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1999Chemistry and MineralogyJames Hower, Darrell Taulbee, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Harold SchobertCharacterization of differing forms of unburned carbon present in fly ash
1999Chemistry and MineralogyJ. Bradley, A. Shyam, L. van Reeuwijk, Chris ZevenbergenClay formation during weathering of alkaline coal fly ash
1999Chemistry and MineralogyAkira Maegawa, Iolanda Fernandes, Lizete Ferret, Carlos Khahl, Júlio EndresCrystaline microstructure modification of Brazilian coal ash with alcaline solution
1999Chemistry and MineralogyXavier Querol, Juan Umana, Andres Alastuey, Carlos Ayora, Angel Lopez-Soler, Feliciano PlanaExtraction of major soluble impurities from fly ash in open and closed leaching systems
1999Chemistry and MineralogyJames Hower, Gerald Thomas, Alan TrimbleImpact of conversion to low-NOx combustion on fly ash quality: investigation of a unit burning high-sulfur coal
1999Chemistry and MineralogyThomas Peterson, A. Sarofim, Joseph Helble, J. Wendt, A. Shah, Gerald Huffman, Frank Huggins, Naresh ShahReactions of calcium and sodium during combustion of lignite
1999Chemistry and MineralogyEzequiel Garcia-Rojo, Manel Domingo, Alejandro Medinaceli, Antonio Valero, Xavier Querol, Juan Umana, Feliciano Plana, Andres Alastuey, Angel Lopez-SoSynthesis of zeolites from fly ash in a pilot plant scale: examples of potential environmental applications
1999Chemistry and MineralogyAkira Maegawa, Lizete Ferret, Iolanda Fernandes, Carlos Khahl, Júlio EndresZeolification of ashes obtained from the combustion of southern’s Brazil Candiota coal
1999Commercial Ash Processing - a User's PerspectiveMark ShillingCarolina Power & Light Co. - carbon/ash separation
1999Commercial Ash Processing - a User's PerspectiveThomas EdensRecovery and utilization of pond ash
1999Commercial Ash Processing - a User's PerspectiveJames Keppeler, Jimmy Knowles, William FradySouth Carolina Electric & Gas successful application of carbon burn-out at the Wateree Station
1999Concrete and CementMichael SuttonAutoclaved cellular concrete, the future of fly ash
1999Concrete and CementEdward Anthony, Agripina Iribarne, Julio Iribarne, Jacques BlondinHydration of combustion ashes - a chemical and physical study
1999Concrete and CementZhaoui Xie, Della Roy, Michael SilsbeeInfluences of surplus SO3 in FBC ash on formation of belite-rich sulfoaluminate clinker
1999Construction and Evolution of CCPsPaul Cunningham, Thomas Nickeson, William StoutA field evaluation of the use of FBC flyash for barnyard pavement
1999Construction and Evolution of CCPsWilliam Hodges, Matthew Erbe, Robert KeatingEvaluation of water quality conditions associated with the use of coal combustion products for highway embankments
1999Construction and Evolution of CCPsMichael Schroeder, Debra Pflughoeft-Hassett, David HassettMaterials from conversion of coal for power production: practical working definitions
1999Construction and Evolution of CCPsTarunjit Butalia, William Wolfe, Jung LeePotential use of FGD as a flowable-fill
1999Construction and Evolution of CCPsBruce Dockter, Kurt Eylands, Lucinda HamreUse of bottom ash and fly ash in rammed-earth construction
1999Durability Issues/EttringiteGregory McCarthy, Dean Grier, Marissa Wisdom, Renee Peterson, Stephanie Lerach, Raquel Jarabek, Jeffrey Walsh, Ryan WinburnCoal combustion by-product diagenesis II
1999Durability Issues/EttringiteWilliam Wolfe, Tarunjit ButaliaEffect of freeze-thaw cycling on the mechanical properties of FGD by-products
1999Durability Issues/EttringiteTommy Hopkins, Tony BeckhamLong-term performance of a highway subgrade stabilized with an atmospheric fluidized bed combustion material
1999Durability Issues/EttringiteDonald Saylak, Cindy EstakhriStabilization of road bases containing coal combustion by-product sulfates and sulfites using high volume fly ash cement
1999Economic Development IssuesRobert Keating, William HodgesMaryland Power Plant Research Program promotes the beneficial use of CCPs as a means to protect Maryland's natural resources
1999Economic Development IssuesRustu Kalyoncu, Barry StewartMaterials flow in the production and use of coal combustion products
1999Economic Development IssuesRick Honaker, Hasan Sevim, Nader GhafooriProcessing, transporting, and utilizing coal combustion by-products
1999Economic Development IssuesPaul PetzrickThe Maryland Coal Combustion By-Product/Acid Mine Drainage Partnership
1999Environmental AspectsBarry Stewart, W. Daniels, Lucian ZelaznyCharacterization of acid leaching reactions in coal refuse/coal fly ash bulk blends
1999Environmental AspectsMaria Janssen, Henk Nugteren, Brian ScarlettImprovement of environmental quality of coal fly ash by applying forced leaching
1999Environmental AspectsAnn Kim, George KazonichMass release of trace elements from coal combustion by-products
1999Environmental AspectsI. Lecuyer, Valerie Hequet, P. Ricou, Pierre Le CloirecRemoval of Cu2+ and Zn2+ in aqueous solutions by sorption onto fly ash and fly ash mixtures
1999Environmental AspectsGeorge Kazonich, Ann KimThe release of base metals during acidic leaching of fly ash
1999Environmental AspectsJames Rybarczyk, Tracy Branam, Ronald Smith, Margaret Ennis, John ComerTrace element partitioning in ground water at an abandoned mine-land site reclaimed with coal combustion products
1999Forest/Soil ReclamationRalph Clark, K. Ritchey, V. BaligarBenefits and constraints for use of FGD products on agricultural land
1999Forest/Soil ReclamationRichard Kruger, Kelley Reynolds-Clausen, Norman RethmanCrop responses to SLASH (mixture of sewage sludge, lime and fly ash) as influenced by soil texture, acidity and fertility
1999Forest/Soil ReclamationHaim Cohen, Shlomit ShepsEvaluation of the leaching potential of trace elements from coal ash to the (groundwater) aquifer
1999Forest/Soil ReclamationKelley Reynolds-Clausen, Richard Kruger, Norman RethmanThe manufacture and evaluation of an artificial soil (SLASH) prepared from fly ash and sewage sludge
1999Haulback/RemediationRalph HaefnerA sulfur-isotope mixing model to trace leachate from pressurized fluidized bed combustion byproducts in an abandoned coal mine setting
1999Haulback/RemediationYu-Ping Chin, Jim Wood, Mikko Lamminen, Harold WalkerAcid mine drainage abatement using flue gas desulfurization byproduct: water quality aspects
1999Haulback/RemediationPaul Petzrick, Leonard RafalkoThe Western Maryland Coal Combustion By-Products/Acid Mine Drainage Initiative - the Winding Ridge Demonstration Project
1999Haulback/RemediationGary Novak, Harry Payne, Carl Togni, Ben StuartUse of flue gas desulfurization by-product for mine sealing and abatement of acid mine drainage
1999Institutional and Government ProgramsJacqueline Bird, Howard JohnsonA review of OCDO's CCP initiatives: a program perspective
1999Institutional and Government ProgramsBarry Stewart, Samuel Tyson, Gregg DeinhartAmerican Coal Ash Association programs to advance the management and use of coal combustion products (CCPs)
1999Mercury/Health Aspects of Fly AshUschi Graham, Gerald ThomasChemically active aerogel-fly ash composites for mercury clean-up
1999Mercury/Health Aspects of Fly AshDavid Hassett, Debra Pflughoeft-Hassett, Dennis Laudal, John PavlishMercury release from coal combustion by-products to the environment
1999New ProductsChristopher Swan, Ola HolmstromGeotechnical properties of innovative, synthetic lightweight aggregates
1999New ProductsDrusilla Brown, Jeffrey Zabel, Christopher Swan, Stephen LevineOptimization and economic evaluation of coal fly ash reuse in new synthetic lightweight aggregates
1999New ProductsPaul MeyerSpheroidal beads from boiler slag and fly ash
1999New ProductsDavid Wardle, Richard Kruger, Mark HovyThe use of fly ash fillers in rubber
1999New ProductsJames Hower, Darrell Taulbee, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Harold Schobert, John AndresenUse of unburned carbon in fly ash as precursor for the development of activated carbons
1999PostersRichard Kruger, Kelley Reynolds-Clausen, Norman Rethman, Elelwani Ramagadza, Elsa du Toit"SLASH" for flower and vegetable production in the informal sector in South Africa
1999PostersPaul Petzrick, Heather Wattenbach, Leonard RafalkoAn evaluation of free-lime containing by-products to produce CCB grouts for use in AMD abatement
1999PostersRoger Decesare, David Hoecke, Arthur Plumley, Herbert HollanderASME/U.S. Bureau of Mines investigative program on vitrification of combustion ash/residue
1999PostersRonald Affolter, Michael Brownfield, James CathcartChemical variation of feed coal and coal combustion products from an Indiana power plant utilizing low sulfur Powder River Basin coal
1999PostersJames Hower, Michael Brownfield, Ronald Affolter, James Cathcart, Isabelle BrownfieldDispersed volcanic ash in feed coal and its influence on coal combustion products
1999PostersI. Lecuyer, P. Ricou, Valerie Hequet, Pierre Le CloirecInfluence of operating conditions on heavy metal cation removal by fly ash in aqueous solutions
1999PostersZbigniew Kolacinski, Krystyna Cedzynska, Michal Izydorczyk, Witold SroczynskiPlasma vitrification of waste incinerator ashes
1999PostersD. Martens, Mojtaba Zaifnejad, K. Ritchey, Ralph Clark, V. BaligarRenovation of acidic Appalachian soil with FGD gypsum and FBC residue: soil leachate evaluation
1999PostersXavier Querol, Feliciano Plana, Juan Umana, Jose Andres, Pedro FerrerZeolitisation of coal fly ashes using microwaves. Process optimisation
1999ProcessingDennis Finseth, McMahan Gray, Kenneth Champagne, Yee SoongParametric study of the column oil agglomeration of fly ash
1999ProcessingMark Shilling, Charles Willauer, Al VasiliauskasSuccessful fly ash beneficiation at Carolina Power & Light’s Roxboro Station
1999ProcessingRalph Altman, Heng Ban, John Stencel, Tianxiang Li, Tapiwa Gurupira, Charles Jones, James NeatheryTechnology development for carbon-ash beneficiation by pneumatic transport, triboelectric processing
1999ProcessingG. Quattroni, Lorenzo Orsenigo, Roberto Peretti, A. Zucca, Raimondo Ciccu, M. Ghiani, A. Muntoni, A. SerciThe Italian approach to the problem of fly ash
1999ProcessingTianxiang Li, Xinkai Jiang, James Neathery, John StencelTriboelectric process of combustion fly ash after carbon burnout
1999ProcessingYee Soong, Michael Schoffstall, Gino Irdi, Thomas LinkTriboelectrostatic separation of fly ash
2001AmmoniaIndrek Kulaots, Yu Gao, Robert Hurt, Eric SuubergAdsorption of Ammonia on Coal Fly Ash
2001AmmoniaRobert Rathbone, Mark Tyra, Levi HarperRates of Ammonia Loss from Mortar
2001AmmoniaJames Bittner, Stephen Gasiorowski, Frank HrachRemoving Ammonia from Fly Ash
2001AmmoniaMark Tyra, Thomas RoblResearch in Ammonia Diffusivity in Portland Cement Based Mixes
2001AmmoniaAurora Rubel, John Stencel, Robert RathboneThermal Characteristics of Ammonia Release from Combustion Ash
2001Beneficiation ICharles Williams, Dennis DobbsA Utility Perspective: Subsidized Projects – How Much Should You Pay?
2001Beneficiation IJohn Groppo, Thomas RoblAshes to Energy – The Coleman Power Plant Project
2001Beneficiation IJames KeppelerCarbon Burn-Out: An Update on Commercial Applications
2001Beneficiation ICharles Lockert, Robert Lister, John StencelCommercialization Status of a Pneumatic Transport, Triboelectrostatic System for Carbon/Ash Separation
2001Beneficiation IJames MacLean, James TranquillaMicrowave Carbon Burnout (MCB): Gas Byproducts and Deportment of Specific Metallic Elements
2001Beneficiation IStanislav Vassilev, Rosa Menendez, Diego Alvarez, Angeles BorregoMulticomponent Utilization of Fly Ash: Dream or Reality
2001Beneficiation IWilliam Barnwell, Kenneth TappPonded Bottom Ash, One Man’s Treasure
2001Beneficiation IOrhan Ozdemir, Bahri Ersoy, Mehmet CelikSeparation of Pozzolonic Material from Lignitic Fly Ash of Tuncbilek Power Station
2001Beneficiation IJames Bittner, Stephen GasiorowskiSTI’s Six Years of Commercial Experience in Electrostatic Benefication of Fly Ash
2001Beneficiation IXinkai Jiang, John StencelThe Influence of Ash Particles Interactions During Pneumatic Transport, Triboelectric Beneficiation
2001Beneficiation IPaul Hamley, Edward Lester, Alan Thompson, Michael Cloke, Martyn PoliakoffThe Removal of Carbon from Fly Ash Using Supercritical Water Oxidation
2001Chemistry and Mineralogy IAli Karayigit, Rodney GayerCharacterisation of Fly Ash from the Kangal Power Plant, Eastern Turkey
2001Chemistry and Mineralogy IRobert Zielinski, Andrea Foster, Gregory Meeker, Alan Koenig, Isabelle BrownfieldMode of Occurrence of Arsenic in Feed Coal and its Derivative Fly Ash, Black Warrior Basin, Alabama
2001Chemistry and Mineralogy IOriol Font, Xavier Querol, Feliciano Plana, Angel Lopez-Soler, Jose Chimenos, Maria March, Ferran Espiell, Silvia Burgos, Francisco Pena, Corinne AlliOccurrence and Distribution of Valuable Metals in Fly Ash from Puertollano IGCC Power Plant, Spain
2001Chemistry and Mineralogy IPanuwat Taerakul, Ping Sun, J. Lee, Danold Golightly, Linda Weavers, Harold Walker, Tarunjit ButaliaShort and Long Term Variability of Flue Gas Desulfurization By-Product
2001Construction Products IKedsarin Pimraksa, Matthias Wilhelm, Michael Kochberger, Werner WrussA New Approach to the Production of Bricks Made of 100% Fly Ash
2001Construction Products IWilliam Wolfe, Randall Poston, Tarunjit ButaliaThe Behavior of Coal Combustion Products in Structural Fills - A Case History
2001Construction Products IIPeriaswamy Arjunan, Michael Silsbee, Della RoyChemical Activation of Low Calcium Fly Ash Part 1: Identification of Suitable Activators and their Dosage
2001Construction Products IIBirendra SahuImprovement in California Bearing Ratio of Various Soils in Botswana by Fly Ash
2001Construction Products IIL.K. Crouch, Heather Sauter, Audrey Copeland, Todd Walker, Jamey Dotson, Daniel BadoeThe Effects of Fly Ash and Portland Cement on Long Term Excavatability of Flowable Fill
2001Construction Products IIPalmer SweetUse of Coal Combustion Products in Virginia
2001Construction Products IITutunlu Fatih, Atalay UmitUtilization of Fly Ash in Manufacturing of Building Bricks
2001Construction Products IIIPeriaswamy Arjunan, Michael Silsbee, Della RoyChemical Activation of Low Calcium Fly Ash Part II: Effect of Mineralogical Composition on Alkali Activation
2001Construction Products IIIRudolf Meij, Esther Kokmeijer, Leendert Tamboer, Henk te WinkelField Leaching of Bricks and Concrete Containing Coal Fly Ash
2001Construction Products IIIMaria Izquierdo, Enric Vazquez, Xavier Querol, Marilda Barra, Angel Lopez-Soler, Feliciano PlanaUse of Bottom Ash from Municipal Solid Waste Incineration as a Road Material
2001Environmental Benefits IXavier Querol, Natalia Moreno, Juan Umana, Roberto Juan, Susana Hernandez, Constantino Fernandez-Pereira, Carlos Ayora, Maria Janssen, Javier Garcia, Fly Ash Zeolitization Products Applied to Waste Water and Flue Gas Decontamination
2001Environmental Benefits INatalia Moreno, Xavier Querol, Andres Alastuey, Antonio Garcia-Sanchez, Angel Lopez-Soler, Carlos AyoraImmobilization of Heavy Metals in Polluted Soils by the Addition of Zeolitic Material Synthesized from Coal Fly Ash.
2001Environmental Benefits IJúlio Endres, Lizete Ferret, Iolanda Fernandes, Luciana HofmeisterThe Removal of Fe, Zn, Cu, and Pb from Wastewaters Using Chabazite Zeolites Produced from Southern Brazilian Coal Ashes
2001Environmental Benefits IJody Tishmack, J. Peterson, D. FlanaganUse of Coal Combustion By-Products to Reduce Soil Erosion
2001Environmental Benefits ITarunjit Butalia, William WolfeUtilization of Ohio Coal Combustion Products
2001Environmental Benefits IILoreal Heebink, David HassettCoal Fly Ash Trace Element Mobility in Soil Stabilization
2001Environmental Benefits IITarunjit Butalia, William WolfeLong-Term Permeability Monitoring of an FGD-Lined Pond Facility
2001Environmental Benefits IIMichael Sutton, Thomas Schmaltz-x, Evelyn Cheri Miller, Kathy HarperRadon Emissions from a High Volume Coal Fly Ash Structural Fill Site
2001Environmental Benefits IIKatsutoshi Yamada, Kensaku Haraguchi, Carmel Gacho, Lucila Salinas, Christopher Silverio, Bussakorn WongshiriRemoval of Phosphate from Aqueous Solution by Crystallization Using Coal Fly Ash
2001Environmental Benefits IIWilliam Wolfe, R. Lee, Tarunjit Butalia, S. BrownThe Effect of Ettringite Formation on Expansion Properties of Compacted Spray Dryer Ash
2001Environmental Benefits IIWayne Truter, Norman Rethman, Kelley Reynolds-Clausen, Richard KrugerThe Use of a Soil Ameliorant Based on Fly ash and Sewage Sludge
2001Environmental Benefits IIILucy Camacho, Stuart Munson-McGeeCombined Statistical Model for the Leaching of Heavy Metals from Fly Ash Solidified/Stabilized Wastes
2001Environmental Benefits IIIDavid Hassett, Loreal HeebinkRelease of Mercury Vapor from Coal Combustion Ash
2001Environmental Benefits IIIJames Hower, Tanaporn Sakulpitakphon, Darrell Taulbee, Mercedes Maroto-ValerStudies of Mercury Capture on Fly Ash: Examples from Power Plants Burning Kentucky Coals
2001Environmental Benefits IIIDavid BehelTVA Research on Coal Combustion By-Products: Uses and Environmental Impacts
2001Government ProgramsDebra Pflughoeft-Hassett, David HassettDeveloping Beneficial Use Rules for Coal Combustion Products (CCPs)
2001Government ProgramsLindon SearFly Ash Standards, Market Strategy and UK Practice
2001Government ProgramsKimery VoriesThe U.S. DOI, Office of Surface Mining: Initiatives Related to Coal Combustion By-Products (CCBs)
2001Keynote - PlenaryRudolf Meij, Jan van den BergCoal Fly Ash Management in Europe: Trends, Regulations and Health & Safety Aspects
2001Keynote - PlenaryAri GeertsemaCoal Products: Status and Future for the USA
2001Keynote - PlenaryRudolf Meij, Henk te WinkelHealth Aspects of Coal Fly Ash
2001Mining IRaimondo Ciccu, M. Ghiani, Roberto Peretti, A. Serci, A. ZuccaHeavy Metal Immobilization Using Fly Ash in Soils Contaminated by Mine Activity
2001Mining IJoseph Schueck, Joseph Tarantino, Timothy Kania, Barry ScheetzThe Use of FBC Ash for Alkaline Addition at Surface Coal Mines
2001Mining IPaul PetzrickThe Use of Power Plant Combustion Products in Maryland
2001Mining IPanuwat Taerakul, Mikko Lamminen, Harold Walker, E. WhitlatchWater Quality at the Roberts-Dawson Coal Mine Three Years After Placement of Flue Gas Desulfurization By-Product
2001New Products IHenk Nugteren, Natalia Moreno, Eva Sebastia, Xavier QuerolDetermination of the Available Si and Al from Coal Fly Ashes under Alkaline Conditions with the Aim of Synthesizing Zeolite Products
2001New Products IConstantino Fernandez-Pereira, Luis Arenas, Jose Parapar, Miguel Rodriguez-Pinero, Joaquin del ValleProduction of Plates Based on Coal Fly Ash for Their Use as Insulating Materials in Doors and Fire Break Walls
2001New Products IWilliam Quapp, Jeffrey Surma, Robert DejaiffeProduction of Recycled Products from Coal Ash Using a Plasma Enhanced Melter™
2001New Products IIJadwiga Wieckowska, W. PietraszkiewiczFly Ash as Carrier of Catalysts in the Claus Process
2001New Products IITapiwa Gurupira, Charles Jones, Allen Howard, Cal Lockert, Tracy Wandell, John StencelNew Products from Coal Combustion Ash: Selective Extraction of Particles with Density < 2
2001New Products IIXu Chen, Mark Farber, Yu Gao, Arun Mehta, Larry Gurnari, Eric Suuberg, Robert HurtOzonation for the Chemical Modification of Carbon Surfaces in Fly Ash
2001PostersLiming Chen, Warren Dick, Sid NelsonFlue Gas Desulfurization By-products as Lime and Sulfur Sources for Alfalfa and Soybean
2001PostersJody Tishmack, J. Peterson, D. FlanaganUse of Coal Combustion By-Products to Reduce Soil Erosion
2001PostersLuis Arenas, Constantino Fernandez-Pereira, Carlos Fernandez, Joaquin del Valle, Jose ParaparUse of Coal Fly Ash in a Sprayed Mortar for the Passive Protection against Fire of Metallic Structures
2001Welcoming Remarks - PlenaryMichael EastmanWelcoming Remarks
2003Beneficiation 1Johannes Potgieter, Sanja Potgieter-Vermaak, Richard Kruger, Japie KrugerDevelopment of a Robust Quality Control Procedure to Measure Particle Size Distributions in Fly Ash
2003Beneficiation 2Edward Brandner, Robin Oder, Russell JamisonA New Fly Ash Separator Combining Magnetic Forces with Air Drag
2003Bulk 1Craig HeidrichAsh Utilisation – an Australian Perspective
2003Bulk 1Mike HunterConcrete Domes for Flyash Storage
2003Bulk 2Mei-In Chou, Francois BothaManufacturing Commercial Bricks with Illinois Coal Fly Ash
2003Bulk 2Joel BeeghlyRecent Experiences with Lime – Fly Ash Stabilization of Pavement Subgrade Soils, Base, and Recycled Asphalt
2003Bulk 3Donald Saylak, Cindy Estakhri, Suren Mishra, Dongguen SinnBase Stabilization and Dust Control Using Calcium Chloride and Fly Ash
