Effective Test Studies on Fly Ash Fragments

Arunkumar. G


In our Country, maximum electrical energy is obtained from thermal power plants which creates tones of fly ash accumulates in  the power plants. Now fly ash is carried out  in pipe lines which took  90% of water with high energy input. The aim of this study was to evaluate fly ash characterization-mainly size of particle  distribution, material density, sedimentation tests, rheological analysis for measuring viscosity, and pipe loop tests studies in specific diameter pipes for the 150 MW and 120 MW power plant ash samples generated at Thermal power plant Tamilnadu. The sedimentation  tests conducted on the two ash samples for the proposed HCSD systems . The rheological analysis to check viscosity to be carried out  The pipe loop tests conducted in specific diameter pipes using the two ash samples indicated that it is quite feasible to transport the ash slurry at higher solids concentration in turn  saves energy and most precious water.

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