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Stone Dust in Concrete: Effect on Compressive Strength Abstract- Stone dust is a waste material obtained from crusher plants. It has potential to be used as partial replacement of natural river sand in concrete. Use of stone dust in con

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Use of Stone Dust in the Design of High Performance

2014-9-25  Abstract This research evaluated the suitability of stone dust in the design and production of High Perfor-mance Concrete (HPC). HPC mix was designed, tested, costed and a comparison of concrete es class used in the market (Class 25, 30 and 35)

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ACARP Abstract

Stone dust tends to fall out earlier than coal dust due to its coarser size and higher density. This causes the incombustible content to rise away from the duster. Almost all of the stone dust distributed by the trickle duster was seen to fallout within 100 to 150m of the source.

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Artificial stone dust-induced functional and

2016-2-1  Artificial stone produces high concentrations of silica dust. Exposure to crystalline silica may cause silicosis, an irreversible lung disease. Our aim was to screen exposed workers by quantitative biometric monitoring of functional and inflammatory parameters. 68 exposed artificial stone workers were compared to 48 nonexposed individuals (controls).

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ACARP Abstract

The stone dust is blown or flung in its dried powder form utilising compressed air and or other mechanical means. These methods lead to the generation of large quantities of

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"The Effectiveness of Rapid Stone Dust Compliance

Abstract. The addition of stone (limestone) dust to roadway dust in an underground coal mine increases the Total Incombustible Content (TIC) to reduce the potential of the coal dust igniting and propagating an explosion. Coal dust explosions have been proven to be one of the most severe hazards in an underground coal mine hence as Queensland

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Dust accretion under stone pavements: A

2014-5-1  Abstract. Stone pavements are widespread surface covers in arid environments. They form predominantly by the trapping of aeolian dust, which trickles below the surficial clast layer, where it forms a continuous layer of fine-grained material with a prominent foamy structure: the vesicular horizon (Av).

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What is the exact definition of stone dust? An in vitro

2020-4-8  Stone dust was defined as urinary stone particles small enough to adhere to the following criteria: (1) spontaneous floating under 40 cm H 2 O irrigation pressure through a flexible ureteroscope; (2) mean sedimentation time of > 2 s through 10 cm saline solution under terrestrial gravity; (3) fully suitable for aspiration through the working channel of a flexible ureteroscope (3.6 F).

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Role of 'dusting and pop-dusting' using a high

Abstract Ureteroscopy and laser stone fragmentation (URSL) has had recent advancements with the more powerful laser systems with the ability to 'dust' and 'pop-dust' the stone. We wanted to look at the outcomes of this method for large stones (≥ 15 mm) using our new 100 W holmium laser.

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Artificial stone silicosis PubMed

Dust generated from artificial stone has been noted to have properties that influence toxicity, including high silica content, generation of nanosized particles and presence of metals and resins. Artificial stone silicosis differs from silicosis associated with other occupational settings including shorter latency and rapid disease progression.

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ACARP Abstract

The stone dust is blown or flung in its dried powder form utilising compressed air and or other mechanical means. These methods lead to the generation of large quantities of fugitive dust in the downstream airflow. The immediate roadways along this airflow are unsuitable for human respiration requiring the evacuation of all personnel.

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ACARP Abstract

Stone dust tends to fall out earlier than coal dust due to its coarser size and higher density. This causes the incombustible content to rise away from the duster. Almost all of the stone dust distributed by the trickle duster was seen to fallout within 100 to 150m of the source.

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Effects of stone crusher dust pollution on growth

In the present investigation the effect of stone crushing dust pollution on the growth performance and yield status of Rice (Oryza sativa) was studied in specified land areas of village Arap, Patna.The results indicated that the germination frequency of seeds, shoot length, root length, chlorophyll content, total carbohydrate and protein contents, and grain yield of Rice (Oryza sativa) were

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Artificial stone dust-induced functional and

The manufacture of kitchen and bath countertops in Israel is based mainly on artificial stone that contains 93% silica as natural quartz, and ∼3500 workers are involved in cutting and processing it. Artificial stone produces high concentrations of silica dust.

