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Reutilización de un residuo de la industria petrolera (FCC) en la producción de elementos constructivos

dc.contributor.authorGordillo Suárez, Marisolspa
dc.contributor.authorCaicedo Caicedo, Eduard A.spa
dc.contributor.authorMejía de Gutiérrez, Rubyspa
dc.contributor.authorTorres Agredo, Jannethspa
dc.coverage.spatialUniversidad Autónoma de Occidente. Calle 25 115-85. Km 2 vía Cali-Jamundíspa
dc.date.accessioned2020-02-12T18:52:40Zspa
dc.date.available2020-02-12T18:52:40Zspa
dc.date.issued2015-01spa
dc.identifier.citationGordillo Suárez, Marisol; Caicedo Caicedo, Eduard A.; Mejía de Gutiérrez, Ruby; Torres Agredo, Janneth. Reutilización de un residuo de la industria petrolera (FCC) en la producción de elementos constructivos. En: Ingeniería y Universidad. Volumen 19, número 1, (2015); enero-junio; páginas 135-154spa
dc.identifier.issn1232126spa
dc.identifier.urihttp://red.uao.edu.co//handle/10614/11870spa
dc.description.abstractEste trabajo analiza la viabilidad de utilizar un residuo de catalizador gastado (FCC) del proceso de craqueo catalítico, procedente de una empresa petrolera colombiana, en la producción de elementos constructivos, tipo bloques y adoquines. Para definir la mezcla óptima de cemento/FCC, se preparan morteros de cemento Portland con proporciones de FCC entre 0 y 70%, como reemplazo del cemento, y se evalúa su resistencia a compresión a edades hasta de 28 días de curado. Mediante un procesamiento estadístico, aplicando la metodología de respuesta, se optimizan las proporciones de cada componente en la mezcla, para su posterior implementación en la producción de bloques y adoquines vibrocompactados. Complementariamente, se realiza el estudio del proceso de hidratación mediante técnicas de difracción de rayos X (DRX) y análisis térmico diferencial (TG/DTG). Los resultados indican que es posible incorporar FCC al concreto, sustituyendo el cemento hasta en 45%, para obtener un elemento con características mecánicas comparables a los disponibles comercialmente. En la norma colombiana actual, los bloques desarrollados se clasifican como bloques no estructurales, y los adoquines, como adoquines de piso. Se plantea este proceso como una alternativa de utilización del subproducto y un aporte a la sostenibilidad ambientalspa
dc.description.abstractThis paper analyzes the feasibility of using a residue of spent catalyst (FCC) of the cracking process, from a Colombian oil company, in the production of building elements such as blocks and pavers. To define the optimal mix of Portland cement / FCC, Portland cement mortars with FCC ratios between 0 and 70% as replacement of cement were prepared and its compressive strength is evaluated at ages up to 28 days of curing. Using a statistical processing, applying the methodology of response, the proportions of each component in the mixture are optimized. Subsequently, blocks and pavers were developed using a vibro-compaction machine. In addition the study of the process of hydration is performed by techniques of X-ray diffraction (XRD) and differential thermal analysis (TG / DTG). The results indicate that it is possible to incorporate FCC into the concrete as replacement of cement up to 45% and obtain a building element with mechanical properties comparable to those commercially available elements. According to the Colombian standard, the elements developed in this research are classified as non-structural blocks and floor pavers. The developed process represents an alternative for the use of residue and contributes to enviromental sustainabilityeng
dc.description.tableofcontentsThis paper analyzes the feasibility of using a residue of spent catalyst (FCC) of the cracking process, from a Colombian oil company, in the production of building elements such as blocks and pavers. To define the optimal mix of Portland cement / FCC, Portland cement mortars with FCC ratios between 0 and 70% as replacement of cement were prepared and its compressive strength is evaluated at ages up to 28 days of curing. Using a statistical processing, applying the methodology of response, the proportions of each component in the mixture are optimized. Subsequently, blocks and pavers were developed using a vibro-compaction machine. In addition the study of the process of hydration is performed by techniques of X-ray diffraction (XRD) and differential thermal analysis (TG / DTG). The results indicate that it is possible to incorporate FCC into the concrete as replacement of cement up to 45% and obtain a building element with mechanical properties comparable to those commercially available elements. According to the Colombian standard, the elements developed in this research are classified as non-structural blocks and floor pavers. The developed process represents an alternative for the use of residue and contributes to enviromental sustainabilityeng
dc.formatapplication/pdfeng
dc.format.extent135-154 páginasspa
dc.language.isospaspa
dc.publisherUniversidad Javerianaspa
dc.relationIngeniería y Universidad. Volumen 19, número 1, (2015); páginas 135-154spa
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad Autónoma de Occidentespa
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional UAOspa
dc.subjectFluid catalytic crackingeng
dc.subjectBlended cementseng
dc.subjectBuilding elementseng
dc.subjectCatalizador gastado de craqueo catalíticospa
dc.subjectCementos adicionadosspa
dc.subjectElementos constructivosspa
dc.titleReusing a residue of the oil industry (FCC) in the production of building elementseng
dc.titleReutilización de un residuo de la industria petrolera (FCC) en la producción de elementos constructivosspa
dc.title.alternativeReusing a Residue of the Oil Industry (FCC) in the Production of Building Elementseng
dc.typeArtículo de revistaspa
dc.subject.armarcHydrotreating catalystseng
dc.subject.armarcCobblestoneseng
dc.subject.armarcPetroleum wasteeng
dc.subject.armarcCatalizadores de hidrotratamientospa
dc.subject.armarcAdoquinesspa
dc.subject.armarcResiduos del petróleospa
dc.identifier.doihttp://dx.doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.iyu19-1.rrip.spa
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