2003Bulk 3David Beck, William Kraemer, Richard MackBottom Ash Use in Utility Joint Trench Operation
2003Concrete 1Javed Bhatty, John Gajda, F. MillerCommercial Demonstration of High-Carbon Fly Ash Technology in Cement Manufacturing
2003Concrete 1Bruce Dockter, Kurt EylandsDevelopment of Management Options for Biomass Combustion By-Products
2003Concrete 2Aires Camoes de Azevedo, Jose Aguiar, Sai JalaliDurability of Low Cost High Performance Fly Ash Concrete
2003Concrete 2Robert Rathbone, Russ MajorsTechniques for Measuring Ammonia In Fly Ash, Mortar, and Concrete
2003Concrete 3David HassettEvaluating Expansion Potential of CCBs
2003CUBs and Sustainable DevelopmentJames Amonette, Jungbae Kim, Colleen Russell, Anthony Palumbo, W. DanielsEnhancement of Soil Carbon Sequestration by Amendment with Fly Ash
2003CUBs and Sustainable DevelopmentVincent Giampa-xThe Fate of Ammonia and Mercury in the Carbon Burn-Out (CBO™) Process
2003Environment 1B. Mittra, Sambhunath Karmakar, D. Swain, Bijoy GhoshFly Ash – a Potential Source of Soil Amendment and a Component of Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System
2003Environment 1Todd Stong, Ron Jorgenson, Russell Nelson, Tony StrohModeling of Constantly Evolving CCP Management Options at a Coal-fired Power Plant
2003Environment 2Yin-Sung Hsu, Bing-Jean Lee, Henry LiuMixing Reservoir Sediment with Fly Ash to Make Bricks and Other Products
2003Environment 2Lindon Sear, Andrew Weatherley, Andrew DawsonThe Environmental Impacts of Using Fly Ash – the UK Producers’ Perspective
2003Environment 3Leslie Petrik, Richard White, Michael Klink, Vernon Somerset, Colleen Burgers, Martin FeyUtilization of South African Fly Ash to Treat Acid Coal Mine Drainage, and Production of High Quality Zeolites from the Residual Solids
2003Environment 4Emilia Salaveri, Luis Arenas, Natalia Moreno, Xavier Querol, Jose Parapar, Constantino Fernandez-PereiraApplication of Zeolitized Coal Fly Ashes to the Depuration of Liquid Wastes
2003FGD 1Edward Anthony, Lufei Jia, Yinghai Wu, Melanie CarisCFBC Ash Hydration Studies
2003FGD 1Panuwat Taerakul, Ping Sun, Danold Golightly, Tarunjit Butalia, Harold Walker, Linda WeaversCharacterization of Hg, As and Se in Lime Spray Dryer Ash
2003FGD 2Chin-Min Cheng, Harold WalkerMechanisms Controlling Leaching Kinetics of Fixated Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Material: the pH Effect
2003Hydrology/Leaching 1Ishwar Murarka, David Hassett, Debra Pflughoeft-Hassett, Loreal HeebinkLeaching of Selected Constituents from Ammoniated Fly Ash from a Coal-Fired Power Plant
2003Hydrology/Leaching 3David Hassett, Debra Pflughoeft-Hassett, Loreal HeebinkLeaching of CCBs: Observations from Over 25 Years of Research
2003Keynote - PlenaryM. Jones, Michael McCarthy, Aikaterini McCarthyMoving Fly Ash Utilisation in Concrete Forward: A UK Perspective presented by Dr. M. R. Jones, Head of the Division of Civil Engineering and Reader in Concrete Technology at the University of Dundee, Scotland
2003Mercury 1David Hassett, Loreal HeebinkLong-Term Mercury Release from CCBs
2003Mercury 1Loreal Heebink, David HassettMercury Release from FGD
2003Novel Applications 1Alex Mishulovich, James EvankoCeramic Tiles from High-Carbon Fly Ash
2003Novel Applications 1Javed Bhatty, John Gajda, F. MillerConversion of Coal Prep-Wastes into Portland Cements
2003Novel Applications 1Anil Misra, Sushant ruhlman, Debabrata BiswasUtilization of Silo Stored and Ponded Class C Fly Ash in Road Bases
2003Novel Applications 3Haim CohenFly Ash: A Potential Excellent Scrubber for Acidic Wastes in Israel
2003Novel Applications 3Haim Cohen, Eli Lederman, Mike Werner, Ithamar Pelly, Mehmet PolatSynergetic Effect of Coal Flyash as a Scrubber to Acidic Wastes of the Phosphate Fertilizers Industry
2003PostersKarl Schroeder, Michael Schoffstall, Ann KimAdsorption of Mercury onto Fly Ash
2003PostersBrian Hart, Don Hayden, Michael PowellEvaluation of Pulverized Fuel Ash Mixed with Organic Matter to Act as a Manufactured Growth Medium
2003PostersCarlos Fernandez, Luis Arenas, Constantino Fernandez-Pereira, Jose ParaparInfluence of the Type of Ash on the Insulating Capacity of Fly Ash Mortars Used for Passive Protection against Fire
2003PostersKatsutoshi Yamada, Kensaku Haraguchi, Carmel Gacho, Bussakorn Wongshiri, Mary PenaRemoval of Dyes from Aqueous Solution by Sorption with Coal Fly Ash
2003PostersSubhash Shah, Yeon-Tae JeongThe Flow Characteristics of Fly Ash Slurry for Plugging Abandoned Wells Using Coiled Tubing
2005Aggregates 1Maria Izquierdo, Xavier Querol, Enric Vazquez, Alejandro Josa, Angel Lopez-SolerComparison Between Laboratory Leaching Properties and Field Experiments of MSWI Bottom Ash Used as an Unbound Granular Material for Road Pavements
2005Aggregates 1Benjamin Phillips - x, John Groppo, Roger PerroneEvaluation of Processed Bottom Ash for Use as Lightweight Aggregate in the Production of Concrete Masonry Units
2005Aggregates 2Atsuko Sato, Satoshi NishimotoEffective Reuse of Coal Ash as Civil Engineering Material
2005Aggregates 2Obada KayaliFlashag – New Lightweight Aggregate for High Strength and Durable Concrete
2005Aggregates 2Monica Aineto, D. Acosta, Jesus Rincon, Maximina RomeroProduction of Lightweight Aggregates from Coal Gasification Fly Ash and Slag
2005Agriculture 3John Buck, Lawrence LaBuzBottom Ash Fines as a Soil Amendment for Turfgrass and Site Closure – Laboratory and Mesocosm Studies at PPL Brunner Island and Montour Steam Electric Station
2005Agriculture 3Craig HeidrichThe Environmental Bonafides for CCP Use in Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Systems
2005Agriculture 4Anthony Palumbo, Jana Tarver, Lisa Fagan, Meghan McNeilly, Rose Ruther, James AmonettePotential for Metal Leaching and Toxicity from Fly Ash Applied for Increasing Carbon Sequestration in Soil
2005Agriculture 1Tomasz Szczygielski, Agnieszka Myszkowska, Ryszard Coufal, Olga KopczynskaPeat Consolidation with Bottom Ash - Theory and Practice
2005Agriculture 1Scott Mackiewicz, E. FergusonStabilization of Soil with Self-Cementing Coal Ashes
2005Agriculture 2Alex Elliot, Dong-ke ZhangControlled Release Zeolite Fertilisers: A Value Added Product Produced from Fly Ash
2005Agriculture 2Isa Yunusa, Derek Eamus, D. De Silva, Brad Murray, M. Burchett, Deborah Skilliter, Craig HeidrichProspects for Coal Ash in the Management of Australian Soils
2005Cement and Concrete 1: Alkali & Silica ReactionLuis Malvar, Lary LenkeMinimum Fly Ash Cement Replacement To Mitigate Alkali Silica Reaction
2005Cement and Concrete 10Abdullah Lav, M. Lav, Burak GoktepeAnalysis and Design of a Stabilized Fly Ash as Pavement Base Material
2005Cement and Concrete 2Anil Misra, Sushant ruhlman, Frederick Gustin, Ali Roohanirad, Jonathan StokesFull-Depth Cold In-Place Recycling of Asphalt Pavements Using Self-Cementing Fly Ash: Field and Laboratory Study
2005Cement and Concrete 3M. Jones, Aikaterini McCarthy, Andy BoothComparative Performance of Beneficiated Run-of-Station Fly Ash as Cement
2005Cement and Concrete 4Michael Kalinski, Praveen YerraHydraulic Conductivity of Compacted Cement-Stabilized Fly Ash
2005Cement and Concrete 5John Fox-xChanges in Fly Ash With Thermal Treatment
2005Cement and Concrete 5Nikolaos Koukouzas, Charis Vassilatos, Ioannis GlarakisMixture of Lignite Fly Ash in Concrete: Physical and Mineralogical Characterization – Case Study from Ptolemais, Northern Greece
2005Cement and Concrete 5Doug Cross, Jerry Stephens, Jason VollmerStructural Applications of 100 Percent Fly Ash Concrete
2005Cement and Concrete 7Tapiwa Gurupira, Melissa Ochsenbein, John Stencel, Ferdy MartinusDevelopment of an Automated Foam Index Test
2005Cement and Concrete 8John Kinuthia, A. GailiusWaste-Treated Waste: Stabilization of Colliery Waste from South Wales (UK) Using Wastepaper Sludge Ash (WSA)
2005Cement and Concrete 9Richard Livingston, Walairat BumrongjaroenOptimization of Silica Fume, Fly Ash and Cement Mixes for High Performance Concrete
2005Chemistry 1Masayoshi Kimoto, Hiromitsu Matsuda, Hiromi ShiraiInfluence of Coal Properties and Combustion Conditions on Specific Surface Area of Fly Ash
2005Chemistry 1Reto Giere, Huijun Li, Katherine Smith, Mark BlackfordParticulate Emissions from Combustion of a Coal+Tire Blend
2005Chemistry 1Colin Ward, David FrenchRelation between Coal and Fly Ash Mineralogy, Based on Quantitative X-Ray Diffraction Methods
2005Chemistry 2: MercuryDavid Hassett, Loreal Heebink, Debra Pflughoeft-Hassett, Erick Zacher, Lynn BrickettQuantitation and Interpretation of Release of Mercury from Coal Utilization By-Products
2005Chemistry 3: More MercuryDavid Hassett, Erick Zacher, Loreal HeebinkOrganomercury Compound Determination from Microbiologically Mediated CUB Samples
2005Chemistry 4Peter Hesbach, Alexander Abel, Ann Kim, Steven LameyRapid Batch Characterization of Coal Utilization By-Products
2005Chemistry 4Kevin HenkeTrace Element Chemistry of Fly Ashes from Co-combusted Petroleum Coke and Coal
2005Chemistry 5David Hassett, Erick Zacher, Loreal HeebinkDetermination of Expansion Potential of Coal Combustion By-Products
2005Chemistry 5Nikolaos Koukouzas, Rongshu Zeng, Vassileios Perdikatsis, Wendong Xu, Emmanuel Kakaras-xMineralogy and Geochemistry of Greek and Chinese Coal Fly Ash: Research for Potential Applications
2005Chemistry 6Henry Matjie, Martin Ginster, Chris Van Alphen, A. SobieckiDetailed Characterisation of Sasol Ashes
2005Chemistry 7Panuwat Taerakul, Ping Sun, Harold Walker, Linda Weavers, Danold Golightly, Tarunjit ButaliaChemical Composition and Engineering Properties of Solid By-products Collected from the Ohio State Carbonation and Ash Reactivation (OSCAR) Process
2005Chemistry 7Candace Kairies, Carol Cardone, Karl SchroederLeaching of CUB Using a CSTX
2005Environmental ManagementWilson Gitari, Leslie Petrik, D. Key, O. Etchebers, C. OkujeniMineralogy and Trace Element Partitioning in Coal Fly Ash/Acid Mine Drainage Co-Disposed Solid Residues
2005FGD 2Philip Disney, Larraine VinsonFGD Forced Oxidation Mechanism: A Pilot Plant Case Study
2005Mine Reclamation 1Julie Shang, Hongliu WangCoal Fly Ash as Contaminant Barrier for Reactive Mine Tailings
2005Mine Reclamation 1Damini Surender, Leslie PetrikDevelopment of a Co-Disposal Protocol for the Neutralization and Amelioration of Acid Mine Drainage with Fly Ash
2005Mine Reclamation 1Kelley Reynolds-ClausenThe Use of Fly Ash for the Control and Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage
2005Mine Reclamation 2Nathaniel DeBruin, Corey PrescottThe Maryland Coal Mine Mapping Project: Providing Access to Historic Maps for Today's Uses
2005Mine Reclamation 2Robert Zielinski, Craig Johnson, Joby AdamsUse of Sulfur Isotopes to Monitor Dissolved Sulfate Derived from a Fly Ash Emplacement Site, North-Central Colorado
2005Mine Reclamation 3Wayne Truter, Norman RethmanRe-Vegetating Mine Land that Has Been Ameliorated with Alternative Soil Ameliorants
2005New Products 1Yoshitaka IshikawaA Study on a Technology to Produce Inorganic Fibers by Melting Coal Ash
2005New Products 1Obada KayaliHigh Performance Bricks from Fly Ash
2005New Products 1Henry Liu, William Burkett, Kirk HaynesImproving Freezing and Thawing Properties of Fly Ash Bricks
2005New Products 1Akira Ohnaka, Takashi Hongo, Mikio Ohta, Yoshitsugu IzumoResearch and Development of Coal Ash Granulated Material for Civil Engineering Applications
2005New Products 2Martin Ginster, Henry MatjieBeneficial Utilisation of Sasol Coal Gasification Ash
2005New Products 2Natalia Moreno, Oriol Font, Xavier Querol, Angel Lopez-Soler, Pilar Coca, Francisco PenaDifferential Behavior of Combustion and Gasification Fly Ash from Puertollano Power Plants (Spain) for Zeolite Synthesis and Silica Extraction
2005New Products 3Stanislav PavlenkoNew Composite Binder From Secondary Mineral Resources
2005New Products 3Valeri Drozhzhin, Igor Pikulin, Mikhail Kuvaev, Sergei Redyushev, Mikhail ShpirtTechnical Monitoring of Microspheres from Fly Ashes of Electric Power Stations in the Russian Federation
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 1Michael Menghini, Roger Hornberger, Thomas Owen, Sharon Hill, Barry ScheetzBeneficial Use of FBC Coal Ash for Mine Reclamation in the Anthracite Region at the Wheelabrator Frackville and Mount Carmel Co-Gen Sites
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 1Barry Scheetz, William White, Caroline Loop, Roger Hornberger, Michael MenghiniDiagenesis of FBC Ash in an Acidic Pit Lake
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 1Harold Walker, Panuwat Taerakul, Mikko Lamminen, Yongtian He, Samuel Traina, E. WhitlatchShort- and Long-Term Behavior of Fixated FGD Material Grout at the Roberts-Dawson Mine
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 1Robin Lee, Leonard Rafalko, Paul PetzrickUse of a CCP Grout to Reduce the Formation of Acid Mine Drainage: An Update on the Winding Ridge Project
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 2Michael Menghini, Roger Hornberger, Alfred DalbertoThe Use of Leachate Data and other Factors in Evaluating CCB’s for Placement at Coal Mine Sites in Pennsylvania
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 2Deborah DaleThe Use of Neutral Leachate Test Data in Indiana’s Coal Combustion By-Product Disposal Program
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 3Roger Hornberger, Alfred Dalberto, Michael Menghini, Timothy Kania, Barry Scheetz, Daniel Koury, Thomas OwenCoal Ash Beneficial Use at Mine Sites in Pennsylvania
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 3Gregory ConradState Perspective on Regulation of Mine Placement of Coal Combustion Wastes
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 3Michael Nasi, Rebecca FinkState Regulation of CCPs & CCBs in Texas
2005OSM Interactive Forum Session 3Paul EhretThe State of Indiana’s Experience in Regulating the Disposal of Coal Ash at Surface Coal Mines
2005Policy 1Lindon SearEuropean Legislation in the UK - a threat or an opportunity?
2005Policy 1Oscar Manz, Debra Pflughoeft-HassettHistorical Perspective of Coal Ash Marketing and Promotion in the USA
2005Policy 1Wolfgang Vom Berg, Hans-Joachim FeuerbornPresent Situation and Perspectives of CCP Management in Europe
2005Policy 2John Glenn, David Goss, John SagerC2P2 – Partnership Innovation
2005Policy 2Bruce Dockter, Diana JagiellaEngineering and Environmental Specifications of State Agencies for Utilization and Disposal of Coal Combustion Products
2005Policy 2Viacheslav Putilov, Irina PutilovaModern Approach to the Problem of Utilization of Fly Ash and Bottom Ash from Power Plants in Russia
2005Policy 3Richard Kruger, Japie KrugerHistorical Development of Coal Ash Utilisation in South Africa
2005Policy 3Jennifer HitchOvercoming Barriers to CCP Use
2005Policy 3Tera Buckley, Debra Pflughoeft-Hassett, John Sager, John WardReview of State Regulations, Standards, and Practices, Related to the Use of Coal Combustion Products: Texas Review Case Study
2005Policy 4Anthony Morrison, Paul Graham, Peter NelsonFuture Ash Availability – Potential Consequences of Transformation of Australia’s Energy Generation Portfolio to 2050
2005PostersMaoming Fan, Qingru Chen, Yuemin Zhao, Daniel Tao, Zhenfu Luo, Xiuxiang Tao, Yufen Yang, Xinkai Jiang, Jinbo ZhuCoal Ash Beneficiation and Utilization in Coal Separation Process
2005PostersGeorge Skodras, Dimitrios Karangelos, Marios Anagnostakis, E. Hinis, Panagiotis Grammelis, E. Kakaras-xCoal Fly-Ash Utilisation in Greece
2005PostersMei-In Chou, Sheng-Fu Chou, Vinod Patel, Howard Lewis, Charles Williams, Mark Bryant, Francois BothaCommercialization of Fired Paving Bricks with Class F Fly Ash from Illinois Basin Coals
2005PostersKarl Schroeder, Candace KairiesDistribution of Mercury in FGD Byproducts
2005PostersValeri Drozhzhin, Lev Danilin, Mikhail Shpirt, Mikhail Kuvaev, Grigori Potemkin, Igor Pikulin, Galina KulunchakovaFormation Processes of Hollow Microspheres in the Fly Ash from Electric Power Stations
2005PostersValeri Drozhzhin, Lev Danilin, Igor Pikulin, Alexander Khovrin, Nina Maximova, Sergei Redyushev, Vladimir PimenovFunctional Materials on the Basis of Cenospheres
2005PostersLiming Chen, Yong Lee, Cliff Ramsier, Jerry Bigham, Brian Slater, Warren DickIncreased Crop Yield and Economic Return and Improved Soil Quality Due to Land Application of FGD-Gypsum
2005PostersPeter Hesbach, Colleen Burgers, Amie Greiner, David Hassett, Loreal Heebink, Mike Beck, Matt Eick, W. DanielsInter-laboratory Comparison of Leaching Methods
2005PostersSheng-Fu Chou, Mei-In Chou, Joseph Stucki, Daniel Warnock, Joseph Chemler, Mark PepplePlant Growth in Sandy Soil/Compost Mixture and Commercial Peat Moss both Amended with Illinois Coal Fly Ash
2005PostersCarol Cardone, Ann Kim, Karl SchroederRelease of Ammonia from SCR / SNCR Fly Ashes
2005PostersWilson Gitari, Vernon Somerset, Leslie Petrik, D. Key, E. Iwuoha, C. OkujeniTreatment of Acid Mine Drainage with Fly Ash: Removal of Major, Minor Elements, SO4 and Utilization of the Solid Residues for Wastewater Treatment
2005PostersPanagiotis Grammelis, George Skodras, Emmanuel Kakaras, Dimitrios Karangelos, Nikos Petropoulos, Marios Anagnostakis, S. SimopoulosUtilisation of Biomass Co-combustion Residues Coming from Pulverised Coal Boilers
2005UBC - Beneficiation of High-LOI Fly Ash - A.M.Federico Cangialosi, Michele Notarnicola, Lorenzo Liberti, Pompilio Caramuscio, Giulio Belz, Tapiwa Gurupira, John StencelCharacteristics of Fly Ashes and Processing Conditions Affecting Carbon-Ash Separation under Pneumatic Transport, Triboelectric Processing
2005UBC - Beneficiation of High-LOI Fly Ash - A.M.Stephen Johnson, Charles LockertRole of Combustion Diagnostics in an Integrated System to Reduce Fly Ash Carbon and Increase Ash Value
2005UBC - Beneficiation of High-LOI Fly Ash - P.M.James Bittner, Stephen GasiorowskiTriboelectrostatic Fly Ash Beneficiation: An Update on Separation Technologies’ International Operations
2005UBC - Characterization of High-LOI Fly AshFederico Cangialosi, Francesco Di Canio, Gianluca Intini, Michele Notarnicola, Lorenzo Liberti, Pompilio Caramuscio, Giulio BelzCombustion Reactivity of Unburned Carbon in Coal Combustion Fly Ashes
2005UBC - Control Measures (Case Studies)Neil Widmer, Philippe Gauthier, David Moyeda, Roy Payne, William SeekerCombustion Tuning Systems for Control of Unburned Carbon
2005UBC - Predictive Performance ToolsTodd Melick, Todd Sommer, Hans ConradsReal-Time Monitoring of Unburned Carbon on Utility Fly Ash
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IJeffryes Chapman, Wei Tu, Behrad Zand, Tarunjit Butalia, William WolfeFull Depth Reclamation of Asphalt Pavements Using Class F Fly Ash
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IN. Mike Jackson, Robert Mack, Scott Schultz, Mag MalekPavement Subgrade Stabilization and Construction Using Bed and Fly Ash
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IAnil Misra, Sunil Kumar, Sachin Patel, Frederick GustinResilient Moduli and Structural Layer Coefficient of Flyash Stabilized Recycled Asphalt Base
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IIPedro Amaya, Andrew AmayaThe Use of Bottom Ash in the Design of Dams
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IIJames RosenmerkelWaukesha County Airport / Crites Field Waukesha, Wisconsin – a Case Study: Full Depth Reclamation [FDR] – A Rehabilitation Option for Deteriorated Hot Mix Asphalt [HMA] Pavements
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IIIScott Slabaugh, Christopher Swan, Robert MalloyDevelopment and Properties of Foamed Synthetic Lightweight Aggregates
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IIIChristopher Swan, Gerald Topping, Mohsen KashiFlowable Fills Developed With High Volumes of Fly Ash
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IIITuncer Edil, Craig BensonSustainable Construction Case History: Fly ash Stabilization of Road-Surface Gravel
2007Aggregates/Geotechnology IVAssem Elsayed, Christopher SwanCompression Behavior of Synthetic Lightweight Aggregates
2007Agriculture IYoginder Chugh, Amit Patwardhan, Santosh MunishDemonstration of Cattle Feeding Pads using Coal Combustion Byproducts including Sulfite-rich Scrubber Sludge
2007Agriculture IIV. Manoharan, Isa Yunusa, R. LawrieInfluence of coal fly ash application on trace element mobility and distribution in soil, plant and leachate
2007Ash Facility Management ITakao Tanosaki, Kenji Nozaki, Masateru Nambu, Jin Lin, Tatsuhiko SaekiLeaching test of coal fly ash for the landfill
2007Ash Facility Management IWei Tu, Behrad Zand, Mohammad Ajlouni, Tarunjit Butalia, William WolfeThe Consolidation Characteristics of Impounded Class F Fly Ash – A Case History
2007Ash Facility Management IIRobert Youells, Dave SpacekContinuous Fly Ash Transfer System or A2P™ at JEC
