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|Title: ||Plasma Vitrification and Re-use of Non-combustible Fiber Reinforced Plastic, Gill Net and Waste Glass|
|Authors: ||J. P. Chu;Y. T. Chen;T. Mahalingam;C. C. Tzeng;T. W. Cheng|
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Institute of Materials Engineering|
|Keywords: ||Plasma vitrification;Wollastonite|
|Issue Date: ||2011-10-20T08:06:47Z
|Publisher: ||Journal of Hazardous Materials|
|Abstract: ||Abstract:Fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) composite material has widespread use in general tank, special chemical tank and body of yacht, etc. The purpose of this study is directed towards the volume reduction of non-combustible FRP by thermal plasma and recycling of vitrified slag with specific procedures. In this study, we have employed three main wastes such as, FRP, gill net and waste glass. The thermal molten process was applied to treat vitrified slag at high temperatures whereas in the post-heat treatment vitrified slags were mixed with specific additive and ground into powder form and then heat treated at high temperatures. With a two-stage heat treatment, the treated sample was generated into four crystalline phases, cristobalite, albite, anorthite and wollastonite. Fine and relatively high dense structures with desirable properties were obtained for samples treated by the two-stage heating treatment. Good physical and mechanical properties were achieved after heat treatment, and this study reveals that our results could be comparable with the commercial products.|
|Relation: ||138(3), pp.628-632|
|Appears in Collections:||[材料工程研究所] 期刊論文|
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