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Properties and pozzolanic reactivity of flash calcined dredging sediments
Snellings, R.; Cizer, O.; Horckmans, L.; Durdzinski, P.T.; Dierckx, P.; Nielsen, P.; Van Balen, K.; Vandewalle, L. (2016). Properties and pozzolanic reactivity of flash calcined dredging sediments. Applied Clay Science 129: 35-39.
In: Applied Clay Science. Elsevier: Amsterdam. ISSN 0169-1317; e-ISSN 1872-9053, more
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  • Snellings, R., more
  • Cizer, O., more
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  • Durdzinski, P.T.

    Dredging of ports, harbours and waterways generates vast amounts of sediments that find few applications and need to be disposed of. In the port of Antwerp, Belgium, each year 450,000 t (dry matter) of dredging sediments are mechanically dewatered and stockpiled. This paper investigates flash calcination of the clay-rich dredged sediments as a sustainable solution to develop novel pozzolanic supplementary cementitious materials (SCM) for blended cement.

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