2007Ash Facility Management IIAlan Rauch, Kenneth Hardin, Benjamin Phillips - x, Jeffrey Heun, Larry VanGansbekeEmbankment Load Tests on an Active Ash Basin
2007Ash Facility Management IIViacheslav Putilov - x, Irina Putilova, Alexey LunkovSome Aspects of Implementing Ecologically Sound Ash Removal Technologies at Reconstruction of Coal-Fired Power Plants in Russia
2007Ash Facility Management IIJames Carlson, Bruce HenselUsing the Moisture-Deficient Characteristics of Dry Scrubber Ash and an Arid Location to Develop a State-Approved Alternative Landfill Design: The Sunflower Electric Power Corporation Holcomb Landfill, Holcomb Kansas
2007CCT Products IYoginder Chugh, Amit Patwardhan, Sanjeev KumarDemonstration of CFB Ash as a Cement Substitute in Concrete Pier Foundations for a Photo-Voltaic Power System at SIUC
2007Cement and Concrete IJames HicksMitigation of Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR) of Highly Reactive Aggregates with Class C fly ash
2007Cement and Concrete IBarzin Mobasher, Aboozar Bonakdar, Sudheen AnantharamanModeling of Sulfate Resistance of Flyash Blended Cement Concrete Materials
2007Cement and Concrete IIYinzhi Zhang, Sid NelsonDevelopment of a New Method to Replace the Foam Index Test
2007Cement and Concrete IIJohn Fox, Daniel ConstantinerThe Influence of Fly Ash After Change to Low-NOx Burners on Concrete Strength – Case Study
2007Cement and Concrete IIINikolaos Koukouzas, Ioanna Papayianni - x, Eleni Tsikardani, Dimitra Papanikolaou, Chrisovalantis KetikidisGreek fly ash as a cement replacement in the production of paving blocks
2007Cement and Concrete IIIBruce Ramme, Thomas Jansen, Al TawilIn-Situ Mixed Concrete with 93 % to 100% Recycled Content: We Energies “Eco-Pad” Pavement
2007Cement and Concrete IIILan Wang, Cui YuanshengThe Application and Development of Fly Ash in China
2007Cement and Concrete IVMasateru Nambu, Masahiro Kato, Takao Tanosaki, Kenji Nozaki, Yoshitaka IshikawaPozzolanic reactions between natural and artificial aggregate and the concrete matrix
2007Cement and Concrete VKevin Henke, Thomas Robl, Robert RathboneEffects of Calcium Sulfate and Aluminum Crystal Forms on the Kinetics of Ettringite Formation
2007Cement and Concrete VRobert Jewell, Robert Rathbone, Thomas RoblThe Fabrication of Value Added Cement Products from Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion Ash
2007Cement and Concrete VIHerbert Nordmeyer, Paul TaylorWater-Repellent Performance in Pozzolanic and Traditional Mortars
2007Cement and Concrete VIIQunhui Zhou, Sid Nelson, Brian Nelson, Rafic Minkara, Brian Borowski, Lynn BrickettConcretes and Fly Ashes from a Full-Scale, Concrete-Friendly™ C-PAC™ Mercury Control Trial
2007Cement and Concrete VIIL.K. Crouch, Ryan Hewitt, Ben ByardHigh Volume Fly Ash Concrete
2007Chemistry & Mineralogy IOlebogeng Mooketsi, Martin Ginster, Henry Matjie, Karl-Heinz RiedelLeachate Characteristics of Ash Residues from a Laboratory-Scale Brine Encapsulation Simulation Process
2007Chemistry & Mineralogy IChaiwat Rongsayamanont, Khajornsak SopajareeModification of Synthetic Zeolite Pellets from Lignite Fly Ash A : The Pelletization
2007Chemistry & Mineralogy IITian Wang, Tingzhi Su, Jianmin Wang, Kenneth LadwigCalcium Effect on Arsenic (V) Adsorption onto Coal Fly Ash
2007Chemistry & Mineralogy IIRona Donahoe, Sidhartha Bhattacharyya, Dan Patel, Kenneth LadwigChemical Fixation of Trace Elements in Coal Fly Ash
2007Chemistry & Mineralogy IIChaiwat Rongsayamanont, Khajornsak SopajareeModification of Synthetic Zeolite Pellets from Lignite Fly Ash B : Treatability Study
2007Chemistry & Mineralogy IIIWalairat Bumrongjaroen, Isabelle Muller, Jeffrey Schweitzer, Richard LivingstonApplication of Glass Corrosion Tests to the Reactivity of Fly Ash
2007Chemistry & Mineralogy IIIMike Beck, W. Daniels, Matt EickLeachate Chemistry of Mixtures of Fly Ash and Alkaline Coal Refuse
2007Emerging Technology IPierre Carabin, Jean-Rene GagnonPlasma Gasification and Vitrification of Ash – Conversion of Ash into Glass-like Products and Syngas
2007Emerging Technology ICarlos Leiva, Luis Vilches, Xavier Querol, Jose Vale, Constantino Fernandez-PereiraUse of zeolitised fly ashes in fire resistant plates
2007Emerging Technology IIGreg Majkrzak, James Watson, Mark Bryant, Kip ClaytonEffect of Cenospheres on Flyash Brick Properties
2007Environmental ITian Wang, Jianmin Wang, Kenneth LadwigThe Leachability and Speciation of Arsenic and Selenium in Coal Fly Ash
2007Environmental IIIRobert Mensah-Biney, Elaine MartenAn Integrated Approach to Processing of Coal Combustion Ash and Organic Bio-solids
2007Environmental IIIBehrad Zand, Wei Tu, Pedro Amaya, William Wolfe, Tarunjit ButaliaEvaluation of Liquefaction Potential of Impounded Fly Ash
2007Environmental IVHenk te Winkel, Rudolf Meij, Angelo SaraberEnvironmental and health aspects of ashes produced at co-combustion of biomass
2007FGD ILoreal Heebink, Tera Buckley, David Hassett, Erick Zacher, Debra Pflughoeft-Hassett, Bruce DockterCurrent Status of Spray Dryer Absorber Material Characterization and Utilization
2007LOI/Beneficiation/Handling IDebra Pflughoeft-Hassett, David Hassett, Tera Buckley, Loreal Heebink, John PavlishAnalysis of How Carbon-Based Sorbents Will Impact Fly Ash Utilization and Disposal
2007LOI/Beneficiation/Handling ISean Kochert, Maria GiudettiDry Bottom Ash Handling Increases Marketability
2007LOI/Beneficiation/Handling IVIrina Putilova, Viacheslav PutilovEstimation of pipelines overhaul life duration of installations for pneumatic transport of ash and coal dust of TPPs and recommendations on its increase
2007Mercury IHarold Walker, Chin-Min Cheng, Danold Golightly, Ping Sun, Panuwat Taerakul, Linda Weavers, William Wolfe, Kenneth LadwigMercury Emissions During Steam-Curing of Cellular Concretes That Contain Fly Ash and Mercury-Loaded Powdered Activated Carbon
2007Mercury IHenry Liu, Shankha Banerji, William Burkett, Melissa ShinnTest of Mercury Vapor Emission from Flyash Bricks
2007Mercury IIDavid Hassett, Loreal Heebink, Erick Zacher, Debra Pflughoeft-HassettDevelopment of a Method to Determine Microbiologically Generated Mercury Vapor and Organomercury in CCBs
2007Mercury IIPeter Hesbach, Edward KachurLeaching of Phase II Mercury Control Technology By-products
2007Mercury IIRonald Landreth, Sid Nelson, Xin Liu, Zhong Tang, Arlen Overholt, Lynn BrickettMercury Reduction Performance of Concrete-Friendly™ C-PAC™ Sorbent
2007Mercury IIIRobert McCann, Kerri Hartung, Jill Hedgecock, Peggy Schuler, Steven PutrichRisk Evaluation of Leachable Mercury From Concrete Products Made With Fly Ash
2007Mining IJoseph Giacinto, Paul Petzrick - x, Leonard RafalkoCost Optimization for Mine Void Stabilization Projects: A Deep Mine Case Study
2007Mining IPeter BrennanNorthwich - grouting using 1,000,000 tonnes of conditioned PFA from Drax Power Station
2007Mining IIViswanath Vadapalli, Leslie Petrik, Veruscha Fester, Paul Slatter, Gervais SeryEffect of Fly Ash particle size on its capacity to neutralize Acid Mine Drainage and influence on the rheological behaviour of residual solids
2007PostersLi-Hua Xu, Joon-Soo Lee, Hyung Taek KimComparison of Low Temperature Ash Deposition Determined by Theoretical and Experimental Method in Coal Gasifier Condition
2007PostersNikolaos Koukouzas, Jouni Hämäläinen, Chrisovalantis Ketikidis, Dimitra Papanikolaou, Asimina TremouliDefinition of mineral and chemical composition of fly ash derived from CFB combustion of coal with biomass
2007PostersNathaniel Warner, Joseph Giacinto, Gary Reeves, Amy Albright, Paul Petzrick - xEffects of Acid Mine Drainage on CCP Grout: A Bench-Scale Weathering Experiment
2007PostersArleen Reyes Rodriguez, Miguel Pando-xEvaluation of CFBC fly ash for Improvement of Soft Clays
2007PostersBruce Hensel, Eric KovatchEvolution of Dissolved Arsenic in Groundwater Downgradient of a Coal Ash Impoundment
2007PostersYolanda Luna Galiano, Xavier Querol, Diano Antenucci, El-Aid Jdid, Constantino Fernandez-Pereira, Jose Vale, Carlos LeivaImmobilization of a metallurgical waste using fly ash-based geopolymers
2007PostersSangchul Hwang, Miguel Pando-x, Ismael Pagán, Luis Godoy, Jose Rossi, Alberto Ruiz, Neil WatlingtonJoint Industrial Byproducts Reutilization Initiative
2007PostersNatalie Pekney, Donald Martello, Karl Schroeder, Evan GraniteMeasurement of mercury flux from coal utilization by-products with a laboratory flux chamber
2007PostersLiming Chen, Cliff Ramsier, Jerry Bigham, Brian Slater, David Kost, Yong Lee, Warren DickOxidation of FGD-CaSO3 and Effect on Soil Chemical Properties When Applied to the Soil Surface
2007PostersYinghai Wu, Edward Anthony, Lufei JiaReactivation of Partially Sulphated CFBC Ash and Limestone with Steam and Liquid Water
2007PostersKarl Schroeder, Carol Cardone, Ann KimRelease of Ammonium and Mercury From Nox Controlled Fly Ashes
2007PostersYoshitaka IshikawaResearch on the Quality Distrubution of JIS Type-II Fly Ash in Japan
2007PostersCandace Kairies, Karl Schroeder, Robert Thompson, Carol Cardone, Paul RoharSolubilization of Trace Metals from FGD Gypsum Using a Continuously Stirred Tank Reactor
2007PostersWilliam Beatty, Karl Schroeder, Candace KairiesTesting Mechanisms of Mercury Retention in FGD Products
2007PostersBruce FoxThree Sisters Mountain Village Development – Transformation of Old Coal Mine Properties into Modern Day Use
2007PostersRobin Lee, Leonard Rafalko, Paul Petzrick - xUse of a CCP Grout to Reduce the Formation of Acid Mine Drainage: 10-Year Update on the Winding Ridge Project
2007PostersSangchul Hwang, Adrian Del Moral Ballesteros, Miguel Pando-x, Vanessa MaldonadoUtilization of Coal Combustion Byproducts as Capping Amendments for Heavy Metals Sequestration
2007Regulations & Standards IITera Buckley, Debra Pflughoeft-HassettNational Synthesis on Regulations, Standards, and Practices Related to the Use of Coal Combustion Products
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IWilliam Wolfe, Tarunjit Butalia, Harold WalkerFull-Depth Reclamation of Asphalt Pavements Using Lime-Activated Class F Fly Ash: Structural Monitoring Aspects
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology ILin Li, Tuncer Edil, Craig BensonProperties of Pavement Geomaterials Stabilized with Fly Ash
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IDonald Saylak, Gleb Mejeoumov, Chang-Seon Shon, Cindy Estakhri, Suren MishraSampling, Characterization, and Beneficiation of Stockpiled Fluidized Bed Coal Ash in Road Base Course Application
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IRyan Mackos, Tarunjit Butalia, William Wolfe, Harold WalkerUse of Lime-Activated Class F Fly Ash in the Full-Depth Reclamation of Asphalt Pavements: Environmental Aspects
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IIJoel Beeghly, Michael SchrockDredge Material Stabilization Using the Pozzolanic or Sulfo-pozzolanic Reaction of Lime By-products to Make an Engineered Structural Fill
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IIJohn Kinuthia, R. NidzamEffect of Slag and Siliceous Additions on the Performance of Stabilized Coal Waste Backfill
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IIYolanda Luna Galiano, Constantino Fernández-Pereira-x, Maria Izquierdo, Jose ValeUse of Different Geopolymeric Agents for the Stabilization/Solidification (S/S) of a Metallurigcal Waste
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IIIZalleris Escobar, Yahaira Lugo, Sangchul HwangBiochemical Response of Landfill with Manufactured Aggregates as a Daily Cover
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IIIJohn (Jay) Beech, Scott ElderCase Study: Use of Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler Byproduct to Solidify Oily Sludge
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IIILoreto Acevedo, Guillermo Thenoux, Alelí Osorio LirdImproved Performance of Soils Stabilized with FBC Ash
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IIIIan Fox, Bob CoombsPractical Recommendations for the use of Pulverised Fuel Ash as an Engineering Fill in the UK
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IVIvan Skidmore, David Catley, M. AndersonHigh Carbon Pulverized Fuel Ash as a Fuel Additive in Clay Bricks
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology IVMichael McCarthy, Lazslo Csetenyi, Anisha Sachdeva, M. JonesRole of Fly Ash in the Mitigation of Swelling in Lime Stabilised Sulfate-Bearing Soils
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology VAhn Ji Whan, Nam-Il Um, Gi-Chun Han, Kwang-Suk You, Sung Joo Lee, Hee Chan ChoCharacteristic of Magnetic-Substance Classification from Coal Bottom Ash using Wet Magnetic Separator
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology VRaymond Hemmings, Bruce Cornelius-x, Paul Yuran, Milton Wu-xComparative Study of Lightweight Aggregates
2009Aggregates/Geotechnology VChristopher SwanThe Use of Synthetic Lightweight Aggregates as a Component of Sustainable Designs
2009Agriculture ISambhunath Karmakar, B. Mittra, Bijoy GhoshInfluence of Industrial Solid Wastes on Soil-Plant Interactions in Rice under Acid Lateritic Soil
2009Agriculture IRichard Kruger, Karen SurridgePredicting the Efficacy of Fly Ash as a Soil Ameliorant
2009Agriculture IKaren Surridge, Alicia Van Der Merwe, Richard KrugerPreliminary Microbial Studies on the Impact of Plants and South African Fly Ash on Amelioration of Crude Oil Polluted Acid Soils
2009Agriculture IMaxim Schlossberg, John Kruse, William MillerTurfgrass Growth in Acid Soil Treated by Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Gypsum or Traditional Calcium Amendments
2009Agriculture IIDarrell Norton, Warren Dick, David KostComparison of Mined Gypsum Pellets and FGD Gypsum on Plant Productivity and Nutrient Uptake
2009Agriculture IIChin-Min Cheng, Yung-Nan Chang, Karamat Sistani, Po-Han Chiang, Juei-Chun Liu, Shu-Hsien Wen, Wei-Ping PanEmission and Leaching Potential of Mercury from Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Byproducts Amended Soil
2009Beneficiation/Handling IMaythem Mahmud, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Roger BrandwoodCharacterisation of Pulverised Fuel Ash Derived from Coal and Biomass Co-firing and their Utilisation into Value Added Products
2009Beneficiation/Handling IM. Jones, Michael McCarthy, Li Zheng, Thomas Robl, John GroppoExperiences of Processing Fly Ashes Recovered from United Kingdom Stockpiles and Lagoons, Their Characteristics and Potential End Uses
2009Beneficiation/Handling IJames Bittner, Stephen Gasiorowski, Frank HrachFly Ash Carbon Separation and Ammonia Removal at Tampa Electric Big Bend
2009Beneficiation/Handling IHrushikesh Naik, Manoj Mishra, Karanam RaoRheological Characteristics of Fly Ash Slurry at Varying Temperature Environment with and without an Additive
2009Beneficiation/Handling IIRussell Hill, Zhaozhou Zhang, Brian ShawA Fly Ash Carbon Treatment for Producing a Marketable Product from Activated Carbon Contaminated Fly Ash
2009Beneficiation/Handling IIChett Boxley, Anthony Nickens, Qizhong GuoBeneficiation and Utilization of Fly Ash Containing Mercury Impregnated Activated Carbon
2009Beneficiation/Handling IIJimmy KnowlesNew Commercial Beneficiation Process Staged Turbulent Air Reactor (STAR)
2009Beneficiation/Handling IIIJacobus Nel, Kelley Reynolds-Clausen, Yongxin XuComparison Between the Geohydrological Properties of Wet and Dry Ash Disposal Sites
2009Beneficiation/Handling IIIAdolf October, Jacobus Nel, Kelley Reynolds-Clausen, Candice Lasher, Lindelwa DlaminiHydraulic and Transport Properties of Ash Dumps
2009Beneficiation/Handling IIIJohn Daniels, Mimi Hourani, Larry HarperOrgano-Silane Chemistry: A Water Repellent Technology for Coal Ash and Soils
2009Beneficiation/Handling IIICandice Lasher, Jacobus Nel, Yongxin Xu, Adolf October, Lindelwa Dlamini, Kelley Reynolds-ClausenThe Use of Geophysics to Determine Salt Capturing and Fluid Transport Properties of Ash Dumps
2009Cement and Concrete IIIoanna Papayianni, Eleftherios AnastasiouAn Investigation of the Behaviour of Raw Calcareous Fly Ash in Mortar Mixtures
2009Cement and Concrete IIE. Ivan Diaz-Loya, Erez Allouche, Sven EklundEvaluation of Fly Ash Stockpiles as Potential Source Material for Geopolymer Concrete
2009Cement and Concrete IIIoanna Papayianni, Stamatis Tsimas, Angeliki MoutsatsouStandardization Aspects Concerning High Calcium Fly Ashes
2009Cement and Concrete IISean Kochert, Daniele Ricci, Rocco Sorrenti, Marco BertolinoTransforming Bottom Ash into Fly Ash in Coal Fired Power Stations
2009Cement and Concrete IIIWalairat Bumrongjaroen, Richard LivingstonA Figure of Merit for Fly Ash Replacement of Portland Cement
2009Cement and Concrete IIIMichael Berry, Doug Cross, Jerry StephensChanging the Environment: An Alternative “Green” Concrete Produced without Portland Cement
2009Cement and Concrete IIIGretchen Barr, Erika GuerraFly Ash in Cement Kilns: Green Practices Leading to Emissions Reductions
2009Cement and Concrete IIIL.K. Crouch, Jason PhillipsLean, Green and Mean (LGM) Concrete
2009Cement and Concrete IVLary Lenke, Luis MalvarAlkali Silica Reaction Criteria for Accelerated Mortar Bar Tests Based on Field Performance Data
2009Cement and Concrete IVKwang-Suk You, Nam-Il Um, Gi-Chun Han, Hee Chan Cho, Ahn Ji WhanManufacture of Cementitious Materials with Coal Combustion Bottom Ash and FGD gypsum
2009Cement and Concrete IVRebecca Atadero, Carolyne NamaggaOptimization of Fly Ash in Concrete: High Lime Fly Ash as a Replacement for Cement and Filler Material
2009Cement and Concrete IXDavid Rust, Robert Rathbone, Kevin Henke, Thomas Robl, Kamyar MahboubClinkerless Cement Produced from Flue Gas Desulphurization Residues and Fly Ash
2009Cement and Concrete IXTristana Duvallet, Robert Rathbone, Kevin Henke, Robert JewellLow-Energy, Low CO2-Emitting Cements Produced from Coal Combustion By-Products and Red Mud
2009Cement and Concrete VRobert Jewell, Robert Rathbone, Thomas Robl, Kevin HenkeFabrication and Testing of CSAB Cements in Mortar and Concrete that Utilize Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion Byproducts
2009Cement and Concrete VWill Stevens, Thomas Robl, Kamyar MahboubThe Cementitious and Pozzolanic Properties of Fluidized Bed Combustion Fly Ash
2009Cement and Concrete VJames Hicks, Michael Riley, Glenn Schumaker, Raj Patel, Paul SampsonUtilization of Recovered Materials for High Quality Cements and Products
2009Cement and Concrete VIXiaolu Guo, Huisheng Shi, Liming Chen, Warren DickPerformance and Mechanism of Alkali-Activated Complex Binders of High-Ca Fly Ash and Other Ca-Bearing Materials
2009Cement and Concrete VIEric Berger, Howard FitzgeraldUse of Lime and Lime Kiln Dust to Stablize Ponded Coal - Techniques and Results
2009Cement and Concrete VIIHakob AvetisyanLife Cycle Cost Minimization for Cement Production under Various Constraints
2009Cement and Concrete VIINarantuya Batmunkh, Tetsuya Ishida, Hamid NikrazPerformance Evaluation of Coal Ash Concrete as Building Materials in Mongolia
2009Cement and Concrete VIIIBrett Tempest, Olanrewaju Sanusi, Janos Gergely, Vincent Ogunro, David WeggelCompressive Strength and Embodied Energy Optimization of Fly Ash Based Geopolymer Cement Concrete
2009Cement and Concrete VIIIOlanrewaju Sanusi, Brett Tempest, Vincent Ogunro, Janos Gergely, John DanielsEffect of Hydroxyl Ion on Immobilization of Oxyanions Forming Trace Elements from Fly Ash-based Geopolymer Concrete
2009Cement and Concrete VIIIHenk Nugteren, V.C.L. Butselaar-Orthlieb, Maria Izquierdo, Geert-Jan Witkamp, Michiel KreutzerHigh Strength Geopolymers from Fractionated and Pulverized Fly Ash
2009Cement or Concrete IJohn Stencel, Melissa Ochsenbein, Federico CangialosiAutomated Foam Index Testing: A Quantitative Approach to Measure the Capacity and Dynamics During Air Entraining Agent Uptake
2009Cement or Concrete ISid Nelson, Yinzhi Zhang, Qunhui Zhou, Ronald Landreth, Daryl LipscombCommercial Experience with Concrete-Friendly Mercury Sorbents
2009Cement or Concrete ICarmel Jolicoeur, Thi Cong To, Eric Benoit, Russell Hill, Zhaozhou Zhang, Monique PageFly Ash-Carbon Effects on Concrete Air Entrainment: Fundamental Studies on Their Origin and Chemical Mitigation
2009Cement or Concrete ICarmel Jolicoeur, Thi Cong To, Thuc Nguyen, Russell Hill, Monique PageMode of Action of Anionic Surfactants for Air Entrainment in Cement Pastes w-w/o Fly Ash
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy ISharon Swanson, Leslie Ruppert, Allan Kolker, Curtis Palmer, Harvey Belkin, Ronald AffolterCharacterization of Feed Coal and Coal Combustion Products in a Power Plant Utilizing Northern Appalachian Basin Coal: A Mass Balance Approach
