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Nutt William Owen: Concrete compositions. The Cement Marketing Company, August 21, 1973: US3753749 (82 worldwide citation)

In concrete compositions based on hydraulic cement, improved properties in respect of workability, especially mouldability, capacity for being impelled along a pipe as by pumping, and frost resistance in the concrete, are obtained by incorporating in the composition a minor proportion of dispersed c ...


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Dileep Singh, Arun S Wagh, Lamar Perry, Seung Young Jeong: Pumpable/injectable phosphate-bonded ceramics. University of Chicago, Cherskov & Flaynik, March 20, 2001: US06204214 (71 worldwide citation)

A pumpable ceramic composition is provided comprising an inorganic oxide, potassium phosphate, and an oxide coating material. Also provided is a method for preparing pumpable ceramic-based waste forms comprising selecting inorganic oxides based on solubility, surface area and morphology criteria; mi ...


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Caijun Shi: Composition of materials for use in cellular lightweight concrete and methods thereof. Advanced Materials Technologies, Hodgson Russ, December 3, 2002: US06488762 (49 worldwide citation)

A more economical and light-color cellular concrete is provided by the replacement of Portland cement with ground glass powder in a cellular lightweight concrete mixture and the resulting method to make cellular concrete products. The use of ground glass also increases the stability of the cellular ...


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Rothfelder Raymond E, Bragg Ralph J: Sprayable gypsum plaster composition. W R Grace & Co, Baker William L, Parker C Edward, October 1, 1974: US3839059 (40 worldwide citation)

Fire-retardant coatings for structural metal members are obtained by spraying onto the metal settable plaster compositions which are air-containing pumpable aqueous slurries of compositions consisting essentially of, on a dry weight basis, from 52 to 62 percent calcined gypsum, from 2.5 to 18 percen ...


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Singleton Frank Henry, Bruce Jack William: Treatment of cement kiln flue dust. Woodall Duckham, Parmelee Miller Welsh & Kratz, December 9, 1975: US3925534 (39 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns a cement kiln flue dust treatment process comprising: in a first stage treating the dust with fresh water at an elevated temperature for such time as to dissolve the alkali metal chlorides, simultaneously carbonating to convert calcium hydroxide in solution to insoluble calci ...


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Donald Stephen Hopkins, David Bridson Oates: Cementitious composition containing bottom ash as pozzolan and concretes and mortars therefrom. Lafarge Canada, Bachman & LaPointe P C, December 15, 1998: US05849075 (33 worldwide citation)

Ground bottom ash, a waste material derived from combustion of coal, which presents a disposal problem, replaces part of the cement in a cementitious material useful in concretes and mortars and provides compressive strengths in concretes comparable with or better than corresponding cements in which ...


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LaVerne Weber: Road base material containing fly ash. American Fly Ash Company, Baker & McKenzie, June 16, 1998: US05766338 (30 worldwide citation)

A way of using fly ash and water to make a road base material is disclosed. Class C fly ash, which sets up very quickly, is mixed with a hydrating liquid and compacted prior to initial set. To facilitate mixing, transportation and placement of the wet mixture, a set sequestering additive may be adde ...


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Bragg Ralph J, Rothfelder Raymond E: Sprayable gypsum plaster composition. W R Grace & Co, March 6, 1973: US3719513 (29 worldwide citation)

Fire-retardant coatings for structural metal members are obtained by spraying onto the metal settable plaster compositions which are air-containing pumpable aqueous slurries of compositions consisting essentially of, on a dry weight basis, from 52 to 62 percent calcined gypsum, from 2.5 to 18 percen ...


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Richard L Kao, Sarabjit S Randhava, Surjit S Randhava, Michael C Mensinger, Amirali G Rehmat, Anthony L Lee: Process for preparing environmentally stable products by the remediation of contaminated sediments and soils. Cement Lock Group L L C, Welsh & Katz, January 5, 1999: US05855666 (28 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to thermo-chemical remediation and decontamination of sediments and soils contaminated with organic contaminants as well as inorganic materials with subsequent beneficial reuse. Novel environmentally stable products of commercial value are produced when certain additives such ...


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William C Allen: Superplasticizer-concrete composition for waste disposal. Union Oil Company of California, Gregory F Wirzbicki, Alan H Thompson, September 3, 1996: US05551976 (28 worldwide citation)

A solidified waste is formed from a difficult-to-compact hydraulic cement slurry for use in the disposal of hazardous waste. The slurry contains inorganic non-compactible hydraulic cement particles, a concrete superplasticizer compound, water, and filler particles containing radionuclide and/or toxi ...