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Metal Ion Release from Engineered Stone Dust in

Inhalational exposure to dust from engineered stone (ES), also known as artificial or composite stone, is associated with a specific disease profile, namely accelerated silicosis, and scleroderma. The pathogenic mechanisms are poorly understood, particularly the role of resin and metal ions. Metal ions are present in pigments and constituent minerals and may be considered potential

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"The Effectiveness of Rapid Stone Dust Compliance

The addition of stone (limestone) dust to roadway dust in an underground coal mine increases the Total Incombustible Content (TIC) to reduce the potential of the coal dust igniting and propagating an explosion. Coal dust explosions have been proven to be one of the most severe hazards in an underground coal mine hence as Queensland legislation requires the use of roadway stone dusting,

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Experimental Evaluation of Respirable Dust and

2017-7-6  Abstract. Objectives: Workers who fabricate stone countertops using hand tools are at risk of silicosis from overexposure to respirable crystalline silica. This study explored the efficacy of simple engineering controls that can be used for dust suppression during use of hand tools by stone countertop fabricators. in bulk dust samples from

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Effect of quarry rock dust on the flexural strength of

2018-6-1  Abstract. The effect of quarry dust on the flexural strength of concrete has been experimentally studied and reported in this paper. Concrete used was prepared by replacing 25% and 100% of sand by weight with quarry dust. Also, conventional sand concrete was prepared as reference concrete for comparison. 100 mm cube and 100 × 100 × 500 mm

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Strength studies on Geopolymer Concrete produced

Geopolymer concrete is one of the trending techniques adopted to replace the conventional binder by any alumino-silicate material like fly ash or GGBFS. Approximately Geoploymer concrete are as productive as conventional concrete. But the key pro of Geopolymer concrete utility is to recycle concrete waste and demolition waste are transformed into coarse aggregate, which reflects in the

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Shane W. Stone

2020-11-22  The upper atmospheric water abundance peaks in southern summer and dust storms are a sudden splash of water into the upper atmosphere. Abstract. Mars has lost most of its once-abundant water to space, leaving the planet cold and dry. In standard models, molecular hydrogen produced from water in the lower atmosphere diffuses into the upper

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ACARP Abstract

Stone dust tends to fall out earlier than coal dust due to its coarser size and higher density. This causes the incombustible content to rise away from the duster. Almost all of the stone dust distributed by the trickle duster was seen to fallout within 100 to 150m of the source.

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Effects of stone crusher dust pollution on growth

In the present investigation the effect of stone crushing dust pollution on the growth performance and yield status of Rice (Oryza sativa) was studied in specified land areas of village Arap, Patna.The results indicated that the germination frequency of seeds, shoot length, root length, chlorophyll content, total carbohydrate and protein contents, and grain yield of Rice (Oryza sativa) were

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Effect of Partial Replacement of Crushed Stone Dust

Abstract. The use of waste recycled materials in road construction nowadays is considered a positive means of providing improved pavement performance. This research focused on evaluating the effect of waste glass powder as a partial replacement of crushed stone dust filler in hot mix asphalt.

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Abstract Cinematic Dust Particles Dark Wall Stone

Photo about Abstract Cinematic Dust Particles Wall Stone Background. Cinematic Dark Background Template. Image of constellation, broken, concrete 173578837

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Abstracts: Dusting Utilizing Suction Technique (DUST)

Utilizing a 120-Watt holmium system, we confirmed initial clinical feasibility and safety of DUST-PCNL to perform simultaneous lithotripsy and aspiration for effective stone clearance. An advantage of this method is versatility in treating a stone with both rigid and flexible endoscopy using a lightweight energy source.

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Experimental Evaluation of Respirable Dust and

2017-7-6  Abstract. Objectives: Workers who fabricate stone countertops using hand tools are at risk of silicosis from overexposure to respirable crystalline silica. This study explored the efficacy of simple engineering controls that can be used for dust suppression during use of hand tools by stone countertop fabricators. in bulk dust samples from

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Performance of Concrete Containing Blast Furnace

2013-11-25  Similarly, the stone dust production in stone crushing machine site is piling up every day. These huge quantities of waste are being disposed in the landfills. The author has investigated the effects of the replacements of stone by blast furnace slag, partial replacement of cement by fly ash and sand by stone dust, on the strength parameters of

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Respirable Silica Dust Suppression During Artificial

2014-10-17  Stone saws are commonly equipped with water stream attachments to cool the blade and suppress dust. Local exhaust ventilation (LEV) attachments for saws are also commercially available. However, no peer-reviewed studies have been reported regarding the effectiveness of LEV alone, blade wetting alone, or the two in combination when cutting stone

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Effect of quarry rock dust on the flexural strength of

2018-6-1  Abstract. The effect of quarry dust on the flexural strength of concrete has been experimentally studied and reported in this paper. Concrete used was prepared by replacing 25% and 100% of sand by weight with quarry dust. Also, conventional sand concrete was prepared as reference concrete for comparison. 100 mm cube and 100 × 100 × 500 mm

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Shane W. Stone

2020-11-22  The upper atmospheric water abundance peaks in southern summer and dust storms are a sudden splash of water into the upper atmosphere. Abstract. Mars has lost most of its once-abundant water to space, leaving the planet cold and dry. In standard models, molecular hydrogen produced from water in the lower atmosphere diffuses into the upper

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