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IJohn Pugh, Kenneth Ladwig, Bruce Hensel, James RedwineFactors Governing Arsenic, Beryllium and Thallium Leaching from Coal Combustion Products
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IAmy Dahl, Cynthia Gilmour, Lynn BrickettMethods for Testing Trace Metal Mobility in Coal Fly Ash and FGD Solids
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IDavid French, Colin WardThe Application of Advanced Mineralogical Techniques to Coal Combustion Product Characterisation
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IIWalairat Bumrongjaroen, Richard Livingston, Isabelle Muller, Jeff DavisCharacterization of Glassy Phases in Fly Ash by Particle SEM
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IIColin Ward, David French, Leanne Stephenson, Kenneth Riley, Zhongsheng LiEvaluating the Interaction of Coal Ash Leachates with Rock Materials for Mine Backfill Studies
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IIOriol Font, Maria Izquierdo, Raquel Ochoa-Gonzalez, Carlos Leiva, Maria Lopez-Anton, Xavier Querol, Mercedes Diaz-Somoano, M. Martinez-Tarazona, ConstFate of Trace Pollutants in PCC-FGD Power Plants
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IIIMuluken Yeheyis, Julie Shang, Ernest YanfulChemical and Mineralogical Transformations of Coal Fly Ash after Landfilling
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IIIDavid French, Kenneth Riley, Colin Ward, Leanne Stephenson, Lila GurbaComparison of Waste from PF Utilities and Transitional Technologies using Australian Coal
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IIITomasz Szczygielski, Jan HycnarHCFA and CO2 Savings in Europe – Resources, Markets, Technologies
2009Chemistry/Mineralogy IVKenneth Smith, Terry Dixon, James TaylorOn-Line Monitoring of Carbon in Fly Ash for Boiler Control
2009ConstructionN. Mike Jackson, Scott Schultz, Lindsay SchoppBlended CFB Ash and Limestone Base Course
2009ConstructionHenry Liu, Shankha Banerji, William Burkett, Jesse Van EngelenhovenEnvironmental Properties of Fly Ash Bricks
2009ConstructionLu-Ming Chen, Mei-In Chou, Sheng-Fu Chou, Joseph StuckiProducing Fired Bricks Using Coal Slag from a Gasification Plant in Indiana
2009ConstructionXiaoming Liu, Haifang Wen, Tuncer Edil, Craig BensonStabilization of FGD By-products by Using Fly Ash, Cement and Sialite
2009Environmental IBruce Hensel, Kenneth Ladwig, Karen SummersRemediation of Groundwater at Coal Combustion Product Management Facilities: Driving Issues and Future Trends
2009Environmental IRobert Waldrop, Mike Beck, W. Daniels, Matt Eick, Rory Maguire, Joe Hunt, Bobby JoynerRemoval of Nutrients from Stormwater Using CCPs
2009Environmental IPaul Petzrick - x, Gary ReevesThe Use of Coal Combustion Products by Local Watershed Groups to Seal Stream Loss Zones in Karst Topography
2009Environmental IColin Ward, David French, Kenneth Riley, Zhongsheng Li, Leanne StephensonVariations in Element Mobility from Fly Ashes Stored in Different Environments
2009Environmental IIHaim Cohen, Gyora Segev, Roy Liberman, Eyal Elish, Eitan BorojovichFly Ash as a Potential Scrubber for Low Activity Radioactive Wastes
2009Environmental IIRobin Lee, Jason Litten, Raymond Hemmings, Paul Petzrick - xUse of a CCB Grout Barrier to Reduce the Formation of Acid Mine Drainage: The Siege of Acre Project, Kempton, Maryland
2009Environmental IIIHenk te WinkelEnvironmental and Health Aspects of Ashes Produced at Co-Combustion of Biomass
2009Environmental IIIMike Beck, W. Daniels, Matt EickGeochemical Properties and Long-term Contaminant Release Patterns from CCPs in Acid-Forming Coal Refuse Materials
2009Environmental IIIAnthony Palumbo, Iris Porat, Jana Phillips, James Amonette, Meghan Drake, Steven Brown, Christopher SchadtLeaching of Mixtures of Biochar and Fly Ash
2009Environmental IVWilson Gitari, O. Fatoba, A. Nyamhingura, Leslie Petrik, Viswanath Vadapalli, Jacobus Nel, Adolf October, Lindelwa Dlamini, Gerhard Gericke, Jabulani Chemical Weathering in a Dry Ash Dump: An Insight from Physicochemical and Mineralogical Analysis of Drilled Cores
2009Environmental IVMaria Izquierdo, Xavier Querol, Charles Phillippart, Diano AntenucciInfluence Of Curing Conditions on Geopolymer Leaching
2009FGDAlex HohneA Novel Approach to the Handling and Disposal of Coal Combustion Products
2009FGDDebra Pflughoeft-Hassett, Kenneth Ladwig, David Hassett, Bruce Dockter, Loreal Heebink, Kurt Eylands, Janelle HoffarthCharacteristics and Performance of Fly Ash from Sodium Sorbent Scrubbing of SO3 Emissions from Coal-Based Power Plants
2009FGDRaquel Ochoa-Gonzalez, Mercedes Diaz-Somoano, Oriol Font, Carlos Leiva, Maria Lopez-Anton, Maria Izquierdo, Xavier Querol, M. Martinez-Tarazona, ConstDifferential Partitioning and Speciation of Hg in Wet FGD Facilities of PCC Power Plants
2009FGDAvner Vengosh, Laura Ruhl, Gary Dwyer, Heileen Hsu-Kim, Amrika Deonarine, Mike Bergin, Julia KravchenkoThe Environmental and Health Effects of the Coal Ash Spill at Kingston, Tennessee: Preliminary assessment
2009KeynoteChristopher HardinBest Management Practices for Coal Ash Storage Facilities
2009KeynoteTom FitzgeraldCurrent Issues in the Regulation of Coal Ash
2009KeynoteDan CharhutDry Bottom Ash Handling Options and New Technology
2009KeynoteMatt HaleEPA Comments Regarding TVA Kingston Event
2009KeynoteMichael ScottUpdate on Kingston Ash Spill
2009Mining/Reclamation IKelley Reynolds-Clausen, Karen SurridgeAsh Microbiology: A Molecular Study
2009Mining/Reclamation IPaul Petzrick - xCoal Combustion By-Product Tools and Mine Pools: Environmental and Geotechnical Engineering Comments from Maryland
2009Mining/Reclamation IZbigniew Piotrowski-x, Radoslaw Pomykala, Jerzy KanafekThe Utilization of Energy Waste in Polish Underground Coalmines
2009Mining/Reclamation IIWilliam Wolfe, Tarunjit Butalia, Harold Walker, Robert BakerBeneficial Use of FGD By-products in Mine Land Reclamation
2009Mining/Reclamation IIDavid Hassett, Dana Meier, Loreal Heebink, Janelle Hoffarth, Debra Pflughoeft-HassettEvaluation of CCP Leachate Interactions with Mine Overburden
2009Mining/Reclamation IILiming Chen, David Kost, Harold Walker, Xiaolu Guo, Jerry Bigham, Joel Beeghly, Warren DickReclamation of an Abandoned Surface Coal Mined Land Using a Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization Product
2009Mining/Reclamation IIWayne Truter, Norman Rethman, Catharina Potgieter, Richard KrugerRe-vegetation of Cover Soils and Coal Discard Material Ameliorated with Class F Fly Ash
2009Mining/Reclamation IIIJohn Seymour, Pedro Amaya, Dan Bodine, Mohammad AjlouniGeotechnical Design Considerations for Landfill Construction Over an Ash Pond
2009New Products IGediminas Markevicius, Joshua Stoll, Vivak Malhotra, Charles Miller, Francois BothaDevelopment of Wood-Substitute Composites from FGD Sulfite-Rich Scrubber Material and Waste Plastic Bottles While Taming Potential Mercury Reemission
2009New Products IPeng Si, Xiuchen Qiao, Y. Luo, X. Song, Jianguo YuExtraction of Aluminum from Combustion Ash of Coal Spoil
2009New Products IGuanjie Zhai, Yufen Yang, Guosheng Gai, Ping Wu, Barry Scheetz, Della RoyResearch on the Whiteness and Properties of Modified Coal Fly Ash
2009New Products IAngeliki Moutsatsou, Grigorios Itskos, Nikolaos Koukouzas, Panagiotis VounatsosSynthesis of Aluminum-Based Metal Matrix Composites (MMCs) with Lignite Fly Ash as Reinforcement Material
2009New Products IIJohn Groppo, Rick HonakerEconomical Recovery of Fly Ash-Derived Magnetics and Evaluation for Coal Cleaning
2009New Products IIINikolaos Koukouzas, Charalampos Vasilatos, Grigorios Itskos, Angeliki MoutsatsouCharacterization of CFB-Coal Fly Ash Zeolitic Materials and Their Potential Use in Wastewater Treatment
2009New Products IIICarlos Montes, Erez AlloucheEvaluation of Class ‘C’ and Class ‘F’ Fly Ash as Precursors for a Corrosion Resistant Geopolymer Coating
2009New Products IIIDarrell Taulbee, James Thurman, Greg SchwabReducing the Explosion Potential of Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizer by Coating with Coal Combustion By-Products
2009New Products IVCharles LockertControlling Ammonia-in-Ash through Direct Measurement of Ammonium Bisulfate
2009New Products IVDilip Nath, Sri Bandyopadhyay, Aibing Yu, Darryl Blackburn, Chris WhiteCorrelation of Mechanical and Structural Properties of Fly ash Filled–isotactic Polypropylene Composites
2009Policy INigel Cooke, Peter Quinn10 Years of Sustainability at ScotAsh
2009Policy INeil Davies, Robert Bachus, Vernon DotsonApplication of Asset Management Principles to CCP Storage Impoundments
2009Policy ISteven PutrichIntegrated CCP Management - 101 and Beyond
2009Policy IIYoshitaka Ishikawa, Takeshi KigaAiming to Interchange Effective Use of CCP Technology in Asian Countries: Setting up the Committee on Advancing the Effective Use of CCP Technology in JCOAL
2009Policy IIHans-Joachim Feuerborn, Nicolai Bech-xCoal Combustion Products in Europe - Development and Trends -
2009Policy IIJohn SagerThe Coal Combustion Product Partnership: Creating Value in Coal Ash Management
2009PostersMihee Lim, Kwang-Suk You, Gi-Chun Han, Hee Chan Cho, Ahn Ji WhanAdsorption Behavior of Heavy Metals on NaP1 Zeolite Synthesized from Coal Bottom Ash
2009PostersImiraily Hernandez, Irimar Feliciano, Sangchul HwangBio-viability on Restored Open Pit with Coal Ash Aggregate Amendment
2009PostersTakao Tanosaki, Yoshifumi Watanabe, Yoshitaka Ishikawa, Masateru Nambu, Jin Lin, Qijun Yu, Shigeyoshi NagatakiCharacterization of East Asian Fly Ash by Polarization Microscope
2009PostersVictor Hernandez, Sangchul HwangExplosives Sorption to Coal Ash Aggregates
2009PostersIsomar Latorre, Daniel Roman, Sangchul HwangFeasibility of Open Pit Restoration with Coal Ash Aggregates: Ground Water Quality Assessment
2009PostersH. Zhou, Y. Luo, Jianguo Yu, Xiuchen QiaoFeasibility of Recovery Alumina from Coal Fly Ash
2009PostersFátima Arroyo, Oriol Font, Constantino Fernandez-Pereira, Xavier Querol, Jose Chimenos, Hubert ZeegersGermanium and Gallium Extraction from Gasification Fly Ash: Optimisation for the Up-Scaling of a Recovery Process
2009PostersLisa Bradley, Genny Fent, Stan CasteelIn Vivo Bioavailability of Arsenic in Coal Combustion By-products
2009PostersBruno Valentim, James Hower, Deolinda Flores, Alexandra GuedesLaminar Calcite Aggregates Formation in the Fly Ash light Fraction
2009PostersAri Lewis, Sonja Sax, Chris LongMercury Inhalation Risks from Use of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) as Structural Fill and from Disposal of CCP-Containing Wallboard and Concrete in Landfills
2009PostersChris Long, Ari Lewis, Sonja SaxMercury Inhalation Risks in Indoor Air from Use of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) in Building Materials
2009PostersLisa Bradley, A. Elizabeth Perry, Kelly Vosnakis, Christine ArcherPAHs and Dioxins Not Present in Fly Ash at Levels of Concern
2009PostersGhanashyam Neupane, Rona DonahoePotential Use of Surfactant-Modified Zeolite for Attenuation of Trace Elements in Fly Ash Leachate
2009PostersLaura Michael, Erica BreighnerReclaiming Western Maryland Abandoned Mines Using Coal Combustion By-Products
2009PostersFátima Arroyo, Natividad Pérez Camacho, Pilar Coca, Constantino Fernández-Pereira-xRecovery of Germanium from Coal Fly Ash Leachate by Precipitation
2009PostersEton Codling, Akanksha RajaSoil Chemistry Still Affected 23 Years After Large Application of Fluidized Bed Combustion Ash
2009PostersMohammed Elsageer, Steve Millard, Stephanie BarnettStrength Development of Concrete Containing Coal Fly Ash under Different Curing Temperature Conditions
2009PostersWill Stevens, Thomas Robl, Kamyar MahboubThe Cementitious and Pozzolanic Properties of Fluidized Bed Combustion Fly Ash
2009PostersGrigorios Itskos, Socrates Itskos, Nikolaos KoukouzasThe Effect of the Particle Size Differentiation of Lignite Fly Ash on Cement Industry Applications
2009PostersJong-Yun Kim, Myung-Seok Yoon, Sang-Hwa Jung, Sang-Jae Han, Nam-Woong LimThe Mechanical Properties of Coal-Ash Generated in South Korea for Using Highway Road Material
2009PostersRobert Jewell, Thomas Robl, Robert Rathbone, John Groppo, James HowerThe Sedimentation, Stratigraphy and Petrography of a Coal-Ash Pond in Carroll County, Kentucky
2009PostersHenry Liu, Jesse Van EngelenhovenUse of ASTM Standards for Testing Freeze-Thaw Resistance of Fly Ash Bricks
2009PostersBruce DockterUsing Class C Fly Ash to Mitigate Alkali–Silica Reactions in Concrete
2009PostersYolanda Luna Galiano, Constantino Fernández-Pereira-x, Jose Vale, Luis AlbercaWaste Stabilization/Solidification (S/S) Using Fly Ash-Based Geopolymers. Influence of Carbonation on the S/S of an EAF Dust
2011Aggregates IJohn Seymour, Michael HoulihanAdvances in Design of Landfills over CCR Ponds and CCR Landfills
2011Aggregates IJ. Antonio Carraro, Ethan Wiechert, Jesse Dunham-FrielBeneficial Use of Off-Specification Fly Ash to Improve the Small-Strain Stiffness of Expansive Soil-Rubber Mixtures
2011Aggregates IDarin Duran, Stan PetersFoamed Flash-Fill to Mitigate Frost Heaving of Street Repair Patches
2011Aggregates IChristopher Hardin, Nick PerrottaOperations and Maintenance Guidelines for Coal Ash Landfills - Coal Ash Landfills are NOT the Same as Subtitle D Solid Waste Landfills
2011Aggregates IIJin-young Kong, Hyuk-sang JungHardening Characteristics of Controlled Low Strength Material Made of Coal Ash
2011Aggregates IIAlexis Semach, Gary Zych, William Wolfe, Tarunjit ButaliaLaboratory Analysis of Geocomposites for Use in Drainage Systems in CCP Landfills
2011Aggregates IIHyuk-sang Jung, Jin-young KongPilot Scale Test for the Application of Controlled Low Strength Materials Made from Coal Ashes
2011Aggregates IIIYajuan Wei, Hanxu Li, Kenichi Honma, Takao Tanosaki, Yoshihiko Ninomiya, Masato Kawaguchi, Norihisa TatarazakoEffect of Additives on Slag Properties in an Entrained Bed Gasifier
2011Aggregates IIIChang-Seon Shon, Donald Saylak, Suren MishraEvaluation of Manufactured Fluidized Bed Combustion Ash Aggregate as Road Base Course Materials
2011Aggregates IIIFabio Santos, Lin Li, Yadong Li, Farshad AminiGeotechnical Properties of Fly Ash and Soil Mixtures for Use in Highway Embankments
2011Aggregates IIITarunjit Butalia, William Wolfe, James KirchStructural Monitoring of Full-Scale Asphalt Pavements Reclaimed Using Class F Fly Ash
2011Aggregates IVThomas Robl, Josh Brien, Anne OberlinkThe Utilization Potential of Anthracite CFBC Spent Bed Fly Ash as a Concrete Additive
2011Agriculture IHarry Schomberg, Dwight Fisher, Dinku Endale, Dory Franklin, Michael JenkinsEvaluation of FGD-Gypsum to Improve Forage Production and Reduce Phosphorus Losses from Piedmont Soils
2011Agriculture ISangchul Hwang, Isomar LatorreTopical Application of Manufactured Aggregates to Cordyline fruticosa and Phaselous vulgaris
2011Agriculture IDexter Watts, H. Allen TorbertUse of FGD Gypsum on a Bermudagrass Pasture in the Appalachian Plateau Region
2011Agriculture IIKandasamy Arivazhagan, Shiv Dube, V. MathurEffect of Coal Fly Ash on Agricultural Crops: Showcase Project on Use of Fly Ash in Agriculture in and around Thermal Power Station Areas of National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd., India
2011Agriculture IISiddharth Singh, Dadibal Gond, Amit Pal, B.K. Tewary, A. SinhaPerformance of Several Crops Grown in Fly Ash Amended Soil
2011Beneficiation IJohn Trast, Dawn DeJardin, Gerard SkrzypchakBeneficial Use of Fly Ash for an Airport Safety Way Extension over a Multiple Year Project
2011Beneficiation ICraig Schuettpelz, Todd Stong, Ron JorgensonManaging Coal Combustion Products and Process Water in the New Regulatory Environment
2011Beneficiation IIHenk Nugteren, Mary Ogundiran, Geert-Jan Witkamp, Michiel KreutzerCoal Fly Ash Activated by Waste Sodium Aluminate Solutions as an Immobilizer for Hazardous Waste
2011Beneficiation IIJimmy Knowles, William Fedorka, Robbie Hendrix, John Castleman, Todd WilsonCommercial Update on Beneficiation Process Staged Turbulent Air Reactor (STAR)
2011Beneficiation IIYabing Jiang, Milton Wu, Qingfa Su-x, Maoyuan Liu, Chiqian LinDry CFB-FGD By-Product Utilization - International Prospectives
2011Beneficiation IIJames Bittner, Stephen Gasiorowski, Wledek LewandowskiPolish Chemical Plant Utilizes Separation Technologies’ Carbon Removal Process
2011Beneficiation IIIEdwin PetersonAn Aid to Fugitive Material Control in Coal Ash Applications
2011Beneficiation IIIKyle CrakeFly Ash Reclamation through Beneficiation
2011Beneficiation IIISteven BirdwellStabilization of Dredge Spoils to Meet Environmental and Geotechnical Performance Criteria
2011Beneficiation IIIDale BradshawThe Time Has Come to Mine and Refine Coal Ash
2011Beneficiation IVHrushikesh Naik, Manoj Mishra, Karanam RaoEvaluation of Flow Characteristics of Fly Ash Slurry at 40% Solid Concentration with and without an Additive
2011Beneficiation IVChristopher Hardin, John DanielsPreserving Structural Fill and Mine Reclamation as Acceptable Beneficial Reuse of CCRs
2011Beneficiation IVJin Lee, Sabrina Bradshaw, Tuncer Edil, Craig BensonQuantifying the Benefits of Flue Gas Desulfurization Gypsum in Sustainable Wallboard Production
2011Cement and Concrete IJohn Dryden, Mag MalekDefining a Research Program for Cement, Brick, and Block Production from a Novel FGD Product
2011Cement and Concrete IChristopher Shearer, N. N. Yeboah, Kimberly Kurtis, Susan BurnsThe Early Age Behavior of Biomass Fired and Co-fired Fly Ash in Concrete
2011Cement and Concrete IGarry CraigThe Potential to Re-use Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) at Eraring Power Station in NSW, Australia
2011Cement and Concrete IIIoanna Papayianni, Eleftherios AnastasiouDevelopment of Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) by Using High Volume of Calcareous Fly Ash
2011Cement and Concrete IIColter Roskos, Doug Cross, Michael Berry, Jerry StephensIdentification and Verification of Self-Cementing Fly Ash Binders for "Green" Concrete
2011Cement and Concrete IIIWalairat Bumrongjaroen, Isabelle Muller, Richard Livingston, Jeff DavisA Performance-based Fly Ash Classification System Using Glassy Particle Chemical Composition Data
2011Cement and Concrete IIIXiuping Feng, Boyd ClarkEvaluation of the Physical and Chemical Properties of Fly Ash Products for Use in Portland Cement Concrete
2011Cement and Concrete IIIJanuarti Ekaputri, Koichi MaekawaLeaching and Adsorption Modeling of Boron in Fly Ash and Nonlinear Transport Analysis
2011Cement and Concrete IIIYinzhi Zhang, Ronald Landreth, Daryl LipscombNew Applications of the Concrete-Friendly Mercury Sorbent C-PACTM
2011Cement and Concrete IVKunal Kupwade-Patil, Erez AlloucheEffect of Alkali Silica Reaction (ASR) in Geopolymer Concrete
2011Cement and Concrete IVSaiprasad Vaidya, E. Ivan Diaz-Loya, Erez AlloucheExperimental Evaluation of Self-Cure Geopolymer Concrete for Mass Pour Applications
2011Cement and Concrete IVTimothy Barrett, Igor De la Varga, J. Schlitter, Jason WeissReducing the Risk of Cracking in High Volume Fly Ash Concrete by Using Internal Curing
2011Cement and Concrete VMarc Zacharias, Karla Kruse, Anthony Bentivegna, Sunna Wallevik, Paul Sandberg, Olafur WallevikIn-Boiler Beneficiation of Coal Combustion Products for Enhanced Cementitious Value
2011Cement and Concrete VAnne Oberlink, Thomas RoblNon-Portland Cement Activation of Blast Furnace Slag
2011Cement and Concrete VAndrea Solis, Stephan Durham, Anu RamaswamiThermal Performance of High Volume Fly Ash Concrete During and After Curing
2011Cement and Concrete VIWilliam Caires, Stan PetersClass C Mixtures as Alternates to Portland-cement-based Foundation Concrete
2011Cement and Concrete VIMohammad Alhassan, Suleiman AshurSustainable Fly Ash Bridge Deck Concrete Overlay
2011Cement and Concrete VIAndrew AcevesThe Use of Non-Commercial Fly Ash in Roller Compacted Concrete Structures
2011Cement and Concrete VIINicolai Bech, Hans-Joachim FeuerbornAsh Quality in Europe - Primary and Secondary Measures
2011Cement and Concrete VIIM. Jones, Michael McCarthy, Moray NewlandsFly Ash Route to Low Embodied CO2 and Implications for Concrete Construction
2011Cement and Concrete VIIEdwin DunstanHow Does Pozzolanic Reaction Make Concrete “Green”?
2011Cement and Concrete VIIAnne Egelston, Lisa CooperThe Future of Carbon Credits from Fly Ash Substitution Products
2011Chemistry IAngel Palomo, Ana Fernandez-Jimenez"Alkaine Activation," Procedure for Transforming Fly Ash into New Materals, Part I: Applications
2011Chemistry IG. Nyambura Muriithi, Wilson Gitari, Leslie PetrikCarbonation of Brine Slurried Size Fractionated Coal Combustion Fly Ash
2011Chemistry ISteven ButlerTesting the Ammonia Content of Class F Fly Ash
2011Chemistry IITakao Tanosaki, Qijun Yu, Shigeyoshi NagatakiAre Fly Ashes Green?
