Celebrating 100 years of standards development, ASTM Committee C07 on Lime has published 16 peer-reviewed papers, ranging in topics such as historical standards development, current industry activities, and potential areas for future work. Several papers present the more traditional uses of lime in asphalt, soil stabilization, and paper manufacturing.
Other topics include:
Updates on common test methods for XRF analysis and free moisture
Environmental applications of lime and limestone
Pore size and pore volume measurementindications of the increasing role of lime and limestone in flue gas treatment
The industry's move toward zero-waste.
Impact of Lime and Liquid Additives on Life-Cycle Cost of Asphalt Pavements
Hajj E., Sathanathan T., Sebaaly P., Shivakolunthar S.
Tennessee Lime-Fly Ash-Stabilized Base Using a High Loss-on-Ignition Fly Ash
Crouch L., Dillon S., Knight M.
Determination of Metals in Lime and Limestone Using Automated Borate Fusions for ICP-OES
Bédard M., Hineman A., Pitre J.
Measurement and Control Methodology for the Flowability of Lime Fines in Steel Injection Systems
Belcastro P., Derby J., McKinney D., Wolfe L.
Treatment of Marine Clay with Hydrated Lime and Quicklime
Kavak A., Tüylüce F.
The Use of Hydrated Lime in Concrete as a Cement Replacement: Effect on Compressive Strength
Holland N., Nichols A., Nichols J.
Application of Test Methods for Use in Limestone Selection for Wet Flue Gas Desulfurization
Brown S., DeVault R., Williams P.
Developing a New Test Method for Determining Free Moisture in Hydrated Lime by Thermogravimetric Analysis (Moisture Balance)
Houghton M., Thomson M., Vernaci J.
Paper ID: STP1557-EB