Paper Title:
A New Process for Highly Effective Utilization of Industrial Solid Wastes — Sialite Technology
  Abstract

With the benefits of rapid industrialization, there are inevitable problems such as energy depletion, resource exhaustion, and severe pollution of the environment - all roadblocks to continued social development. Discovering sustainable production techniques has become a top priority. It was under these circumstances that Sialite was born. Sialite is a new kind of silica-alumina-base cementious material. This paper introduces the simulation of rock formation theory and Sialite’s high performance.

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Takashi Goto, Yibing Cheng, Zhengyi Fu and Lianmeng Zhang
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210-213
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.66.210
Citation
Z. L. Yi, H. H. Sun, J. H. Wan, C. Li, "A New Process for Highly Effective Utilization of Industrial Solid Wastes — Sialite Technology", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 66, pp. 210-213, 2009
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April 2009
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