2011Chemistry IIOriol Font, Patricia Cordoba, Xavier Querol, Pilar Coca, F. GarciaCo-Gasification of Biomass: Effect on the Fate of Trace Elements
2011Chemistry IIMaria Izquierdo, Nikolaos Koukouzas, Sofia Touliou, Kyriakos Panopoulos, Xavier Querol, Grigorios ItskosInfluence of Coal Geochemistry on the Leaching of Lignite-fired By-products
2011Chemistry IIPrasanna Seshadri, Dennis Sisk, Frank Bowman, Steven Benson, Wayne SeamesLeachability of Arsenic and Selenium in Submicron Coal Fly Ash
2011Chemistry IIIOriol Font, Patricia Cordoba, Carlos Leiva, Luis Romeo, Irene Bolea, Isabel Guedea, Natalia Moreno, Xavier Querol, Carlos Fernandez, L. DiezFate of Mercury and Other Trace Elements in an Oxy Coal Combustion Pilot Plant
2011Chemistry IIICraig HeidrichNaturally Occurring Radionuclides in Australian Coal Combustion Products (CCPs)
2011Chemistry IVPatricia Cordoba, Oriol Font, Maria Izquierdo, Xavier Querol, Carlos Ayora, Antonio GimenezEnrichment and Speciation of Elements in Re-circulated Waters from Desulphurisation at Two Spanish Power Plants
2011Chemistry IVFabian Greffrath, Martin Schiemann, Ing. V. Scherer, Alfred GwosdzSpectral Emittance Characteristics of Powdery and Molten Coal Ashes
2011Environment ISangchul Hwang, Perla Torres, Carlos ColonCoal Ash Concrete Blocks for Reduction of Algal Growth and Ammonia Toxicity
2011Environment IClark WestStructured Geomembrane Liners in Landfill Base and Closure Systems
2011Environment IIBruce Hensel, Eric Tlachac, Michael Bollinger, Renee CiprianoClosure of Unlined CCR Impoundments: Working with State and Federal Agencies to Develop a Mutually Acceptable Solution
2011Environment IIChristian Briggs, Rebekka Fine, Mae GustinMercury Release from Soils Amended with Flue Gas Desulfurization Solids
2011Environment IIA. Elizabeth Perry, Douglas HermannPotential Effect of Proposed Coal Combustion Residuals Regulation and Alternative Leach Testing on Beneficial Reuse
2011Environment IIDawn Santoianni, Jennifer Whaley, Matthew Bingham, Kenneth Ladwig, James LingleQuantifying the Costs of Subtitle C Regulation of Coal Combustion Residuals Using Site-Specific Data: Why Limitations in Publicly-Available Data Lead to Estimation Error
2011Environment IIIDavid HansenCoal Flyash Used for New Environmental Coating Product
2011Environment IIIClark West, M. Ayers, J. UrrutiaImpermeable Liner/Synthetic Turf Closures for Landfills
2011Environment IIIMonte Ellis, Charles Wilson, Jane ThomasUnderstanding CCP Leaching Procedures
2011Environment IVSteven Putrich, Todd McDaniels"Finding Redemption" - Ash Pond Closures in Light of Proposed Federal CCR Rules
2011Environment IVR.J. van Eijk, Henk te Winkel, Arthur StamEnvironmental and Health Aspects of Coal and Biomass Co-combustion Ashes
2011Environment IVJoseph Robb, Tamara Sorell, Rebecca Devries, Dan CookeVegetation Impacts of Inorganics in an Ash-Impacted Cattail Marsh
2011Environment IXStephen Whiteside, William Friers, Michael Schumaker, John ReichlingComprehensive Approach for Managing Risk from CCP Storage Facilities
2011Environment IXJohn DaviesHow to Overcome NIMBY Opposition for Storage and Disposal of Fly Ash
2011Environment IXTammy Rauen, Michelle NordwaldProposed CCP Disposal Regulations: Groundwater Monitoring and Recordkeeping
2011Environment VRichard Rago, Glen BrelandEvaluation of Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) False Positives for Arsenic and Trace Metals Analysis in Coal Ash and Coal Ash Media
2011Environment VAlex Cozzi, C. Bannochie, Paul Burket, Charles Crawford, Carol JantzenImmobilization of Radioactive Waste in Fly Ash Based Geopolymers
2011Environment VPeter Lemke, Phillip CrouseManagement and Treatment Alternatives for CCR-Influenced Waters
2011Environment VFrancisco Rodriguez, Enrique Tova, Miguel Morales, Miguel Delgado, Mariano ReyesNew LOI Monitor for Maximizing Accuracy and Reliability Using Calcination Techniques
2011Environment VIMichael Alowitz, Kevin ArmstrongCCP Groundwater Monitoring – Importance of Groundwater Redox Conditions
2011Environment VIRay Bryant, Athony Buda, Peter Kleinman, Clint Church, Salil Bose, Arthur AllenFGD Gypsum Filters Remove Soluble Phosphorus from Agricultural Drainage Waters
2011Environment VIAndrew Garrabrants, David Kosson, Rossane DeLapp, Susan Thorneloe, Greg Helms, Mark Baldwin, Peter KariherThe Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework as a Tool for Evaluating Release from Coal Combustion Residues
2011Environment VIIAri LewisChemical Constituents in Coal Combustion Residues: Risks and Toxicological Updates
2011Environment VIIMaria Visa, Mihaela Nacu, Radu CarcelFly Ash Substrates for Complex Wastewater Treatment
2011Environment VIIGregory MillerMonitored Natural Attenuation: A Remediation Strategy for Groundwater Impacted by Coal Combustion Product Leachate
2011Environment VIIE. Ivan Diaz-Loya, Erez Allouche, Sven EklundToxicity Mitigation and Solidification of Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Fly Ash Using Alkaline Activated Coal Ash
2011Environment VIIIMichael McCarthy, Lazslo Csetenyi, M. Jones, Anisha SachdevaClay-Lime Stabilization: Characterizing Fly Ash Effects in Minimizing the Risk of Sulfate Heave
2011Environment VIIIJames Tipton, Rachel Combs, Hugo AparicioDewatering a Dry Fly Ash Stack The Piggyback Part 1
2011Environment VIIIChris AthanassopoulosGeosynthetic Clay Liners in Coal Combustion Residual Containment Applications
2011Environment XMark WollschlagerEnvironmental Regulatory Changes Potentially Affecting Coal Fired Facilities
2011Environment XMichael Houlihan, Michael HayesPractical Approaches to Meeting the Pending Stem Electric Power Effluent Guidelines for CCB Landfill Leachate
2011KeynoteLisa BradleyIs Coal Ash Toxic? - 2011 WOCA Plenary PODCAST
2011KeynoteLisa BradleyIs Coal Ash Toxic? - 2011 WOCA Plenary PPT
2011KeynoteAnne WeirWorld Customs Organization’s Harmonized System Can Put Coal Ash in a Class of Its Own - WOCA 2011 Plenary PAPER
2011KeynoteAnne WeirWorld Customs Organization's Harmonized System can put Coal Ash in a Class of its Own - 2011 WOCA Plenary PODCAST
2011KeynoteAnne WeirWorld Customs Organization's Harmonized System can put Coalo Ash in a Class of its Own - 2011 WOCA Plenary PPT
2011Kingston IDaniel Jones, Mark Stack, Suzy Young, Neil CarrikerAssessing Risks in a Dynamic Environment –The TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project
2011Kingston INeil Carriker, Dennis Yankee, Rick Sherrard, William Rogers, Daniel Jones, Suzy Young, Paul ClayIntegrated Ecological Research TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project
2011Kingston IDennis Yankee, Steve McCrackenProgress Update -- TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project
2011Kingston ICraig ZellerTVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project Regulatory Framework
2011Kingston IIRock Vitale, Ruth Forman, Dennis CallaghanCreating “Bullet-Proof” Environmental Information – A Case Study in Driving an Emergency Response to a Highly Managed Process
2011Kingston IIStephen ScottSimulation of Erosion, Transport, and Long-Term Fate of Coal Fly ash from the TVA Kingston Site
2011Mining and Reclamation INate Mauger, Robert Baker, Tarunjit Butalia, William WolfeImpacts of Reclamation and Remining on Watersheds of Pre-Law Legacy Coal Mines
2011Mining and Reclamation IChristopher Hardin, Nick PerrottaPractical Considerations for the Management and Closure of Wet Coal Ash Pond Systems
2011Mining and Reclamation IIHarold Walker, Rachel Pasini, Chin-Min Cheng-x, Robert Baker, Tarunjit Butalia, William WolfeFGD By-Product Utilization at Ohio Coal Mine Sites: Leaching Studies and Life Cycle Assessment
2011Mining and Reclamation IIJae YangRemediation Technology for Abandoned Mine Waste with Coal Combustion Product (CCP)
2011Mining and Reclamation IIJennifer Kolbe, Linda Lee, Chad Jafvert, Ishwar MurarkaUse of Alkaline Coal Ash for Reclamation of a Former Strip Mine
2011New Products IAnca Duta, Cristina CazanAccelerated Aging Test of Composites Based on Rubber, Recycled Plastics and Fly Ash
2011New Products ICelia Garcia-Arenas, Luis Vilches, Héctor Cifuentes, Carlos Leiva, Jose Vale, Constantino Fernandez-PereiraDevelopment of Acoustic Barriers Mainly Composed of Co-Combustion Bottom Ash
2011New Products IP. Jambulingam, S. Doss, S. Tamilselvan, Arulsamy ManonmaniFlyash Based Bacterial Pesticides for Mosquito Control
2011New Products IIEric Ramberg, Stephen DynanPollution Mitigation Using Porous Refractory Substrates Fabricated from Fly Ash
2011New Products IIIGarth Tayler, William DaidoneThe Use of Bottom Ash in the Manufacture of Clay Face Brick
2011New Products IVJames HicksMeeting Specifications with Fly Ash Based Cements and Products
2011New Products IVGrigorios Itskos, Pradeep Rohatgi, Angeliki Moutsatsou, Charalampos Vasilatos, John Defow, Nikolaos KoukouzasPressure Infiltration Technique for the Synthesis of A356 Al/fly Ash Composites: Microstructure and Tribological Performance
2011New Products VAlexandre Anshits, Olga Sharonova, Natalia Anshits, Sergei Vereshchagin, Evgenii Rabchevskii, Leonid SolovjevFerrospheres from Fly Ashes: Composition and Catalytic Properties in High-Temperature Oxidation of Methane
2011New Products VElena Fomenko, Natalia Anshits, Marina Pankova, Leonid Solovyov, Alexandre AnshitsFly Ash Cenospheres: Composition, Morphology, Structure, and Helium Permeability
2011New Products VMaria VisaHeavy Metals Removal on Dye – Modified Fly Ash Substrates
2011New Products VGrigorios Itskos, Pradeep Rohatgi, Angeliki Moutsatsou, Hans Roven, Benjamin Schultz, Nikolaos Koukouzas, Charalampos VasilatosIncorporation of High-Ca Fly Ash Particles into A356 Al by Stir Casting Technique and Characterization of the Fabricated Composites
2011Ponds ILaura Ruhl, Avner Vengosh, Gary Dwyer, Heileen Hsu-Kim, Amrika DeonarineA Twenty-Month Geochemical and Isotopic Investigation into the Environmental Impacts of the 2008 TVA Coal Ash Spill
2011Ponds ICarlton Dudding, Scott Sheridan, Douglas BrownIntroduction of a Novel Approach - Beneficial Reuse of CCP's to Dramatically Reduce Landfill Airspace Construction Costs
2011Ponds IDon Fuller, Michael Steele, Alan Rauch, Vernon DotsonSoil-Cement Mixing in Coal Ash for Seismic Stability of the Kingston CCR Facility
2011Ponds IMark RokoffTVA Colbert's Pond 4 - Improving Operations of a Key Asset while Preparing for Closure
2011Ponds IIJoseph Kraycik, Stephen Brower, Rock Vitale, William RogersDevelopment and Implementation of a Quality Assurance Program for the TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project
2011Ponds IIStephen Bickel, Roberto SanchezRisk Reduction at Ash Disposal Area No. 2 A Case Study TVA Johnsonville Fossil Plant New Johnsonville, Humphreys County, Tennessee
2011Ponds IIJohn Montgomery, John Kammeyer, Alan Casaday, Michael TurnbowTVA CCR Disposal Facility Assessment
2011Ponds IIIFrank MarineAlternatives to Discharge for High Metal Bearing Water from Coal Ash Ponds
2011Ponds IIILisa Bradley, Kris Carbonneau, Christine Archer, Kenneth LadwigComparison of Risks for Leachate from Coal Combustion Product Landfills and Impoundments with Risks for Leachate from Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Facilities
2011Ponds IIIMark RokoffPond Closures: Solving a Complicated Puzzle
2011PostersShane Donatello, Ana Fernandez-Jimenez, Angel PalomoAlkaline Activation as a Procedure for the Transformation of Fly Ash into New Materials Part II: An Assessment of Mercury Immobilization
2011PostersAri Lewis, Bruce Hensel, Rosemary Mattuck, Kenneth LadwigAn Analysis of Potentially Exposed Populations Living Near Coal Combustion Waste Facilities and Associated Cancer Risks
2011PostersDaniel Jones, Suzy Young, Neil Carriker, Mark StackBaseline Ecological Risk Assessment for the TVA Kingston Fly Ash Recovery Project
2011PostersLeonard Rafalko, Shawn Seaman, Robin Lee, Matthew Offenberg, James Frew, Dusty AeikerBeneficial Use of CCBs to Develop an Optimal Mix for Pervious Concrete
2011PostersWilliam Rogers, Neil Carriker, Paul Clay, Mark StackCharacterization of Coal Fly Ash Associated with a Release of Fly Ash at TVA’s Kingston Fossil Plant
2011PostersElizabet van der Merwe, Linda Prinsloo, Richard Kruger, Lethabo MathebulaCharacterization of Coal Fly Ash Modified by Sodium Lauryl Sulphate
2011PostersSteven ButlerDetector Tube Method for Ammonia Compared to Ion Selective Electrode for Selected Class C and Class F Fly Ash
2011PostersEton CodlingEffects of FGD-Gypsum, Used-Wallboard and Calcium Sulfate on Corn and Soybean Root Growth
2011PostersElia Marin, Maria Lekka, Francesco Andreatta, Angeliki Moutsatsou, Grigorios Itskos, Niki KouloumbiElectrochemical Behaviour of Aluminum - Fly Ash Composites Produced by Powder Metallurgy Technique
2011PostersFred Rhoton, Dan McChesney, Harry SchombergErodibility of a Sodic Soil Amended with FGD Gypsum
2011PostersMark Stack, Suzy Young, Daniel Jones, Neil CarrikerEvaluation of Human Health Risk from Potential Exposures to Fly Ash at the TVA Kingston Fly Ash Recovery Project
2011PostersTyler Baker, Daniel Jones, Suzy Young, Neil CarrikerFly Ash as a Potential Food Supplement? — Bioaccumulation in Critters Near the Kingston Ash Spill
2011PostersAnca Duta, Cristina Cazan, Mihaela CosnitaFly Ash in Optimized Composites Based on Recycled Plastics and Rubber
2011PostersOlga Sharonova, Vladimir Yumashev, Natalia Oreshkina, Leonid Solovyov, Alexandre AnshitsHigh-Calcium Fly Ashes of Selective Sampling and Products of Their Aerodynamic Separation
2011PostersFátima Arroyo, Constantino Fernandez-Pereira, Pilar Bermejo, Joaquin OlivaresIndustrial Equipment Design for the Recovery of Germanium from Coal Fly Ash Leachates by Solvent Extraction
2011PostersNeil Carriker, Dennis Yankee, Rick Sherrard, William Rogers, Daniel Jones, Suzy Young, Paul ClayIntegrated Ecological Research TVA Kingston Ash Recovery Project
2011PostersEileen Irizarry, Isomar Latorre, Sangchul HwangInteractive Effects of Soil Properties and Manufactured Coal Ash Aggregates on Groundwater Quality
2011PostersLeonard Rafalko, Paul Petzrick - x, Gary Reeves, Rhonda Kratochvil, Jennifer GunnulfsenMaryland’s Research of Beneficial Uses of Coal Combustion By-Products
2011PostersAmrika Deonarine, Heileen Hsu-Kim, Laura Ruhl, Avner Vengosh, Gideon Bartov, Thomas JohnsonMethylmercury Contamination of River Sediments near the Coal Ash Spill at the Kingston Fossil Plant, TN
2011PostersAnne Oberlink, Brock Marrs, Thomas Robl, John WisemanNuSafe Ceramics in Polyurethane Foam Insulation
2011PostersAdam Layne, Jennifer O'KeefePetrography and Bulk Chemistry of Coal Combustion By-products from Stoker Boilers: A Comparative Study Before and After Modification of an Ash Handling System
2011PostersMatthew Wissler, David Riotte, Keith TolsonRapid Assessment of Coal Combustion Products Utilizing Microscopy Techniques
2011PostersZbigniew Becker, Magdalena Kornacka, Radoslaw RomanowskiRegistration for Safe Use of FBC Ash as a Chemical Substance within European REACH Regulation; Results and Prospects
2011PostersZbigniew Becker, Magdalena Kornacka, Radoslaw RomanowskiRegistration for Safe Use of SDA Product as a Chemical Substance within European REACH Regulation; Results and Prospects
2011PostersDaniel Jones, Tyler Baker, Suzy Young, Neil CarrikerSo What Does It Mean? What Ecological Effects Has the Kingston Ash Spill Caused?
2011PostersYolanda Luna Galiano, Guray Salihoglu, Constantino Fernandez-Pereira, Jose ParaparStudy on the Immobilization of Cr (VI) and Cr (III) in Geopolymers Based on Coal Combustion Fly Ash
2011PostersChristopher Hardin, Mark MiesfeldtSummary of the EPA’s Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) and the Implications for Coal Ash Impoundments and Beneficial Use in Mine Reclamation
2011PostersSteven ButlerTesting the Ammonia Content of Class F Fly Ash - Poster
2011PostersJooyoung ParkThe Evolution of Waste: In Case of Coal Combustion By-products (CCBs) in the U.S.
2011PostersT. Mlambo, F. Doucet, Elizabet van der Merwe, Wladyslaw Altermann, Maria Atanasova, Richard KrugerThe Injection of Fly Ash Slurries in Deep Geological Reservoirs for Improved Reservoir Integrity and Safe CO2 Sequestration
2011PostersElizabeth Harris, Jacob Miller, April Ward, Christine DuChane, B. Lauren Gray, Ryne Carroll, Mirando Noel, Zexia Barnes, Nathan Coker, Ann Macintosh, Trends in Elemental Leaching from Coal Combustion By-products from Two Stoker Boilers before and After Modernization of the Ash Handling System
2011PostersMark Stack, Paul Clay, William Rogers, Neil CarrikerWater Quality Monitoring
2011RegulationsHans-Joachim FeuerbornCoal Combustion Products in Europe - an Update on Production and Utilisation, Standardisation and Regulation
2011RegulationsCraig HeidrichLegal Certainity: Why We Need to Change the Waste Paradigm
2011RegulationsAlice Woodhead, Craig HeidrichSupply Chain Approach for Developing New Coal Combustion Product Opportunities
2011RegulationsMark RokoffWeathering the Storm of Change: Important Changes in CCR Management Certain to Impact the Power Industry…Where Are We Now?
2013Agriculture IDerek Pruyne, Maxim SchlossbergCalcium silicate by-product utilization in turfgrass systems
2013Agriculture ILiming Chen, Tara Toai, Warren DickEffects of Flue Gas Desulfurization Products as Soil Amendments to Improve Water Quality
2013Agriculture IWayne Truter, Leushantha Mudaly, Du Toit Wilken, Richard KrugerThe use of class F fly ash in reclaiming the agricultural potential of surface coal mine cover soils
2013Beneficiation ICarl Howard, Shrief Kabis, Stephen FarringtonAdvances in Chemical Beneficiation of Fly Ashes Containing Natural Carbon or Powdered Activated Carbon
2013Beneficiation IKody SmajstrlaEfficient Pneumatic Conveying Dense Phase vs. Dilute Phase: How Being Accurate is More Cost Effective Than Being Conservative
2013Beneficiation IKeith Day, Michael DiNovoOptimization of Conditioning Water for Fly Ash and Dry Scrubber Material using High Intensive Mixers
2013Beneficiation IJames Bittner, Stephen Gasiorowski, Ted Bush, Frank HrachSeparation Technologies' Automated Fly Ash Beneficiation Process selected for New Korean Power Plant
2013Beneficiation IIRobert BlissettCan density based coal processing techniques be applied to fly ash benefication?
2013Beneficiation IIWilliam Fedorka, Chuck Knowles, John CastlemanStaged Turbulent Air Reactor (STAR) Beneficiation Process – Commercial Update
2013Carbon IWilliam Hizny, Fabien Rioult, Xiaolin YangBASF Mercury Sorbent HX™
2013Carbon IWenlong Wang, Xin Liu, Yanli Zheng, Peng Wang, Yang Dong, Chunyuan MaChemical Composition Determination and Thermal Analysis for Some Typical Biomass Ashes in China
2013Carbon ITodd Melick, Lawrence LaBuz, Matthew PaisleyOn-Line Carbon in Ash System at PPL Montour for Increasing Ash Sales
2013Carbon IFulvio Bassetti, Daniele Coppola, Daniele Ricci, Osvalda SennecaPost-combustion of carbon residues from biomass / RDF co-firing during dry ash removal
2013Cement & Concrete IRobert JewellMicromechanics and Complementary Energy of Fibers Embedded in a Low-Energy CSA Cement Matrix
2013Cement & Concrete IIChristopher Poling, Thomas Lesniak, Melissa HarrisonAn Innovative Approach for Mercury Capture
2013Cement & Concrete IIFernando Soto, Milap Dhakal, Kunal Kupwade-Patil, Daniela Mainardi, Erez AlloucheExamination of Precursors in Fly Ash for Development of an Engineered Geopolymer Concrete
2013Cement & Concrete IIYang Dong, Jinder Jow, Shih-Yaw Lai, Jianhui SuFly Ash Separation Technology and its Potential Applications
2013Cement & Concrete IIIKunal Kupwade-Patil, Erez Allouche, Courtney Watts, Shathabish NaraseGowdaEffect of Accerlerated Sulfate Attack in Geopolymer Concrete
2013Cement & Concrete IIIMichael McCarthy, G. Islam, Lazslo Csetenyi, M. JonesEvaluating Test Methods for Rapidly Assessing Fly Ash Reactivity for Use in Concrete
2013Cement & Concrete IIITyson RupnowQuality Control Tools to Identify Source Variability of Class C Fly ash and Its Impact on Freshly Mixed Cement-Fly Ash Paste
2013Cement & Concrete IVLapyote Prasittisopin, David TrejoEffects of Mixing and Transportation on Characteristics of Comentitious Systems Containing Fly Ash
2013Cement & Concrete IVJohn Groppo, Kevin HenkeLeaching Comparison of Natural and Coal-Derived Lightweight Aggregates Used for Concrete Masonry Units
2013Cement & Concrete VM. Jones, Kezban Ozlutas, Anthoula Ouzounidou, Robert RathboneBehaviour of PC/CSA/FA Blends in Foamed Concrete
2013Cement & Concrete VMilap Dhakal, Mir Al-Masud, Shaurav Alam, Carlos Montes, Kunal Kupwade-Patil, Erez Allouche, Aziz SaberDesign, Fabrication and Testing of a Full-Scale Geopolymer Concrete Median Barrier
2013Cement & Concrete VBijoy Halder, Vivek Tandon, Anthony Tarquin, Ramana ChintalapalleInfluence of Coal Fly Ash on Mechanical Properties of Mortar Consisting of Total Dissolved Solids
2013Cement & Concrete VILawrence Sutter, R. Hooton, Scott SchlorholtzA Summary of Proposed Changes to AASHTO M 295 Resulting from NCHRP Project 18-13 - Specifications and Protocols for Acceptance Tests of Fly Ash Used in Highway Concrete
2013Cement & Concrete VIKonstantin Sobolev, Ismael Flores, Justin Bohler, Ahmed Faheem, Art CoviApplication of Fly Ash in ASHphalt Concrete: from Challenges to Opportunities
2013Cement & Concrete VICarlos Montes, Sergio Gomez, Niraj Khadka, Erez AlloucheStatistical Software to improve the accuracy of geopolymer concrete mix design and proportioning
2013Chemistry I - LanthandiesPrakash Joshi, Dorin PredaA Low-cost Rare Earth Elements Recovery Technology
2013Chemistry I - LanthandiesDavid Mayfield, Ari LewisEnvironmental Review of Coal Ash as a Resource for Rare Earth and Strategic Elements
2013Chemistry I - LanthandiesJames Hower, Shifeng Dai, Vladimir Seredin, Irena Kostova, Luis SilvaLanthanides in coal combustion fly ash
2013Chemistry IIOriol Font, Xavier Querol, Pilar Coca, Alejandro Munoz, Francisco Garcia-PeñaReduction of Nickel Leachability from IGCC Slag
2013Chemistry IIGrace Schwartz, Heileen Hsu-KimTransformations of mercury, arsenic, and selenium in river sediments contaminated with coal ash: Sediment microcosm studies
2013Chemistry IIISeyyedeh Hosseini, Lian Zhang, Yi EngUsing Regenerative Ammonium salt to extract and purify Magnesium Oxide from Victorian Brown Coal Fly Ash
2013Chemistry IIILuke Martin, Tracy Branam, Shawn Naylor, Greg OlyphantWeathering and Leaching Characteristics of a Fixated Scrubber Sludge Cap at an Abandoned Mine Site in Pike County, Indiana
2013Chemistry IV - ToxicityLisa BradleyCoal Ash Material Safety - A Health Risk-Based Evaluation of USGS Coal Ash Data from Five US Power Plants
2013Chemistry IV - ToxicityRobert CarrollDesignation of Pulverised Fuel Ash and Furnace Bottom Ash as Wastes in the United Kingdom
2013Chemistry IV - ToxicityDavid Mayfield, Sagar Thakali, W. Mehler, Ari LewisEcological Effects of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs): A Literature Review of Observed Effects and Considerations for Managing Risks
2013Chemistry VJames Bond, Louis GirouxLow temperature plasma ashing of coal for quantitative mineral analysis
2013Chemistry VJeff Gillow, Chris Lutes, Dave Liles, Peter Kariher, Mike HayManaging Geochemistry of Multiple Coal Ash Metals of Potential Concern – The New Regulatory Context and Its Practical Implications for New and Existing Facilities
2013Chemistry VChin-Min Cheng, Robert Baker, Tarunjit Butalia, Harold Walker, J. Massey-Norton, William WolfeSpatial and Temporal Variations of Groundwater Chemistry Before and During Coal Mine Reclamation Using Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Materials
2013Chemistry VIJian Ding, Shu-Hua Ma, Shili Zheng, Yi Zhang, Zhenhua TangCurrent Status and Prospect of Fly Ash Utilization in China
2013Chemistry VIIvan CooperSurvival Guide for the New Steam Electric Generating Effluent Guidelines
2013Environmental ICatriona Smith, Kevin Pasternak, James CrysupGroundwater Evaluation for Ash Ponds at a Coal Fired Power Plant in Texas
