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Termiczne przetwarzanie odpadów serpentynitowych w aspekcie utylizacji gazów cieplarnianych oraz produkcji reaktywnego MgO

Autorzy Kosk, I. 
Treść / Zawartość
Warianty tytułu
EN Thermal recycling of serpentine waste in aspect of GHG utilization and production of reactive MgO
Języki publikacji PL
Abstrakty
PL Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie możliwości zagospodarowania odpadów złożowych - skał serpentynitowo-perydotytowych z kopalni rudy magnezytowej "Braszowice". Specyficzną cechą wszystkich skał serpentynitowo-perydotytowych jest naturalna zdolność sorbowania CO2. W warunkach naturalnych proces ten jest bardzo powolny, natomiast w warunkach przemysłowych opracowano już technologie, które pozwalają na stosunkowo szybkie związanie CO2. W artykule przedstawiono studium literaturowe dotyczące krajowych i zagranicznych opracowań, w których podano przykłady sposobów przeróbki skał serpentynitowych stosowane na świecie. Celem stosowania tych nowych technologii jest: ograniczenie emisji gazów cieplarnianych do atmosfery poprzez związanie CO2 w węglanach magnezu, a SO3 i N w siarczanach magnezu i siarczanach amonowych.
EN The purpose of this paper was the presentation of possibility to use the waste serpentynite-peridotite rocks from magnesite ore mine Braszowice. The serpentynite-peridotite rocks characterized with natural ability of absorption of CO2. In nature, this process is very slow, but in industrial conditions they made the technologies allow to let bound the greenhouses gases quickly. The paper presents the study of home and oversize bibliography about. The aim of use new technologies is double. The first is limitation of greenhouse gases emission by bound the CO2 in magnesium carbonates, sulphur and nitrogen by bound in magnesium and nitrogen sulphates.
Słowa kluczowe
PL odpad kopalniany   skała serpentynitowo-perydotytowa   wykorzystanie odpadów   sorpcja CO2  
EN mine waste   serpentynite-peridotite rock   waste utilization   CO2 sorption  
Wydawca Wydawnictwo Instytut Śląski Sp. z o.o.
Czasopismo Prace Instytutu Szkła, Ceramiki, Materiałów Ogniotrwałych i Budowlanych
Rocznik 2008
Tom R. 1, nr 2
Strony 91--104
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 35 poz., il.
Twórcy
autor Kosk, I.
  • Instytut Szkła, Ceramiki, Materiałów Ogniotrwałych i Budowlanych, Oddział Mineralnych Materiałów Budowlanych, Kraków
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