried out with clinker in a ball mill, according to grinding parameters as ball filling ratio, ball diameter, and grinding time by using Taguchi method for optimization of cement grinding condition. The reference and blended cements with CSW were determined compressive strength.
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