2013Environmental IDimitrios Alexopoulos, Grigorios Itskos, Charalampos Vasilatos, Nikolaos Koukouzas, Michael StamatakisMine wastewater treatment by highly calcareous and siliceous fly ash: a comparative study
2013Environmental IWilliam Rogers, Neil Carriker, Rock Vitale, Jennifer Gable, Erin Rodgers, Joseph KraycikPorewater Studies Subsequent to the Kingston Ash Event
2013Environmental IIImmanuel Baucom, Cedric RuhlCCP Landfill Leachate Generation and Leachate Management
2013Environmental IIAaron ValencicDust Suppression In Coal Ash Applications
2013Environmental IIChristopher Robb, Roy Wittenberg, Glenn LukeIn Situ Stabilization/Solidification (ISS) in the Power Industry and Applications for Coal Combustion Products (CCP)
2013Environmental IIGordon MallerResults of a Feasibility and Preliminary Engineering Study for a System to Process and Stabilize Scrubber Waste from the APS Four Corners Unit 4 and 5 FGD Systems
2013Environmental IIIJohn Daniel, Christopher Hardin, Jenet HattawayRecommended Guidelines for the Use and Application of the Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) for Coal Combustion Residuals
2013Environmental IIIBernardino Nanni, Justin Bolender, Spencer WhittierSteam Electric Power Generating Facilities: Meeting Future Wastewater Treatment Requirements
2013Environmental IIIBenjamin Davis, William Fedorka, Timothy English, Mike HunterStoring Fly Ash in A Concrete Dome: A Case Study
2013FGD IMilton Wu, Yabing Jiang, Qingfa Su-x, Thomas Robl, Robert Jewell, Tarunjit Butalia, Wen Zhang, William WolfeDry FGD By-Product Characteristics and Utilization - International Perspective
2013FGD IPatricia Cordoba, Maria Gonzalez, Aixa Gonzalez, Natalia Moreno, Carlos Ayora, Noelia Sepulveda, Rodrigo Navia, Xavier QuerolRemoval of Selenium from FGD water streams by a nonconventional adsorbent by-product
2013FGD IMichael Schantz, Melissa SewellThe Growth of Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI) and the impact on Coal Combustion Residue
2013KeynoteCraig Heidrich, Hans-Joachim Feuerborn, Anne WeirCoal Combustion Products: a Global Perspective - Paper
2013KeynoteCraig HeidrichCoal Combustion Products: Global Perspective - Plenary PODCAST
2013KeynoteCraig HeidrichCoal Combustion Products: Global Perspective - Plenary PPT
2013KeynoteBruce WatzmanThe Future of Coal - 2013 WOCA Plenary PODCAST
2013KeynoteBruce WatzmanThe Future of Coal - Plenary PPT
2013Kingston I - Ecological InvestigationsTyler Baker, Kurt Lakin, John SmithEffects of the Kingston Ash Release on Fish and Benthic Invertebrate Assemblages
2013Kingston I - Ecological InvestigationsMark Greeley, S. Adams, Tyler Baker, Logan Elmore, Allison Fortner, Teresa Mathews, Mary (Kitty) McCracken, Rick SherrardEffects of the Kingston Ash Release on Fish Reproduction and Larval Fish
2013Kingston I - Ecological InvestigationsRick SherrardLong-term Sediment Toxicity Bioassays
2013Kingston I - Ecological InvestigationsMichelle Beck, David Steen, James Van Dyke, William HopkinsReproduction in Aquatic and Terrestrial Wildlife Following Remediation of the TVA Coal Ash Spill in Kingston, TN
2013Kingston II - Results in CERCLA and NRDA ProcessesNeil CarrikerDevelopment of a Long-Term Monitoring Plan for the Kingston Ash Spill
2013Kingston II - Results in CERCLA and NRDA ProcessesCraig ZellerEvaluation of Remediation Alternatives and Selected Remedial Actions
2013Kingston II - Results in CERCLA and NRDA ProcessesDaniel Jones, Mark Stack, Suzy Young, Neil CarrikerHuman and Ecological Risk Assessment for the TVA Kingston Fly Ash Recovery Project
2013Liquefaction IJeffrey Dingrando, Michael Kalinski, Ali Salehian, Behrad ZandCyclic Triaxial Testing of Water-Pluviated Fly Ash Specimens
2013Liquefaction INathan Yencho, Brian Dudley, Pedro Amaya, William Wolfe, Tarunjit ButaliaLiquefaction Potential of Impounded Class F Fly Ash
2013Liquefaction IOmer Bozok, Paul Sabatini, Pedro AmayaUse of Instrumented Test Fill to Assess Static Liquefaction of Impounded Fly Ash
2013Liquefaction IIKevin Foster, Adrian Rodriguez-Marek, Russel Green, Roberto SanchezDynamic Geotechnical Laboratory Testing of Coal Combustion Products
2013Liquefaction IIPedro Amaya, Behrad Zand, Don Fuller, Jeffrey Dingrando, Vik Gautam, Thomas Kovacic, Paul Sabatini, Rodolfo Sancio, Nick Perrotta, Christopher HardinEvaluation of Liquefaction Potential at Fly Ash Storage Reservoirs
2013Pond ClosureStephen Whiteside, James Mullins, Megan Hayward, Dave Mason100-m Hurdles: Overcoming Challenges on a Fast-Track Ash Pond Conversion and Closure Project for TVA to Meet Regulatory Deadline
2013Pond ClosureVernon Dotson, Darrell Herron, Alan Rauch, Michael SteeleClosure of the Failed Ash Dredge Cell at Kingston – The Engineering Challenge
2013Pond LinersWilson Harvie, Rex PepplerSensor-Enabled Geosynthetics: Monitoring Stability and Leak Detection in Earthen Construction
2013Pond LinersShane WomackThe Rising Demand for Lined Landfills: Impacts to Both the Power and Solid Waste Industries from Increased Coal Combustion Product Landfilling
2013Ponds & Landfills IKenton Yang, John Reichling, Peter CheneveyConsiderations in the Development of a Coal Combustion Products Landfil
2013Ponds & Landfills IMarvin Adkins, M. RomeStrategic Planning for Siting Coal Combustion Residual Disposal Facilities
2013Ponds & Landfills IIJason Reeves, Michael RowlandCharacterization and Estimation of Settlement of In-Place Sluiced CCP Materials Under Monotonic Loading
2013Ponds & Landfills IILarry Linguist, Michael Cook, Mark RokoffConsiderations for Treating Landfill and Impoundment Leachate with Impacts from Planned Effluent Guidelines
2013Ponds & Landfills IIJohn Menninger, Nathan Beach, Daniel Hoffman, Michael TurnbowImproving Risk Assessments for Coal Combustion Residual Impoundment Dikles and Dams
2013Ponds IMohammad Ajlouni, Gary ZychMonitored Preload Fill Over an Inactive Fly Ash Reservoir
2013Ponds IIEd Zimmel, Jimmy Youngblood, Dhani NarejoAn Innovative Composite Liner System for Coal Combustion Residual Containment Projects
2013Ponds IIStephen Whiteside, Steve Marshall, Simon Witney, Dave Murray, Michelle CookeBuilding a New Ash Repository over a Former Coal Mine
2013Ponds IIErnest HeinsGeosynthetics for the Management, Containment and Closure of Coal Combustion Residual Disposal Facilities
2013Ponds IIWilliam Wolfe, Tarunjit ButaliaLaboratory Testing of Woven and Non-Woven Geocomposites for Use in CCB Landfill Drainage Systems
2013Ponds IIIHugo Aparicio, Will Mattingly, Jennifer McCosby, Rachel Combs, Gabriel LangInstrumentation and Monitoring Program TVA Coal Combustion By-Product Storage Facilities
2013Ponds IIIApril Vance, Shannon Bennett, Joshua KoppPreparing for Closure of the John Sevier Fossil Plant: Re-routing of the Bottom Ash Pond Outfall Driven by NPDES Requirements
2013Ponds IIIM. Rome, Mohamad Al-HawareeProject Considerations for New Coal Ash Landfills
2013Ponds IVJohn Seymour, Steve Macrowski, Pedro AmayaChallenges of Closing Large Fly Ash Ponds
2013Ponds IVBarry Christopher, David White, Roberto SanchezPerformance Based QC/QA Specifications for TVA’s CCP Stacking Facilities: Part I. Evaluation of Performance Requirements
2013Ponds IVDavid White, Barry Christopher, Roberto SanchezPerformance Based QC/QA Specifications for TVA’s CCP Stacking Facilities: Part II. Proposed Specifications
2013Ponds VNicholas Schmitt, Brian ColeUse of Bottom Ash in the Reinforced Zone of a Mechanically Stabilized Earth Wall for the Vertical Expansion of a Sluiced CCR Pond at the Trimble County Generating Station
2013Ponds VEric Berger, Howard FitzgeraldUse of Calcium Based Products to Stabilize Ponded Coal Combustion Products - Techniques and Results
2013Ponds VM. Rome, Mohamad Al-HawareeUtilizing Cut-Off Walls for Groundwater Remediation Issues associated with Coal Ash Landfills
2013Ponds VIR. Shane Harris, Michael Stepic, Ronald Hager, Nicholas GoldenCCP Landfill and Dry Stack Operational Challenges and the Engineering Solutions that Work
2013Ponds VIAli Ebrahimi, Sarah Fick, Cuneyt Gokmen, Mehmet IscimenDry Fly Ash Placement - Overcoming Unique Challenges and Streamlining Field Operations
2013Ponds VIBrian Cole, Nicholas SchmittEvaluation of Drainage Layer Alternatives for Proposed Landfill Liner at the E.W. Brown Generating Station
2013PostersWooseok Choi, Younghwan Son, Jaesung Park, Sookack Noh, Taeho BongChanges in Crushing and Granularity Characteristics of Bottom ash as Compaction Energy
2013PostersMatthew Erbe, Robin Lee, Jennifer Gunnulfsen, Leonard Rafalko, Paul Petzrick, John SherwellCommercial Use of CCBs: Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities
2013PostersAmrika Deonarine, Allan Kolker, Frank Huggins, Andrea FosterComposition, morphology and trace element leaching from US coal fly ash
2013PostersOriol Font, Xavier Querol, Pilar Coca, Alejandro Munoz, Francisco Garcia-PeñaConverting IGCC Fly Ash in an Inert Landfilling Material
2013PostersAndrew Salber, Christopher SwanDesign of Fly-Ash Concrete Masonry for Optimal Carbon Sequestration
2013PostersJaesung Park, Wooseok Choi, Taewan Kim, Younghwan SonEvaluation of Heavy Metal Contamination and Geochemical Characteristics of CCPs in Korea
2013PostersAntonio Cabral, Mylene Vieira, Maria dos SantosPerformance Assessment of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Portland Cement by Coal Ash
2013PostersTristana Duvallet, Thomas RoblProduction of Alite-Calcium Sulfoaluminate-Ferrite Cements from Coal and Other Industrial By-products
2013PostersLih-Wen Quo, J. Huang, Yuan-Yi Yen, Meng-Pei Yang, Cheng-I Lai, Shih-Hao ChengProperties of CLSM Separation Dike using Coal Ash
2013PostersMina Mohebbi, Jean-Patrick Brunet, Li Li, Farshad Rajabipour, Barry ScheetzReactive Transport Modeling of FGD Gypsum Bed to Simulate Time Dependent Dissolution, Porosity Evolution, and Leachate Composition
2013PostersTaewan Kim, Younghwan Son, Taeho Bong, Sookack Noh, Jaesung ParkThe Creep Behavior of Bottom Ash by controlling size at Undrained condition
2013PostersHarold Pettigrew, Ekundayo Adeleke, Dafeng Hui, E. DzantorUse of Fly Ash as Soil Amendment for Biofuel Feedstock Production with Concomitant Disposal of Waste Accumulations
2013Regulations IThomas AdamsCCPs in a New Regulatory Era
2013Regulations IFernando Caldas-Vieira, Hans-Joachim Feuerborn, Angelo SaraberEuropean Product Standards - Update on status and changes with relevance to CCPs
2013Regulations IAnne WeirUpdated Canadian CCP Use Statistics Reveal Evolution of Coal Ash Industry in Canada
2013Regulations IIFernando Caldas-Vieira, Hans-Joachim FeuerbornImpact of Political Decisions on Production and Use of Coal Combustion Products in Europe
2013Regulations IIDawn SantoianniThe Social Media Battleground: How Public Perception, Science Communication, Media Coverage, and Politics Are Shaped by Social Media
2013Regulations IIIMark Rokoff, James Heyerly, James MoseleyGreatest Challenges for CCP Management and What To Do About Each
2013Regulations IIIDawn SantoianniJob Impacts in the Coal Industry: What Can We Expect from the Natural Gas Boom and Environmental Regulations?
2013Regulations IIISteven MoonRegulatory and Legal Applications: Fly Ash Use in Cement and Cementitious Products
2013Regulations IIIJohn WardStigma and Regulatory Uncertainty: Proposed Coal Ash Disposal Regulation Effects on U.S. Beneficial Use Markets and Practices
2013Utilization IMark Roberts, Christopher HardinAn Innovative Design for Coal Ash Impoundment Capping and Closures with Significant Cost, Performance, and Environmental Co-Benefits Soilless Solar Caps
2013Utilization IQingfa Su-x, Yabing Jiang, Maoyuan Lu, Yongrui Chen, Milton WuDevelopment of Dry FGD By-Product Utilization as Building Materials in China
2013Utilization IBrandie Sebastian, Robin Lee, Robert Sawyer, Shawn SeamanThe Morgantown STAR Project: A Fly Ash Beneficial Reuse Case Study
2013Utilization IIViacheslav Putilov, Irina Putilova, E. MalikovaElectronic Information Systems of the Open Access for Effective Solution of Both Environmental and Coal Ash Utilization Issues
2013Utilization IIJames Kirch, Tarunjit Butalia, William WolfeLaboratory and Pilot-Scale Field Testing of CCB Flowable Grout for Mining of Coal
2013Utilization IIJing Li, Xinguo Zhuang, Xavier Querol, Carlos Leiva, Oriol Font, Yunlong HeManufacturing of Fire-Resistant Panels Using FGD Gypsum and Fly Ash from Power Plants in Xinjiang, Northwest China
2013Utilization IIIMark Rokoff, Sheryl Smith, Tara Masterson, Michael SuttonBenchmarking Study for CCP Beneficial Reuse: A View of the Market
2013Utilization IIIJane Aiken, Craig HeidrichRegulatory implications low pH coal combustion products Australian perspective
2015Agriculture IJane Aiken, Melissa CuturichA success model and commercial supply of coal ash to Australian Agriculture
2015Agriculture IJane Aiken, Craig HeidrichAustralian Marketing Perspective Coal Ash for Agriculture
2015Agriculture IEfret Hadas, Asher Azenkot, Uri Mingelgrin, Pinchas FineCost-Benefit Analysis of the Agricultural Use of Coal Ash-Methodological considerations
2015Agriculture IKeith Day, Edwin Kercher, Ethan DayReuse of FGD Gypsum as Pelletized Fertilizer through High-Intensive Mixing
2015Agriculture IIMaria Amaya, Chin-Min Cheng, Tarunjit Butalia, Mao Lu, Yongrui Chen, Milton Wu, William WolfeBeneficial Utilization of Chinese Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization Materials for Stabilization of Weak Soils
2015Agriculture IIPinchas Fine, Arie Bosak, Anna BeriozkinLime & fly ash treated biosolids - a valuable agricultural additive
2015Beneficiation IWilliam Fedorka, Jimmy Knowles, John CastlemanReclaiming and Recycling Coal Fly Ash for Beneficial Reuse with the STARTM Process
2015Beneficiation IRobin Lee, Leonard Rafalko, Matthew Erbe, Paul PetzrickTransforming CCBs in Maryland to Enhance Beneficial Use
2015Beneficiation ILewis Baker, Stephen Gasiorowski, Abhishek GuptaTriboelectrostatic Beneficiation of Land Filled Fly Ash
2015Cement & Concrete ICraig HeidrichChallenges contemporizing Australian Standards: Supplementary Cementitious Materials
2015Cement & Concrete IBenjamin FranklinInfluences of Class F and C Fly Ash Blending
2015Cement & Concrete IJames JarvisThe Effect of Low-Level Sodium Concentrations on the Use of Fly Ash as a Cement Replacement in Concrete
2015Cement & Concrete IITristana Duvallet, Laurent Frouin, Thomas RoblEffect of fly ash particles packing on performance of OPC-activated GGBS slag
2015Cement & Concrete IISarah Dillon, L.K. Crouch, Kayla FergusonHigh Volume Substandard Fly Ash Roller-Compacted Concrete
2015Cement & Concrete IIMina Mohebbi, Farshad Rajabipour, Barry ScheetzReliability of Loss on Ignition (LOI) Test for Determining the Unburned Carbon Content in Fly Ash
2015Cement & Concrete IIRafic Minkara, N. N. Yeboah, Richard Nordman, Douglas Rhodes, Jennifer KelleyRestoreAir Sensor - A Novel Method for Determining the Adsorptive Capacity of Carbon Containing Fly Ash
2015Cement & Concrete IIIRichard Deschenes, William Phillips, Micah HaleAlkali Silica Reaction Mitigation Using High Volume Class C Fly Ash
2015Cement & Concrete IIIJiting Xie, Obada KayaliEffect of Superplasticizer on Workability Enhancement of Class F Fly Ash-based Geopolymers
2015Cement & Concrete IIICraig Heidrich, Jay Sanjayan, Marita Berndt, Stephen Foster, Kwesi Sagoe-CrenstilPathways and barriers for acceptance and usage of geopolymer concrete in mainstream construction
2015Cement & Concrete IIIHamid Akbari, Robert Mensah-Biney, Jonathan SimmsProduction of Geopolymer Binder from Coal Fly Ash to Make Cement-less Concrete
2015Cement & Concrete IVBoris Stein, Robert Ryan, Linas Vitkus, John HalversonBeneficial Use of Fly Ash for Concrete Construction in California
2015Cement & Concrete IVE. Ivan Diaz-Loya, John GajdaHigh Volume Utilization of Fly Ash in Mass Concrete
2015Cement & Concrete IVM. Jones, Judith Halliday, Lazslo Csetenyi, Li Zheng, Nikolaos StrompinisUtilising Stockpiled Fly Ash to Manufacture Sand for Mortar
2015Cement & Concrete VRafic Minkara, Jennifer KelleyA Novel Method for Determining the Adsorption Capacity of Carbon Containing Fly Ash
2015Cement & Concrete VKeith Day, Edwin Kercher, Ethan DayDevelopment of Manufactured Aggregates Using High-Intensive Mixing
2015Cement & Concrete VRobert Jewell, Anne Oberlink, Thomas Robl, Kevin Henke, Tristana Duvallet, Milton Wu, Qingfa SuEvaluation of Circulating Fluidized Bed-Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization (CFB-FGD) Byproducts in Cement Applications
2015Cement & Concrete VDavid LisowskiUtilization of INSPEC and OFF SPEC Fly ash
2015Cement & Concrete VIMichael McCarthy, Li Zheng, Judith Halliday, Ravindra DhirExploring Options for Using Wet-Stored Stockpile Fly Ash in Concrete
2015Cement & Concrete VIRobert Jewell, Anne Oberlink, Thomas Robl, Kevin Henke, Tristana Duvallet, Kenneth LadwigUse of Spray Dryer Absorber Material as a Replacement for Portland Cement in Concrete
2015Cement & Concrete VIISarah Dillon, L.K. Crouch, Kevin YoungFull-Depth Reclamation with Lime and Substandard Fly Ash
2015Cement & Concrete VIIAngela Pakes Ahlman, Tuncer Edil, Bharat Natarajan, Kelly Del PonteSystem-wide Life Cycle Benefits of Recycled Materials
2015Cement & Concrete VIIKamil SzczygielskiTEFRA® Project - The usage of the anthropogenic minerals as the CO2 emission reduction materials
2015Cement & Concrete VIIIAditya Kumar, Trevor Williamson, Howard Dobbs, N. N. Yeboah, Rafic Minkara, Maria Juenger, Mathieu Bauchy, Bradley Chmelka, Jacob Israelachvili, GauraInorganic Polymers: Novel Cement-Free Binders for Transportation Infrastructure
2015Cement & Concrete VIIITandre Oey, Jeffrey Bullard, Paul Stutzman, Mingjie Zhao, Aditya Kumar, Mathieu Bauchy, Gaurav SantLinking Fly Ash Composition to Performance in Cementitious Systems
2015Cement & Concrete VIIICarl HarrMitigating Dust and Runoff in Fly Ash Storage
2015Chemistry IWencai Zhang, John Groppo, Rick HonakerAsh Beneficiation for REE Recovery
2015Chemistry IDale Bradshaw, Lucinda TolhurstCommercial Recovery of Metals from Coal Ash
2015Chemistry IRoss TaggartRecovering Rare Earth Metals from Coal Fly Ash
2015Chemistry IClint Scott, Allan Kolker, Amrika Deonarine, Monique Adams, James HollandSize Distribution of Rare Earth Elements in Coal Ash
2015Chemistry IIJohn Anzelmo, Melanie Bedard, Marie-Eve ProvencherCharacterization of Coal and Its By-products Using Borate Fusions and ICP-OES Analyses
2015Chemistry IILaura Ruhl, Avner Vengosh, Gary Dwyer, Heileen Hsu-KimGeochemical Characterization of Coal Combustion Residuals in Varying Environmental Conditions
2015Chemistry IIBruce Hensel, Thomas Jansen, Timothy MuehlfieldGroundwater Forensics to Evaluate Molybdenum Concentrations Near a CCR Landfill
2015Chemistry IIIF. Doucet, Elizabet van der Merwe, Nicole Neyt, Linda PrinslooExtraction of Aluminum and other Strategic Metals from Coal Fly Ash using a Novel Process and Low-cost Recoverable Reagent
2015Chemistry IIIJing Li, Xinguo Zhuang, Xavier Querol, Oriol Font, Natalia MorenoGeochemical and Mineralogical characteristics of Coal Combustion Byproducts Generated from Al-Ga-Li-rich coal in Inner Mongolia
2015Chemistry IIIShuqin Liu, Yunpeng Deng, Chuan Qi, Shangjun ZhangMineralogy and Leaching Behavior of Ash & Residue from Underground Coal Gasification
2015Chemistry IIIAhn Ji Whan, Thenepalli Thriveni, Yujin JegalOccurrence and Distribution of Rare Earths with Different Coal Power Plants Ash and Recovery of Critical Rare Earths from Coal Ash for Simultaneous Utilization of CO2
2015Chemistry IVJoe Wong, Sheila Glesmann, Robert Huston, Rafic Minkara, John KlineEvaluating Impacts on Ash Quality of Powdered Activated Carbon for Mercury Control
2015Chemistry IVChristopher Poling, Thomas Lesniak, Melissa HarrisonMercury Capture Options for Coal Combustion Products
2015Chemistry IVYongchun Zhao, Jianping Yang, Junying Zhang, Chuguang ZhengMercury Capture Using Recyclable Magnetosphere from Coal Combustion Fly Ash
2015Chemistry VYuegang Tang, Xin Guo, Qiang Xie, Robert Finkelman, Shoucheng Han, Jianli Jia, Binbin Huan, Xi PanA study on the petrology and geochemistry of feed coals and their gasified residues, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, China
2015Chemistry VJames Hower, Madison HoodImpacts of changes in coal supplies and in environmental controls on fly ash petrology and chemistry
2015China Delegation IYuansheng Cui, Amy WuHistoric Mission of Industrial Wastes by Fly Ash, etc in China’s 2050
2015China Delegation IWang Dongmin, Li Duanle, Chen Lei, Yin JinggePreparation and Property of Fly Ash/Coal Gangue Mine Backfilling Material
2015China Delegation IQinghua WangSolutions for Bulk Coal Ash Storage Large Steel Silo
2015China Delegation IPeng-xuan Duan, Ying Li, Yuan-chao MiaoTechnology Research and Application on Using FGD Gypsum to Prepare a High-Strength Gypsum
2015China Delegation IIQingfa Su, Thomas Robl, Robert Jewell, William Wolfe, Tarunjit Butalia, Zhongren Zhao, Mao Lu, Yongrui Chen, Milton WuDevelopment of Key Technologies for Dry FGD By-Product Resource Comprehensive Utilization: A Project History
2015China Delegation IICraig FanFly Ash Lightweight Aggregate
2015China Delegation IIHui Li, D Xu, Y Shao, M Cao, J ZhaoPerformance of Ultra-fine Fly Ash in Concrete
2015Classification IRobert CarrollCoal Combustion Products in the United Kingdom and the Potential of Stockpile Ash
2015Classification IDale BradshawCoal may be challenged, but coal is not dead!
2015Classification IRoss KellyPARALLELS AND NONCONFORMITIES IN WORLDWIDE FLY ASH CLASSIFICATION: The Need for a Robust, Universal Classification System for Fly Ash
2015FGD IValerie Szotek, Joel BarbelFGD Byproduct Fixation and Stabilization Alternatives with Ash Systems
2015FGD IChin-Min Cheng, Tarunjit Butalia, Shan Lin, Milton Wu, William WolfeLeaching of Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization Materials from Different Flue Gas Cources in China
2015FGD IJohn Glasscock, Lam ThaiPortable Dewatering Options for CCP’s
2015FGD IN. N. Yeboah, Kirk Ellison, Rafic Minkara, Douglas RhodesTreatment and Disposal Alternatives for Flue Gas Desulfurization Brines from Power Plants
2015KeynoteThomas AdamsCCP: Looking Forward in the USA - Plenary PPT
2015KeynoteDavid HarrisChinese Fly Ash: Supply and International Trading - Plenary PPT
2015KeynoteRichard KrugerCoal Ash in South Africa - Plenary PPT
2015KeynoteRobert CarrollCoal Combustion Products in Europe - Present situation and (near) future - Plenary PPT
2015KeynoteCraig HeidrichCoal Combustion Products: Australian Perspective - Plenary PPT
2015KeynoteCraig HeidrichCraig Heidrich - Coal Combustion Products: Australian Perspective - Plenary Podcast (mp3)
2015KeynoteDavid HarrisDavid Harris - Robert Carroll - Plenary Podcast (mp3)
2015KeynoteM. Jones, Thomas Adams, Robert Carroll, David Harris, Richard Kruger, Craig HeidrichPlenary Q-A session - Plenary Podcast (mp3)
2015KeynoteRichard KrugerRichard Kruger - Coal Ash in South Africa - Plenary Podcast (mp3)
2015KeynoteRobert CarrollRobert Carroll -Coal Combustion Products in Europe - Present situation and (near) future - Plenary Podcast (mp3)
2015KeynoteM. JonesRod Jones Plenary Introduction - Plenary Podcast (mp3)
2015KeynoteThomas AdamsTom Adams - CCP: Looking Forward in the USA - Plenary Podcast (mp3)
2015Oxy Combustion IKhadijeh Paymooni, Behdad Moghtaderi, Elham DoroodchiA Deposition Study on a Membrane Integrated Chemical Looping Air Separation Unit
2015Oxy Combustion IPatricia Cordoba, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Ruth Diego, Miguel Delgado, Oriol Font, Xavier QuerolSpeciation and fate of mercury and oxy-fuel combustion conditions
2015Oxy Combustion IPing Wang, Nicholas Means, Dushyant Shekhawat, David BerryThe Reactivity of Coal Char in Chemical Looping Gasification and combustion
2015Ponds ILisa BradleyCoal Ash Risk Assessments – What Do They Tell Us?
