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Characterization of Ibamajo, Mowe and Nkwo-Alaike

Fireclay deposits from Ibamajo, Mowe in Ogun State South-West and Nkwo-Alaike in Imo State South-East Nigeria were characterized for refractory properties and from the results; it was revealed that, the clay sample from Mowe has the required refractory properties compared to that of Ibamajo and Nkwo-Alaike clays. The

Nigerian Clay Deposits for use as Refractory Materials in

2020-6-23  Nigerian Clay Deposits for use as Refractory Materials in Metallurgical Industries A Review written by M. M Dansarai,M. A Bawa,A. Tokan published on

Evaluation of the Refractory Properties of Nigerian

2014-6-19  Impurities in fireclay are pyrites, quartz, calcites, ferrous, carbonates and some organic compounds. The organic impurities impart plasticity to the clay while impurities like quartz and iron reduce their refractoriness. Clay deposits are widely distributed in Nigeria [3-6]. In spite of the extensive use and the demand for clay in industrial

Characterization and Evaluation of the Refractory

2016-6-4  of fireclay refractories for its operations; and these refractories are sourced abroad. Despite having extensive clay mineral deposits in Nigeria, Nigeria continues to depend on external sources of refractory materials for many of its industries (Aliyu, 1996). Nigeria imported

Development of firebrick materials for building

2015-7-27  viable Nigerian clay deposits were considered for further studies. These commercial clays are: Nigerian Onibode fireclay deposit at Abeokuta in Ogun State and Kankara fireclay deposit at Katsina in Katsina State of Nigeria. Thereafter, the clays were subjected to beneficiation processes, chemical examinations and thermal analyses. Due to

(PDF) Performance Assessment of Physico-Mechanical

It has been reported that clays are one of the major Nigeria minerals deposits cover with estimated proven reserves of billions of tones, and these clays deposits are scattered all over the states

Studies on the Five (5) Selected Clays in Abeokuta, Nigeria.

2016-6-4  employed are fireclay, quartz sand, magnesite, sillimanite, berylia, alumina, chromite, zirconia, boron, nitride, graphite and carbide. This study investigate the working properties of the Asero, Fajol, Onibode, Ile-Ise Awo, and Ajebo clay deposits in Nigeria with the view to

(PDF) CHARACTERIZATION OF UJOGBA CLAY DEPOSITS IN

p> Ujogba clay deposits in Esan Land, Edo State of Nigeria were characterized for refractory and other applications. The characteristics investigated were mineralogical composition, chemical

Studies On The Chemical And Physical Characteristics Of

2019-7-1  Development Council of Nigeria [8], clays are one of the major Nigeria minerals deposits cover with an estimated proven reserves of billions of tones, and these clays deposits are scattered all over the states in the country. One of the best-known applications of clay is in the manufacture of such articles as pottery.

Alum Production from some Nigerian Kaolinite Deposits

The Development of Sustainable Processing Technologies for the Vast Mineral Resources Available in Nigeria and their Varied Applications Is a Major Pursuit by the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology. in this Work, Alum Was Produced from Three Different Kaolin Deposits in Nigeria Namely Kankara Brown, Bauchi and Kankara White by Acid Dealumination of the Metakaolin Obtained by

Nigerian Clay Deposits for use as Refractory Materials in

2020-6-23  Nigerian Clay Deposits for use as Refractory Materials in Metallurgical Industries A Review written by M. M Dansarai,M. A Bawa,A. Tokan published on

Evaluation of the Refractory Properties of Nigerian

2018-12-11  Impurities in fireclay are pyrites, quartz, calcites, ferrous, carbonates and some organic compounds. The organic impurities impart plasticity to the clay while impurities like quartz and iron reduce their refractoriness. Clay deposits are widely distributed in Nigeria [3-6]. In spite of the extensive use and the demand for clay in

Working Properties of Some Selected Refractory Clay

2013-12-24  Deposits in South Western Nigeria J.A. Omotoyinbo 1 and O.O.Oluwole 2* 1Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Dept.,FUT, Akure, Nigeria 2Materials Science and Engineering Dept., OAU,Ile-ife, Nigeria *Dr O.Oluwole. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ileife +2348033899701 e-mail:

Compositional Features and Industrial Application of

2016-9-9  there are many clay deposits in Nigeria that could be used as refractories. Obadinma (2003) reported that in 1987 alone, Nigeria imported 27 million metric tones of refractories. The country expends a lot of foreign exchange importing refractories. Yet, a lot of clay deposits abound in the country, which can be developed to meet our local needs.

(PDF) CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME NIGERIAN CLAYS AS

CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME NIGERIAN CLAYS AS REFRACTORY MATERIALS FOR FURNACE LINING. Mojisola Bolarinwa. Related Papers. A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON REFRACTORY PROPERTIES OF DOLOMITE USING CLAY AS ADDITIVES. By IASET US. Characterization of Inyi Clay Deposit for Its Ceramics Potentials.

Industrial Potentials of Ebiaji Clay from Ezza North Area

2021-8-12  Abstract Industrial Potentials of Ebiaji Clay from Ezza North Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria Author(s): CC Ezeofor, KG Akpomie, UA Augustine, VO Uzoigwe Ebiaji clay deposits in Ezza North local government area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria were characterized for its chemical composition and refractory properties.

