Recycled Waste Glass Usage for Construction Materials
Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Vol.2423: 5th International Conference: Innovative Materials, Structures and Technologies (IMST 2022) 2023
Pāvels Tihomirovs, Aleksandrs Korjakins

Recycling glass waste obtained from different industries is an issue in today's economy. One of the ways of recycling is to produce lightweight ceramic by applying glass waste, clay, and gasifier as raw materials. The present research has been devoted to the evaluation of the influences of different clays extracted from two Latvian quarries (Lielauce un Samini) on the properties of lightweight ceramics. The main criteria of applicated clay as raw materials for producing lightweight ceramic are the following: saturation of SiO2 should be a maximum of 70% and Al2O3 minimum of 12%. The aim of the present research was to elaborate a composition for producing glass ceramic from glass waste with minimum energy consumption with a gasifier. The most important properties of the final product are thermal conductivity, compression strength, volume density, size, granulometry, and pore distribution. Two parameters of them, compression strength and volume density have been tested and analysed in the present research framework. Burning time is one more important additional parameter, which has been considered evaluating the properties of the final product. The obtained volume density is in the range of 226.75 kg/m3 to 475.78 kg/m3 depending on the composition. © 2023 Institute of Physics Publishing. All rights reserved

Atslēgas vārdi
Recycling, glass waste, porous ceramics

Tihomirovs, P., Korjakins, A. Recycled Waste Glass Usage for Construction Materials. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2023, Vol. 2423, Article number 012002. ISSN 1742-6588. e-ISSN 1742-6596. Available from: doi:10.1088/1742-6596/2423/1/012002

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