2015Ponds IAri Lewis, Bruce Hensel, Kenneth LadwigFramework for Evaluating the Relative Impacts of Surface Impoundment Closure Options
2015Ponds ISteven Putrich, Todd McDanielsIntegrated CCR Pond/Impoundment Closures: “Big Picture & the How To’s” with Case Studies
2015Ponds IKen KeamTwenty-Five Years’ Experience Operating a HDPE Lined Twin Pond Ashing System
2015Ponds IIFulvio Bassetti, Daniele Coppola, Daniele RicciMAC® (Magaldi Ash Cooler) fully-dry bottom ash removal system for elimination of ponds
2015Ponds IIPaul O'Malley, Michael LuciniTwo Birds with One Stone – How an Innovative Closure Technology Can Address Coal Ash Closure Requirements and Renewable Energy Mandates
2015Ponds IIIDave Mason, Stephen Whiteside, James Mullins, Megan HaywardClosing Up Shop at the Watts Bar Fossil Plant Lessons in Coal Ash Pond Closure
2015Ponds IIIRick Cox, Mark RutherfordLacey’s Lake Decommissioning
2015Ponds IIIGuy Cerimele, Kevin HarshbergerThe Closure of AEP’s First Major Wet Fly Ash Pond - A Unique Owner-Contractor Collaboration
2015Ponds IVKenneth Diasselliss, Matthew CookDemystifying the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction of a CCR Dewatering Facility
2015Ponds IVGregory LandryDewatering Fly Ash for Remediation: Two Approaches
2015Ponds IVDouglas Clark, H Walsh, Jonathon Niemiec, Brianne JacobyGroundwater Modeling and Settlement Analysis for Closure of the Little Blue Run CCP Disposal Area
2015Ponds IVTodd McDaniels, Amy Huber, Brett BlevinsManaging an Active Ash Pond During Dry Ash Conversion and Pond Closure
2015Ponds VDavid Reynolds, Tom StapletonBasemap Data Collection for Ash Pond Closure Designs: Topographic and Bathymetric Challenge
2015Ponds VJohn Seymour, Omer Bozok, Amanda Hughes, Brad BodineCONDITIONS OF COAL ASH EMBANKMENTS
2015Ponds VNeal Kochis, Todd McDaniels, Brett BlevinsDesigning Stormwater Management Systems & Constructability Issues Associated with Active Ash Pond Closures
2015Ponds VIPaul O'Malley, Jose Urrutia, Bradford CooleyAn Innovative Cover System Ideally Suited to Coal Ash Impoundment Closure
2015Ponds VITim Silar, John Magee, Christopher Robb, Glenn LukeIn-Situ Coal Combustion Products Impoundment Closure/Remediation Strategy
2015Ponds VIOmer Bozok, Burak Tanyu, Paul Sabatini, John SeymourReliability Analysis of an Existing Ash Basin Embankment
2015Ponds VIITarunjit Butalia, Pedro Amaya, William WolfeDynamic Liquefaction Potential of Impounded Class F Fly Ash
2015Ponds VIINicholas Schmitt, Scott Bonds, Ariel SarnoGeotechnical Instrumentation to Measure Pore-water Pressure and Settlement of an Ash Pond due to Construction of an Ash Landfill (Overfill)
2015Ponds VIIRachel Combs, Hugo Aparicio, Will Mattingly, Charla BarnesPerils of Constructing a Gypsum Stack on Top of an Ash Pond TVA Bull Run Fossil (BRF) Plant Gypsum Disposal Area 2
2015PostersBo Lin, Ting Wu, Ting-Yu Chang, Shan LiA fabrication on continuous coal ash derived ceramic fiber
2015PostersYajuan Wei, Qunying Wang, Guangwei Ying, Zhongyang Luo, Yoshihiko NinomiyaCharacteristics and Utilization of fly ash from coal-fired power plant in CHINA
2015PostersJeff Gillow, Berny IlgnerCharacterization and Remediation of Metals in Groundwater Associated with Coal Combustion Residual Management Sites
2015PostersKelly Ho, Laura RuhlChemical Behavior and Mineralogical Characterization of Weathered Coal Combustion Residuals
2015PostersJames EastonChemical Treatment of Coal Ash for Beneficial Use Applications / By-Product Treatment Via Calcium Polysulfide
2015PostersThomas Robl, Tristana Duvallet, Kevin Henke, Yongmin Zhou, David HarrisCoal ash by-product from Shanxi Province for the production of Portland/CSA hybrid cements
2015PostersGrizelda du Toit, Elizabet van der Merwe, Elsabe Kearsley, Mike McDonald, Richard KrugerCompressive Strength of Chemically and Mechanically Activated Aluminosilicate systems
2015PostersKailash Patel, Parimal PatelEffect of coal fly ash on somatic chromosomes of Cajanus cajan L.
2015PostersMatthew Jansen, Mary ChristiansenEffect of Water-Solids Ratio on the Compressive Strength and Morphology of Fly Ash-Waste Glass Geopolymer Mortars
2015PostersAli Karayigit, Ozlem Kirdim, Seda Iserli, Serhan Esenlik, Xavier Querol, Maria Mastalerz, James HowerElemental Enrichments in Feed Coals and Combustion Residues from Tuncbilek, Seyitomer, and Orhaneli Power Plants, Turkey
2015PostersLei Zhao, Yaofa Jiang, Shifeng Dai, Xibo WangFluorine and Mercury in Coal Combustion By-products from Five Power Plants in SW China
2015PostersAndrew Bittner, Ari Lewis, Kurt Herman, Eric Dube, Bruce Hensel, Kenneth LadwigGroundwater Assessment Framework to Evaluate Relative Impacts of Surface Impoundment Closure Options
2015PostersJohn SwensonMacroencapsulation: An Economic and Environmental Framework for Using Coal Combustion Residuals as Beneficial Reuse
2015PostersPranshoo Solanki, Bharat DashMechanical Properties of Concrete Containing Recycled Asphalt Pavement and Class C Fly Ash
2015PostersJunying Zhang, Bengen Gong, Chong Tian, Yongchun Zhao, Chuguang ZhengMineralogy of High Aluminum Fly Ash and Trace Element Distributions during its Utilization in Inner Mongolia, China
2015PostersLu-Ming Chen, Mei-In ChouPhysical and Microstructure Analyses of Fired Bricks Containing IGCC Slag
2015PostersJenet HattawayPractical Leaching Procedure Recommendations for Coal Ash Treatment Evaluation
2015PostersPhouc Tran, Ping Wang, Dustin McintyreProfiling rare earth elements in Power River Basin sub-bituminous coal ash using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS)
2015PostersDeyu Yan, Wenhui Huang, Tinghao Wang, Bei LiuRare Earth Element Geochemistry of Late Paleozoic Coals in Taiyuan and Shanxi formation, North China
2015PostersAsokan PappuRecent Advances on Coal Ash Particulates’ Fortified Glossy Finish Polymer Composites
2015PostersE. Dzantor, Ekundayo Adeleke, V Kankarla, O Ogunmayowa, Dafeng Hui, C-L YuReexamining the Use of Coal Fly Ash in Agriculture: Utilization as Soil Amendment in Biofuel Feedstock Production
2015PostersTinghao Wang, Wenhui Huang, Deyu Yan, Bei LiuResearch on Element Geochemical Characteristics and Enrichment Features of Coal-Ge Deposit in Wulantuga (Inner Mongolia ,China)
2015PostersO. Fatoba, Leslie PetrikStability of Brine Components in Co-disposed Fly Ash-Brine Solid Residue
2015PostersWilliam Boivin, Vincent Ogunro, Milind KhireStabilization of FGD Wastewater Using Coal Fly Ash & Lime
2015PostersClaire Tilton, Christopher SwanThe Behavior of Synthetic Lightweight Aggregate Subjected to Direct Shear Loading
2015PostersMathibela Aphane, Elizabet van der Merwe, F. Doucet, Leslie PetrikThe Effect of Sulphuric Acid Concentration on the Removal of Reactive Aluminium from South African Coal Fly Ash
2015Reclamation IQian Zhang, Greg Olyphant, Tracy Branam, Hind GhanemGeochemical characterization of coal-combustion byproducts and numerical simulations of their long-term effects as capping materials at coal mine reclamation sites
2015Reclamation IChin-Min Cheng, Robert Baker, Tarunjit Butalia, J. Massey-Norton, William WolfeImpact of Coal Mine Reclamation Using Coal Combustion By-products (CCBs) on Groundwater Quality: Two Case Studies
2015Reclamation IRussell StappWet Impoundment Stabilization, Consolidation, and Landfill Development: The Best Alternative to Dig and Haul Propositions is In-situ Stabilization and Vertical Expansion
2015Reclamation IIRaymond Morgan, Katie Kline, James GarlitzCoal Combustion Byproduct Utilization in Western Maryland Strip Mines
2015Reclamation IILisa Bradley, Mark Haddock, Renee CiprianoRisk-Based Groundwater and Surface Water Investigation to Evaluate Potential Environmental Impact of Coal Ash Management Practices at Coal-Fired Power Plants
2015Reclamation IIMarc TheisenThe Five Fundamentals for Successful Restoration of Coal Ash Sites
2015Reclamation IIChin-Min Cheng, Robert Baker, Tarunjit Butalia, J. Massey-Norton, Pedro Amaya, William WolfeUsing Stabilized Flue Gas Desulfurization Material to Reclaim Highwalls and Mitigate Acid Mine Drainage
2015Regulations IDouglas Dahlberg, James PerryHow Will U.S. EPA’s Final CCR Rule Impact Past, Current, and Future Disposal Operations?
2015Regulations IJason Pokorny, Steven PutrichImpacts of CCR Management Audits and How Utilities are Responding
2015Regulations IM. RomeImplementing the Proposed CCR Rule and Groundwater Corrective Measures
2015Regulations IMark RokoffThey’re Here! Review of the New Federal Regulations for CCR
2015Regulations IICraig Schuettpelz, Todd Stong, Ron JorgensonChallenges and Successes of Operating an Innovative Coal Combustion Product Containment Facility
2015Regulations IIAmy Huber, Todd McDanielsPlanning & Scheduling for CCR Compliance while Maintaining Facility Operations & Day to Day Compliance Requirements
2015Regulations IIMarvin AdkinsPreparation of Coal Ash Disposal Facilities to Comply With the CCR Regulations
2015Utilization ITyson Rupnow, Benjamin Franklin, David WhiteClass C Fly Ash Stabilization of Recycled Asphalt Pavement and Soil – A Case Study
2015Utilization IJinder Jow, Yang Dong, Yongbin Zhao, Shuqiang Ding, Qiao Li, Shih-Yaw Lai, Xia WangFly Ash-based Core Technologies and Value-added Products Based on Materials Science
2015Utilization IBrigitte Brown, Sabrina Bradshaw, Tuncer Edil, Craig BensonLeaching from Roadways Stabilized with Fly Ash: Data Assessment and Synthesis
2015Utilization IIMaria Trejo, Ashley Skipper, Brett TempestDesign and Construction of a Fly Ash Geopolymer Cement Concrete Residential Building
2015Utilization IIAnne Oberlink, Brock Marrs, Thomas Robl, Robert JewellFly Ash Derived Ceramic-Polyurethane Foam Composite Insulation
2015Utilization IIYang Dong, Jinder Jow, Jianhui Su, Shih-Yaw LaiFly Ash-based Fillers and Flame Retardants
2015Utilization IIYongbin Zhao, Jinder Jow, Xiaoliang Cai, Shih-Yaw LaiFly Ash-based Geopolymer Foam Technology for Thermal Insulation and Fire Protection Applications
2015Utilization IIIRoy Lieberman, Yaakov Anker, Oriol Font, Xavier Querol, Yitzhak Mastai, Haim CohenCoal Ash as a Potential Scrubber for Wastes from the Quarry and Phosphate industries in Israel
2015Utilization IIIMark RokoffComplying with the final rules through utilization and much more!
2015Utilization IIIShaopeng Li, Jianbo Zhang, Zhanbing Li, Bin Lin, Hui-Quan LiPreparation of Mullite Ceramics from Coal Fly Ash by Deep-desilication Technology
2015Utilization IIIOriol Font, Natalia Moreno, Xavier Querol, M Hermass, J CortinaSynthesis of K-zeolites from fly ash for the ammonium and phosphorous uptake from urban waste water treatment plants
2015Utilization IVKimery VoriesCommon Sense Solutions for Management of Global Carbon Emissions
2015Utilization IVJohn Pugh, Georgene Geary, Jim McNamaraEvaluation of an Engineered Fill Using Recycled Coal Combustion Products
2015Utilization IVAli Kiani, James Zhou, Kevin GalvinUpgrading of Cenospheres in Fly ash using a Series of Inverted Reflux Classifiers
2015Waste Management IVito SchifanoBinder Stabilization with Beneficial Use of CCR in Closure – Remediation / Corrective Actions of Coal Ash Impoundments
2015Waste Management IDale TimmonsDense Slurry Ash Management: How Water and Additive Concentrations Affect Environmental Performance
2015Waste Management IMark Roberts, Kanishka Perera, Gretchen DavidsonMechanically Stabilized Walls Utilizing CCPs to Create Valuable Airspace
2015Waste Management IIVincent Severance, Stuart Harris, R. Shane Harris, Erin MattmillerInventory, Inspection and Management Practices of CCP Facility Spillways at TVA Paradise Fossil Plant
2015Waste Management IIShannon Bennett, Matthew VaughanJohn Sevier Dry Fly Ash Stack - Sequencing of CCR Waste Facility Closures
2015Waste Management IIMichael Clemmons, Rachel Combs, David SkeggsPlanning and Implementing Schedule Driven CCP Projects at TVA’s Gallatin Fossil Plant
2015Waste Management IIMehmet Iscimen, Sarah Fick, Cuneyt Gokmen, Neil Davies, Rachel Combs, Scott TurnbowTVA Kingston Peninsula Disposal Site Phase IA: Project Challenges Developing Over Karst Formations
2015Waste Management IIIRyan Baeten, Art CoviCoal Combustion Product Risk Assessment Using a Probabilistic Cost Modeling Approach
2015Waste Management IIIIshwar MurarkaDetection Monitoring under the USEPA CCR regulations and Statistical Evaluation of the resulting data
2015Waste Management IIINicolas McClung, Gabriel Lang, Sheryl SmithInstrumentation Computer Based Training
2015Waste Management IIIBarry Christopher, David White, Derek Christopher, Roberto Sanchez, Nicolas McClungLarge Scale Box Tests for Calibration of Fly Ash and Gypsum Performance Properties
2015Waste Management IVBruce Sass, Marvin Leedy, J. Massey-Norton, Ryan FimmenAssessment of Emergent Springs at a Fly Ash Impoundment
2015Waste Management IVJoseph RobbEvaluation of Ecological Risk Associated with Groundwater Discharge of CCR-Derived Constituents to Surface Water
2015Waste Management IVDennis ConnairNatural Variability of Bedrock Groundwater Chemistry: A Vital Issue for CCR Rule Compliance
2015Waste Management IVMilind Khire, Tryambak Kaushik, William Langley, Kirk EllisonWater Balance Modeling of CCR Landfills
2015Waste Management IXDavid White, Pavana Vennapusa, Eric Hageman, Barry Christopher, Nicolas McClung, Roberto SanchezAssessment of New QC/QA Compaction Monitoring Program at TVA’s Coal Combustion Product Stacking Facilities: A Case Study
2015Waste Management IXR. Shane Harris, Michael Stepic, Sherry Bugg, Nicholas GoldenCCP Facility Master Closure Strategies
2015Waste Management IXMichael Steele, P Smiley, Don Fuller, Vernon DotsonQuality Management for CCR Storage Facility Construction, Operations, and Closure
2015Waste Management IXRachel Combs, Glen Dieterle, Gabriel Lang, Andrew RodziankoTotal Suspended Solids Monitoring During Ash Impoundment Construction Activities
2015Waste Management VJames EastonChemical Treatment of Coal Ash for Beneficial Use Applications / By-Product Treatment Via Calcium Polysulfide
2015Waste Management VDavid White, Pavana Vennapusa, Eric Hageman, Barry Christopher, Nicolas McClungEffects of Micromorphology and Chemical Composition on Densification of CCPs
2015Waste Management VGary Ahlberg, William Lupi, Nick Parks, Nilay Patel, Anurag ShahHybrid Geotextile Design for CCP Materials in Landfill Drainage and Closure Systems
2015Waste Management VIRon GrabowskiBottom Ash Handling CCR Solutions
2015Waste Management VIAlan Rauch, Kenneth Ladwig, Pedro AmayaCentrifuge Model Test of a Sand Embankment Built on Saturated Coal Ash
2015Waste Management VIGerald LongCoal-Fired Power Plant Bottom Ash Wet-To-Dry Conversions/ Case Studies
2015Waste Management VIIJay Renew, Kirk Ellison, Keith Hendershot, Jacob Rajterowski, Ching-Hua HuangImpact of Salt on Metal Leaching from Coal Fly Ash
2015Waste Management VIIKirk EllisonIndustry Perspectives on Integrating ELG and CCR Compliance through Wastewater Encapsulation: Challenges, Opportunities, and Technology Readiness
2015Waste Management VIISharon Sjostrom, Ken Baldrey, Kirk EllisonOptions to Stabilize and Utilize Tomorrow’s Fly Ash: Approaches and Initial Results
2015Waste Management VIIShubhashini Oza, Vincent Ogunro, John Daniels, Kirk EllisonSequestration of Halides from FGD Wastewater through Lime Stabilization of Fly Ash
2015Waste Management VIIIM. RomeAsh Impoundment Closures: An Encyclopedia of Options
2015Waste Management VIIISue LongoPaste and Ash Systems: Case Studies
2015Waste Management VIIIBrett Housley, Jerold JohnsonPaste Thickening in Waste Ash Applications
2015Waste Management XNancy Cardona, Vincent Ogunro, Miguel Pando, Margaret ThomsonIn-Situ Lime Stabilization of Ponded CCRs – Results of an Ongoing Laboratory Feasibility Study
2015Waste Management XStuart Cravens, Harold Register, Bruce Hensel, Tim CushmanMerging Regional and Site-Specific GIS Data to Develop a 3-D Site Conceptual Model for Evaluating Selenium Impacts at a CCR Facility
2017Aggregates IHaim Cohen, Roy Lieberman, Yaniv KnopCoal Residues: The new Golden Treasure
2017Ash Management IWilliam Ahlert, Mark FilardiEnvironmental Factors Associated With Decommissioning That Can Impact Cost, Schedule and Reuse Options
2017Ash Management IKelley Reynolds-Clausen, Nico SinghSouth Africa’s power producer’s revised Coal Ash Strategy and Implementation Progress
2017Beneficial Use IWilliam Fedorka, Jimmy Knowles, John CastlemanResults in Reclaiming and Recycling Coal Combustion Residuals for Encapsulated Beneficial Reuse
2017Beneficial Use IIIKalil Sampaio, Antonio CabralUse of coal ash from thermal power plant in coating mortar
2017Beneficial Use IIIMaria Visa, Popa Nicoleta, Andreea ChelaruZeolite Materials Obtained from Fly Ash Used for Removal of Heavy Metals and dye from Complex Wastewaters
2017Cement and Concrete IJames Locum, L.K. Crouch, Daniel BadoeExcavatable and Early Strength CLSM using High LOI Fly Ash and Limestone Screenings
2017Cement and Concrete IIChristopher Swan, Alyssa BonoraCompressive, Flexural, and Tensile Strengths of Various Mortar Mixes Containing Synthetic Lightweight Aggregate
2017Cement and Concrete IIShuqiang Ding, Guanghui Gao, Jinder Jow, Shih-Yaw LaiDevelopment of the Fracturing Proppant with Low Density and High Strength Using High Alumina Fly Ash
2017Cement and Concrete IIMatthew Ramos, Christopher SwanThe Strength Characteristics of Mortar Concretes Containing Synthetic Lightweight Aggregate and Calcium Carbonate
2017Cement and Concrete IIIJonathan Drury, Trevor Looney, Mahdi Arezoumandi, Jeffery VolzAn Experimental Study on Bond Strength of Reinforcing Steel in High-Volume Fly-Ash Concrete
2017Cement and Concrete VTristana Duvallet, Robert Jewell, Anne Oberlink, Thomas Robl, David HarrisAsian Ash Characteristics and Use for Portland/Calcium Sulfoaluminate Hybrid Cements
2017Cement and Concrete VClayton Cloutier, Thomas Jansen, Robert Meidl, Ahmed Faheem, Ervin Dukatz, Konstantin SobolevEffect of Spray Dryer Absorber (SDA) Ash on the Performance of Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA)
2017Cement and Concrete VRoy Lieberman, Natalia Moreno, Jesus de la Rosa, Haim Cohen, Xavier QuerolScrubbing Hazardous Wastes of the Spanish Phosphate Industry and Used Tires Ash via Coal Fly Ash and Incorporation of the Product in Concrete for Civil Engineering Purposes
2017Cement and Concrete VIJeffrey Whidden, Joseph ThomasNon-Spec Fly Ash Remediation
2017Cement and Concrete VIIAnne Oberlink, Thomas Robl, Robert Jewell, Kenneth Ladwig, Maria Guimaraes, Gregory Hebeler, N N YeboahCoal Ash Use Study for Duke Energy, North Carolina
2017Cement and Concrete VIIThays Araujo, Antonio CabralFeasibility of Coal Ash Utilization from Pecem Power Plant Landfill in Concrete
2017Cement and Concrete VIIMelissa Harrison, Christopher Poling, Thomas LesniakUsing Mercury Capture Systems with Fly Ash for Cement Manufacturing
2017Chemical Classification IJoe Wong, Sheila Glesmann, David Park, Micala Mitchek, Rafic MinkaraEvaluating Metals Sequestration in Ash by Powdered Activated Carbon
2017Chemical Classification IJohn FoxFly Ash Classification – Old and New Ideas
2017Chemistry INathaniel Keller, Eric Tlachac, Stuart CravensMethodology for Predictive Groundwater Quality Compliance Analysis with Focus on Cobalt, Lead, Lithium, and Molybdenum
2017Chemistry IIJacob Chu, Paula Panzino, Lisa BradleyAn Approach to Using Geochemical Analysis to Evaluate the Potential Presence of Coal Ash Constituents in Drinking Water
2017Chemistry IITodd Wilson, Mark Velleux, James Hallden, Mark Filardi, Jason Nolan, Bill MillerSurface complexation model use and sorptive capacity evaluations for inorganic constituents from coal combustion residuals to guide monitored natural attenuation assessment
2017Disposal IAndrea Rocha, Jacques Smith, Duane GravesBiogeochemistry: A Novel Approach to Managing and Marketing CCR
2017Disposal IMay RaadDetermination of Statistically Significant Increases over Background Concentration Levels
2017Disposal IIBob KleinmannCoal Combustion Residuals and Groundwater: It’s Complicated
2017Disposal IIEric Hageman, Jason Hill, Bryan Robbinsluation and Modifications to Improve the Fly Ash Moisture Conditioning Process at TVA’s Bull Run Fossil Plant
2017Disposal IIIMargaret Carrillo-Sheridan, Ben Gallagher, James Redwine, Dimitri Vlassopoulos, Tony MoranIn Situ Solidification and Stabilization of Coal Combustion Residuals: Potential Applications and Cost Analysis
2017Disposal IVGerald LongBottom Ash Options for ELG and CCR Compliance
2017Disposal IVRosanna SaindonWe Don’t Have No Stinkin’ Dirt! Coal Ash Pond Closures (Traditional and an Alternative Method)
2017FGD IPieter Corne Pretorius, Shameer Hareeparsad, Kirk EllisonMineralogical & Geochemical Evaluation of Brine-Encapsulated Monoliths
2017FGD IDale Timmons, Istvan KovacsicsThe Role of Dense Slurry in Achieving Zero Liquid Discharge
2017FGD IIKirk Ellison, N N Yeboah, Pieter Corne PretoriusBrine-Encapsulation Bench & Field Testing Recommendations
2017FGD IIJay Renew, Ching-Hua Huang, David KossonMass Transport Release of Heavy Metal Oxyanions from Solidified/Stabilized Co-Disposed Flue Gas Desulfurization Brine and Coal Fly Ash Monoliths
2017FGD IIIR Pease, Alan Rauch, Kenneth LadwigGeotechnical Properties of FGD Scrubber Material
2017FGD IIIDuane Graves, Jacques Smith, Linxi Chen, Allison Kreinberg, Brianna Wallace, Robby WhiteSulfur-Oxidizing Bacteria Convert Problematic Waste into Marketable Resource
2017FGD IIIXenia Wirth, N N Yeboah, Susan BurnsThe Effects of Wood Source and Combustion Conditions on Properties of Biomass Fly Ash
2017Geotech IMichael SchantzThe relative impacts of the use of calcium and sodium Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI) reagents
2017Geotech IEdwin DunstanWhat is a “Practical” (ASTM C 618) SAI--Strength Activity Index for Fly Ashes that can be used to Proportion Concretes Containing Fly Ash?