Studies On The Chemical And Physical Characteristics Of

2019-7-1  Development Council of Nigeria [8], clays are one of the major Nigeria minerals deposits cover with an estimated proven reserves of billions of tones, and these clays deposits are scattered all over the states in the country. One of the best-known applications of clay is in the manufacture of such articles as pottery.

Alum Production from some Nigerian Kaolinite Deposits

The Development of Sustainable Processing Technologies for the Vast Mineral Resources Available in Nigeria and their Varied Applications Is a Major Pursuit by the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology. in this Work, Alum Was Produced from Three Different Kaolin Deposits in Nigeria Namely Kankara Brown, Bauchi and Kankara White by Acid Dealumination of the Metakaolin Obtained by

Composition, Geotechnical Characteristics and the

2020-6-27  Samples of clay deposits in Obudu and its environs, southeastern Nigeria were evaluated to establish their potential for industrial use. Geochemical, mineralogical and geotechnical properties were employed in assessing the suitability of the clay deposits for potential industrial uses. Mineralogical analyses reveal kaolinite as the dominant clay mineral with quartz as the dominant non-clay

Thermal Conductivity of Aloji Fireclay as Refractory Material

2020-3-5  The refractoriness of the fireclay brick of the Aloji clay deposit was 1665 °C which corresponded with Segar cone 30 (PCE) and was found to fall within the standard values of 1500-1700 °C for refractory fireclay bricks [11,16]. 3.3 Thermal conductivity The thermal conductivity was 0.05 K(W/m.k) and

Studies on the Five (5) Selected Clays in Abeokuta, Nigeria.

2016-6-4  employed are fireclay, quartz sand, magnesite, sillimanite, berylia, alumina, chromite, zirconia, boron, nitride, graphite and carbide. This study investigate the working properties of the Asero, Fajol, Onibode, Ile-Ise Awo, and Ajebo clay deposits in Nigeria with the view to

Thermal Assessment of Kpata Fireclay for Refractory

2018-4-30  Thermal Assessment of Kpata Fireclay for Refractory Applications The collection of the clay sample was from Kpata clay deposit in Kogi state of the North central geo-political zone of Nigeria. The packaging and handling of the clay sample was performed according to the standard

Compositional Features and Industrial Application of

2016-9-9  there are many clay deposits in Nigeria that could be used as refractories. Obadinma (2003) reported that in 1987 alone, Nigeria imported 27 million metric tones of refractories. The country expends a lot of foreign exchange importing refractories. Yet, a lot of clay deposits abound in the country, which can be developed to meet our local needs.

Evaluation of thermo-Mechanical Behaviour of Clay-

2015-5-30  The clay and silica sand samples for this work was obtained from Abinsi-Makurdi clay deposit in Makurdi local government area of Benue State-Nigeria. The clay and silica samples were soaked for two days in other to remove alkalis and organic matter in the materials and then sun -dried, and crushed and ground to 200 diameter particles size.

Performance Assessment Of The Physical Properties Of

2017-7-7  Tagwai and Gbakoita clay deposits to determine their suitability for use as refractory forfurnace lining production in Nigeria. 2. Materials and Methods The clay samples were obtained from three different locations of Bosso local government area of Niger state Nigeria, which include Kadna, Tagwai and Gbakoita.

(PDF) CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME NIGERIAN CLAYS AS

CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME NIGERIAN CLAYS AS REFRACTORY MATERIALS FOR FURNACE LINING. Mojisola Bolarinwa. Related Papers. A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON REFRACTORY PROPERTIES OF DOLOMITE USING CLAY AS ADDITIVES. By IASET US. Characterization of Inyi Clay Deposit for Its Ceramics Potentials.

Industrial Potentials of Ebiaji Clay from Ezza North Area

2021-8-12  Abstract Industrial Potentials of Ebiaji Clay from Ezza North Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria Author(s): CC Ezeofor, KG Akpomie, UA Augustine, VO Uzoigwe Ebiaji clay deposits in Ezza North local government area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria were characterized for its chemical composition and refractory properties.

DEVELOPMENT OF REFRACTORY BRICKS FROM

2019-6-7  The clay sample was randomly collected from the deposit site at Nafuta in Barkin Ladi of Plateau State, North Central Nigeria. Rice husk was collected from Gaching also in Barkin Ladi. The clay sample was dried in the sun for two weeks, crushed, ground and sieved. The rice husk was also dried, sieved and graded to

Composition, Geotechnical Characteristics and the

2020-6-27  Samples of clay deposits in Obudu and its environs, southeastern Nigeria were evaluated to establish their potential for industrial use. Geochemical, mineralogical and geotechnical properties were employed in assessing the suitability of the clay deposits for potential industrial uses. Mineralogical analyses reveal kaolinite as the dominant clay mineral with quartz as the dominant non-clay

Thermal Conductivity of Aloji Fireclay as Refractory Material

2020-3-5  The refractoriness of the fireclay brick of the Aloji clay deposit was 1665 °C which corresponded with Segar cone 30 (PCE) and was found to fall within the standard values of 1500-1700 °C for refractory fireclay bricks [11,16]. 3.3 Thermal conductivity The thermal conductivity was 0.05 K(W/m.k) and