2017Geotech IIJohn Herrmann, Santion Piccoli, Steve GaleGeosynthetic Reinforcement in Surface Impoundment Closures
2017Geotech IIDon Grahlherr, Christopher LewisStructural Considerations for In-Place Closure of CCR Impoundments
2017Geotech IIChristopher TimpsonUnique Approaches of Coal Ash Management Using Geotextile Tubes
2017Groundwater and Environment IAllison Kreinberg, Bruce Sass, Linxi Chen, Duane GravesBoron Treatment Technology for CCR Wastewater, Ash Leachate, and Groundwater
2017Groundwater and Environment IHerwig Goldemund, Jeffrey AhrensConceptual Groundwater Remedial Alternatives at Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) Sites
2017Groundwater and Environment IICatherine Magliocco, Matthew Munz, Zel Jones, Michael CondranEmerging Water Management Challenges at Coal-Fired Power Stations to Address New USEPA Regulations
2017Groundwater and Environment IIBob Glazier, Bruce SassHow to Manage a Statistically Significant Increase (SSI) During Groundwater Detection Monitoring under the CCR Rule
2017Groundwater and Environment IIDaniel Tolmer, Mark OrzechowskiManaging Springs Emanating from Coal Combustion Residual Disposal Impoundments
2017Groundwater and Environment IIIJoseph RobbComparison of Groundwater Sampling Methods for Monitoring CCR Units
2017Groundwater and Environment IIIBob GlazierMass Flux Performance Metrics for Support of Less Aggressive Groundwater Remedies under the Federal CCR Rule
2017Groundwater and Environment IIINatasha Hausmann, Mark Shibata, Luke Shannon, Brian BjorklundMultiple Lines of Evidence Facilitate Background Groundwater Well Selection in a Geologically Complex Site
2017Groundwater and Environment IIIMatt HuddlestonPermitting Seeps from Coal Ash Impoundments with Consideration of Natural Conditions
2017Groundwater and Environment VThomas Reed, Alison Dunn, Nicholas SchmittChallenges of Monitoring Groundwater at CCR Sites in Karst Terrain
2017Groundwater and Environment VCarla Landrum, Jim Field, Tim GloverUsing the Conceptual Site Model to Tackle the $64,000 Questions Surrounding Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action
2017Groundwater and Environment VIBrian Cole, John KuhnEvaluating Compatibility of CCR with Leachate Collection System to Ensure Rule Compliance
2017Groundwater and Environment VIAndrew Bittner, John KondziolkaEvaluation of Groundwater Protectiveness of Potential Surface Impoundment Closure Options
2017Groundwater and Environment VIIAbigail Gilson-Beck, Jimmy YoungbloodCCR Barrier Systems: Mitigating Risk from Leakage with Proven Advanced Technologies
2017Groundwater and Environment VIIBryon Dahlgren, Doug GrayCoal Combustion Residual (CCR) Groundwater Data Evaluation: From Monitoring to the Right Remediation Path
2017Groundwater and Environment VIIGreg Behrens, Michael Damian, Steven KoslerDynamic Waste Water Modeling for Coal Burning Power Plants
2017Landfill IDavid White, Pavana Vennapusa, Brendan Fitzpatrick, Jason Hill, Nicolas McClungIn Situ Characterization of Beneficial Enhanced Engineered Fill at TVA’s Gallatin Ash Stacking Facility
2017Landfill IRon Harris, Sam Spear, Charles Straley, J. Massey-Norton, Steve RobertsJohn E. Amos Landfill Soil Nail Wall
2017Landfill IIClay ReichertExposed Geomembrane Cover Systems for Coal Ash Facilities
2017Landfill IISteve Lamb, Floyd CotterSelecting the Right Closure Cap Option for Your Surface Impoundment or CCR Landfill
2017Landfill IIIKen Daly, Cedric Ruhl, Mark ShumpertCase History – CCR Landfill Cover System Stormwater and Infiltration Water Design and Management
2017Landfill IIIRyan Baeten, Julie Zimdars, Leif Tolokken, Michael Lubrecht, Daniel ChristensenCCP Dewatering Using a Horizontal Well
2017Landfill IIITom MannGroundwater Monitoring Requirements of the CCR Rule – What’s Next?
2017Landfill IVCedric Ruhl, Chris JordanA Comparison of Actual vs. Predicted Leachate Generation
2017Landfill IVChris Jordan, Cedric RuhlAction Leakage Rate Calculation
2017Landfill IVLindsay Motl, Eric NelsonWorking Through Location Restrictions to Expand the Ottumwa Midland Landfill
2017Landfill VIIJason Ross, Michael RowlandGCL Chemical Compatibility Testing with CCR Landfill Leachate
2017Landvill VIIIJonathan Hotstream, Robert Stanforth, Douglas Genthe, Curtis MadsenEffect of Moisture Conditioning and Handling on Leaching and Physical Properties of Sodium Bicarbonate Flue Gas Desulfurization Materials
2017Landvill VIIIJeff MarshallHydrogen Sulfide Issues at Coal Combustion Residual and Municipal Solid Waste Disposal Facilities
2017Mining and Reclamation IDale Evans, Kathleen WhysnerBeneficial Re-use of CCR for Site Closures using Mining Reclamation Technologies
2017Mining and Reclamation IAmbalika NiyogiCharacterization of fly ash fractions to trace the extent of pollution
2017Mining and Reclamation IIRussell StappAdvanced and Hybrid Closures of CCR Impoundments: Methods for Faster and Less Expensive Alternatives to Standard Clean Close and Cap in Place
2017Mining and Reclamation IIIon Visa, Maria Visa, Anca DutaMechanical properties and functional durability of Fly Ash pellets, adsorbents in wastewater treatment
2017Ponds IMarc TheisenEngineered Soils for Cost Effective Coal Ash Cover Systems
2017Ponds IGary AhlbergIST Wellfield System – A Sustainable Clean Water Strategy for Dewatering Pond Ash
2017Ponds IKhandaker Ashfaque, Michael Kladias, Shawn Sager, Tamar SchlekatNumerical Modeling to Evaluate Hydrological Dynamics and Risk Assessment of Bottom Ash Ponds at a Former Coal-Fired Electric Power Plant
2017Ponds IIOmer Bozok, John SeymourGeotechnical Considerations in Surface Impoundment Management and Closure
2017Ponds IIIJacob Walczak, Meng Wang, Brian HenningsEvaluating Impoundment Closure Scenarios using Fate and Transport Modeling
2017Ponds IIIJeremy ThomasStrategic Management of Active CCR Impoundments
2017Ponds IVJeffery Heyman, Richard Bird, Stephen CoutureCCR Pond Dewatering - Critical Planning and Characterization Tasks
2017Ponds IVClaudio Arato, Bruce SiftonCoal Ash 2.0: A Strategic Resource
2017Ponds IVDavid Seeger, Steven KoslerSmarter, Cheaper, Ash Pond Dewatering
2017Ponds IXRick Buffalini, Daniel TolmerPerformance of an Alternative Final Cover System at the Little Blue Run Disposal Area
2017Ponds VDale Evans, Kathleen WhysnerUse of Slurry Wall Systems to Support CCR Impoundment Closure and Corrective Action
2017Ponds VIKun He, Xiaoping Li, Longli Dong, Yumei MaoThe Effects of Flue Gas Desulfurization Gypsum (FGD Gypsum)on P Fractions in a Coastal Plain Soil
2017Ponds VIIJustin Anderson, Bob BarrettInnovative Retaining Structure and Slope Stabilization Technologies
2017Ponds VIIIAbby Thane, Eric Troyer, Al Cunningham, Lee Spangler, Ben Gallagher, Adrienne PhillipsRemediation of Coal Combustion Residuals Using Microbially-Induced Calcite Precipitation
2017Ponds XPaul LearIn-Situ Stabilization Pilot Test for Coal Ash – Applicability of the Results to Closure of Coal Ash Impoundments
2017Ponds XChristopher ColangeloNew Dewatering Innovations at an Ash Landfill Closure
2017Ponds XArun KammariStatistically Significant Exceedance-Understanding False Positive Error
2017Ponds XIKunigal Shivakumar, Wade Brown, Kazi ImranA Solution to Ponded Coal Ash
2017Ponds XIPedro AmayaPond Closure - Case Study
2017Ponds XIIAl Briggs, Jacob Catt, Ron Froh, Jay ClaytonSustainable Closure of Fly Ash Impoundments
2017Ponds XIIDale Evans, Kathleen Whysner, Joseph Scalia, Christopher BareitherWork Area Quantification Processes to Guide CCR Construction Programs
2017Ponds XIIILinxi Chen, Jacques Smith, Duane Graves, Scott Sheridan, Brian Adair, Neil DaviesCCR Microparticulates and the Trouble They Cause
2017Ponds XIIIMatt Huddleston, Kathy WebbEnvironmental Risk Assessments of Coal Ash Impoundments
2017Ponds XIVDaniel Couton, Joane TimonesRecent Insights into Mechanically-Enhanced Evaporation of Mine Affected Waters
2017Ponds XIVDuke Kuvaas, Gretchen DolsonSolar Options to Be Used on Utility’s Ash Ponds
2017Ponds XIVMark Roberts, Steven Flanders, Michael GummUtilizing Alternative Caps that meet Subtitle D Equivalency Requirements for CCP Landfill and Impoundment Closures to Gain Significant Savings and Secondary Use Opportunities
2017Ponds XVGuy CerimeleAEP’s CCR Impoundment Closure Projects - Lessons Learned, Insights & Exemplary Practices
2017Ponds XVJosh Bell, Ken Daly, Mark ShumpertPractical Considerations for CCR Facility Design, Operations, and Maintenance
2017Ponds XVIPaul Lear, Andrew White, Tripp WinfreeClosure of the 448-2D Ash Basin and 488-4D ash Landfill at the Savannah River Site
2017Ponds XVIGregory Landry, Paul SchmallRecent Experience in In Situ Dewatering of Coal Combustion Residuals: A Practical Approach
2017PostersWenlong Zhang, Harshad Oswal, Jay Renew, Ching-Hua Huang, Kirk EllisonCombined Iron Reduction and Solidification/Stabilization Process to Immobilize Heavy Metals in Concentrated Flue Gas Desulfurization Brines
2017PostersHyo Kim, Ji-Young LeeEffect of Ash Particle Sizes on the Compressive Strength and Thermal Conductivity of Geopolymer Synthesized with Alkali Activated Low-calcium Ground Coal Bottom Ash
2017PostersShi Chen, Xiaojiang Li, Qun Wang, Lu Jian, Yong Li, Yajuan WeiInfluence of Alkali activator Dosage on Strength of CFBC Fly Ash Based Geopolymer
2017PostersAhn Ji Whan, Thenepalli ThriveniMonitoring of PM2.5 in coal ash samples & heavy metals stabilization by carbonation method
2017PostersHyo Kim, Sung-il HongThe Mechanism of Early Stage Compressive Strength Attainment in Low-calcium Ground Coal Bottom Ash Geopolymer
2017PostersLe Ho Tri, Dae-Wook Park, Jeongwoo Seo, Woojin SeoTrench Backfill Material Using Plant Coal Ash
2017PostersJames Locum, L.K. Crouch, Daniel BadoeUniversal CLSM using High LOI Fly Ash and Limestone Screenings without Portland Cement
2017Rare Earth Elements IXenia Wirth, Christopher Shearer, Susan Burns, Kimberly KurtisEvolution of the Properties of Organic Matter and Mineral Phases of Reclaimed Coal Fly Ash
2017Rare Earth Elements IRoss Taggart, Jack King, James Hower, Heileen Hsu-KimRare earth element recovery from coal fly ash by roasting and leaching methods
2017Rare Earth Elements IIElliot Roth, Megan Macala, Ronghong Lin, Tracy Bank, Robert Thompson, Bret Howard, Yee Soong, Evan GraniteDistributions and Extraction of Rare Earth Elements from Coal and Coal By-Products
2017Rare Earth Elements IIZachary Hendren, Young Choi, Heileen Hsu-Kim, James Hower, Mark WiesnerPreliminary Techno-Economic Evaluation of a Novel Membrane Based Separation and Recovery Process for Rare Earth Elements from Coal Combustion Residues
2017Rare Earth Elements IIIRick Peterson, Mike Heinrichs, Justin Glier, Annie Lane, Rachid TahaRecovery of Rare Earth Elements from Coal Ash with a Recycling Acid Leach Process
2017Rare Earth Elements IIIRyan Smith, Ross Taggart, James Hower, Mark Wiesner, Heileen Hsu-KimSelective Recovery and Concentration of Rare Earth Elements from Coal Ash Leachate Using Liquid Membranes
2017RegulationsRyan Shedivy, Craig Schuettpelz, Todd Stong, Jennifer CharlesAn Economic Approach to Dewatering Coarse-Grained Coal Combustion Residuals
2017RegulationsTobias Lutz, Uli FreitagHow Dense Slurry Fly Ash Disposal helped Europe's largest Brown Coal Power Station to reduce its Water Consumption by over 90%
2019Beneficiation and Processing IAndrew Bittner, Ari LewisCCP Beneficial Use Risk Assessment: Case Studies for Three Different Applications
2019Beneficiation and Processing IMichael VarnerCost-Effective, Environmentally-Friendly Ash Beneficiation Technology
2019Beneficiation and Processing IIJason Raucci, Jeffrey Samson, Kirk Ellison, Ben Gallagher, Joleen Hines, James KelseyEncapsulation of flue-gas desulfurization wastewater using coal combustion by-product mixtures: Field lysimeter investigations
2019Beneficiation and Processing IIJohnny Lowe, Marcella Funderburg, William FedorkaExcavation and Beneficiation Considerations
2019Beneficiation and Processing IIEric NelsonFinding Balance: How Future Use Guides Ash Pond Closure Strategies
2019Beneficiation and Processing IILewis Baker, Abhishek Gupta, Frank HrachFly Ash Reclamation and Beneficiation Using a Triboelectric Belt Separator
2019CCP Storage and Management IBenjamin Davis, Zachary Fillmore, Mike HunterBulk Storage (10,000+ tons) of Fly Ash, FGD Gypsum, Limestone and Coal at Power Stations in Concrete Domes
2019CCP Storage and Management IHolt Wheeler, Trey Mangers, Paul LearEnhancing Coal Ash Impoundment Closure Using Value Engineering
2019CCP Storage and Management IJason Obermeyer, George McKenzie, Aaron Davis, Chris PickelmannTwo Bottom Ash Management/Handling System Enhancement Case Studies – From Technology Evaluation and Design through Construction and Performance Verification
2019CCP Storage and Management IIKathryn Nash, Marcella Funderburg, Ryan KampBest Practices During Closure
2019CCP Storage and Management IIJohn Bove, Paul SchmallProactive Pre-Drainage Criteria for Hybrid Ash Basin Closure
2019CCP Storage and Management IIStephan Fourmont, Pascal SaunierUse of multi-linear drainage geocomposites for CCP disposal units final cover
2019CCP Storage and Management IVDanny GrayImpacts to CCP Availability due to Regulations and Oil & Gas Technology
2019CCP Storage and Management IVNeal Kochis, Steven Putrich, Lee SaundersSolar PV and Closed Ash Ponds - A Match made in Heaven?
2019CCP Storage and Management IVNicolas McClung, Rob Nyren, Kris Armstrong, Justin Robichaud, Dori Ross, Christopher JonesThe Benefits of Instrumentation and Monitoring for Coal Combustion Residual Facilities Closed- In-Place
2019CCP Storage and Management VTarunjit Butalia, William Wolfe, Chin-Min Cheng, Mehedy Amin, Thomas Henry, Josha MillerDynamic Liquefaction of Ponded Fly Ash
2019CCP Storage and Management VISteve Mayes, Tammy DeRamoHybrid CCR Impoundment Closure Value- Engineering Case Study
2019CCP Storage and Management VIJinder Jow, Yang Dong, Shuqiang Ding, Li Qiao, Ke WangIs Zero Solid Waste Possible for Fly Ash Produced from any Coal-fired Power Plant?
2019CCP Storage and Management VIPatricia Cordoba, Ruth DiegoOxy-coal combustion fly ashes: mobility of inorganic trace contaminants
2019CCP Storage and Management VIIIKevin Foody, Marcella Funderburg, Blake WhittingtonAdvantages of Single Source Contracting In-Plant CCR Services
2019CCP Storage and Management VIIIRandy Wilcox, Gregg Lebster, Bryan Hamilton, Tom StephensCoal Combustion Residuals Management Using Geotextile Containers- Considerations for Various Options
2019CCP Storage and Management VIIIDale Prentice, Kirk Ellison, Gaurav SantEncapsulation of thermoevaporation brines using coal combustion residuals
2019Cement and Concrete ITristana Duvallet, Robert Jewell, Anne Oberlink, Thomas Robl, Kevin Henke, John WisemanThe Utilization of Dry Scrubber Material for the Production of Calcium Sulfoaluminate Clinkers and Cements
2019Cement and Concrete IIL.K. Crouch, Alex Kelley, Samuel Mathews, Daniel Badoe, Alan SparkmanPreliminary Study of the Potential of a Beneficiated Ultrafine Class F Fly Ash
2019Cement and Concrete IIIMohammad Balapour, Rathin Rao, Sabrina Spatari, Grace Hsuan, Yaghoob FarnamEngineering Properties of Fly Ash-Based Lightweight Aggregrate
2019Cement and Concrete IIIRaphael Arlego, Antonio CabralThe influence of Spray dryer ash from Pecém’s thermoelectric power plant on the rheological behavior of mortars used as external rendering
2019Cement and Concrete IVMarina Kozhukhova, Roy Wittenberg, Konstantin SobolevInnovative Green Cementitious Systems Using Off-Spec Fly Ash
2019Cement and Concrete IVCorina Aldea, Bruce Cornelius, Ken Daly, Keith AmbrosePaste Demonstration Laboratory Study
2019Cement and Concrete VMichael McCarthy, T.A. Hope, Lazslo CsetenyiAssessing Pozzolanic Reactivity of Recovered Stockpile Fly Ash for Use in Concrete
2019Cement and Concrete VAhmad Ardani, Hisham MenkaraFly ash Adsorption Capacity as Measured by Spectroscopy Techniques
2019Cement and Concrete VClark Harrison, Ben CleggThe Effects of Fly Ash Quality on Brine Encapsulation
2019Cement and Concrete VIAlex Kelley, L.K. Crouch, Samuel Mathews, Daniel Badoe, Alan SparkmanComparison of Beneficiated Fly Ash with a Popular Class F Fly Ash in Tennessee
2019Cement and Concrete VIJose Milla, Tyson Rupnow, Rafic Minkara, Ivan Diaz, Amar RaghavendraEvaluating the Feasibility of Reclaimed Landfilled Class C Fly Ash for Concrete Applications
2019Cement and Concrete VIIRoy Wittenberg, Thomas Jansen, Marina KozhukhovaMulti-Layer Pavement Design Approach for Effective Utilization of Off-Spec Coal Combustion Products
2019Cement and Concrete VIIDeborah Glosser, Antara Choudry, Jason Ideker, David Trejo, Jason Weiss, Burkan IsgorThermodynamic Investigation of Cementitious Mixtures Incorporating Off-Spec Fly Ashes
2019Cement and Concrete VIIIChang-Seon Shon, Dong-Un LeeAlkali-Silica Reaction of Geopolymer Concrete Made of Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion Fly Ash
2019Cement and Concrete VIIIThomas Jansen, Roy Wittenberg, Marina Kozhukhova, Konstantin Sobolev, Robert MeidlDemonstration Project: Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement with High Volumes of Harvested Coal Ash
2019Cement and Concrete VIIIWebert Silva, Suelly Barroso, Antonio CabralEvaluation of Empirical and Empirical Mechanistic Methods for Interconnected Concrete Pavement with Bottom Ashes
2019Chemistry IIMina Mohebbi, Farshad Rajabipour, Barry ScheetzFluidized Bed Combustion Fly Ash Leaching: A Column Study
2019Chemistry IIJames Redwine, Bruce HenselMonitored Natural Attenuation for Coal Combustion Product Constituents in Groundwater
2019Chemistry IIIJohn Daniels, Vincent Ogunro, Miguel Pando, Livingstone Dumenu, Jenberu FeyyisaEngineered water repellency: An evolving approach to infiltration control
2019Emerging Technologies IThomas WeyandFirst Commercial Installation Utilizing PMET Structural Product Technology
2019Emerging Technologies IKunigal Shivakumar, Kazi Imran, Bharath Kenchappa, Wade BrownMechanical, Fire and Insulation Properties of Polymer Ash Composites
2019Emerging Technologies IWilliam McMahonSolution for Coal Ash
2019Emerging Technologies IIClaudio AratoCoal Ash 2.0: The Calculus of the Ore Body
2019Emerging Technologies IITrenton Rogers, Ben Gallagher, Justin BrownInvestigating Effects of Temperature on Fly Ash Encapsulation Paste
2019Geotech IPaul Schmall, Gregory LandryDewatering CCR- The Current State of Practice
2019Geotech IMatthew Gore, Grant Martin, Longde Jin, Gregory HebelerGeotechnical Characterization of Fly Ash with an Emphasis on Undrained Strength
2019Geotech ICraig Schuettpelz, Todd StongGeotechnical Properties of Flue Gas Desulfurization Material and Containment Implications
2019Geotech IIAnita Perry, Alex Rudy, Kenny Campbell, Ryan Smith, Christopher Hardin, Paul SchmallExtensive Real Time Monitoring of Ash Response to Construction-Induced Activity
2019Geotech IIChristopher Hardin, Gregory Hebeler, Paul Schmall, Gregory LandryIncremental, Performance Based Approach to Geotechnical Characterization of Ponded Ash Materials
2019Geotech IIIKandasamy Arivazhagan, M. Ravichandran, Shiv Dube, V. Mathur, Ram Krishna Khandakar, R.P. Singh, V. Ravi Babu, Y.S. Gupta, Y. Upendar Reddy, B. BitchaEFFECT OF COAL FLY ASH ON AGRICULTURAL CROPS :SECOND PHASE SHOWCASE PROJECT ON USE OF FLY ASH IN AGRICULTURE IN AND AROUND THERMAL POWER STATION AREAS OF NATIONAL
2019Geotech IIIG. Chattopadhyay, Gourab Roy, Wasim IftikarRecycling of Coal Ash in Agriculture: Use of Vermicomposting Biotechnology
2019Groundwater and Environment IPJ Nolan, Hugh Davies, Gregory Hebeler, Rens VerburgDeveloping Enhanced Monitored Natural Attenuation Strategies Using Reactive Transport Models
2019Groundwater and Environment IIICatherine Warner, Dustin ZedakerAlternative Source Demonstrations: Sleuthing in the CCR Program
2019Groundwater and Environment IIIMatthew Schnobrich, Rick KenterConceptual Site Model Development to Manage CCP Impoundment Leachate Impacts to Surface Water and Public Water Supply
2019Groundwater and Environment IVNicole Pagano, Eric Tlachac, Stuart Cravens, Bruce HenselDevelopment of Alternative Source Demonstrations for Groundwater Quality Exceedances at CCR Sites Using EPRI’s Guidance Document
2019Groundwater and Environment IXDavid Silverman, Mike Hay, Gaston Leone, Bart WilkingSelenium Attenuation via Reductive Precipitation in Diverse Saturated and Unsaturated Environments
2019Groundwater and Environment IXKonrad QuastSSIs and ASDs, A Piece of the Puzzle Versus the Whole Story
2019Groundwater and Environment VJennifer KolbeGeochemical Principles Affecting CCR Constituents in Groundwater
2019Groundwater and Environment VJacob Gruzalski, Kent Bostick, Jennifer Canon-Rothkopf, Thomas DickenMonitoring Well Integrity and Performance – What is Happening Underground?
2019Groundwater and Environment VIMay RaadGrounded in Groundwater Statistics
2019Groundwater and Environment VIJennifer Tilton, Margaret GentileStrategic Approaches to Address the Unique Challenges of Groundwater Remediation at Coal Ash Facilities
2019Groundwater and Environment VIJames Redwine, Kevin Russell, David Keith, Bruce HenselTools and Techniques for Evaluating Coal Combustion Product Constituents in the Groundwater-Surface Water Transition Zone
2019Groundwater and Environment VIIJacob ChuA Review on Biogeochemistry of Molybdenum and Potential Treatment Options for Managing CCR Impacted Groundwater
2019Groundwater and Environment VIIGraham Crockford, Sarah HolmstromDoes Your Groundwater Monitoring System Need Modification/Recertification?
2019Groundwater and Environment VIIIKirk EllisonLandfill Sequestration of Brine: Research Updates
2019Groundwater and Environment VIIIShane McDonaldUnderstanding Uncertainty in Groundwater Modeling to Assess Impacts to Groundwater from a CCR Fill
2019Groundwater and Environment XTim Glover, Carla Landrum"The Importance of Being Representative" or Setting Reasonable Background Values for CCR Monitoring
2019Groundwater and Environment XEdward Muller, R.L. Bassett, Nick FurseCCR Alternative Source Evaluation Process for Aquifers at an Electric Power Facility Using ?D,?18O, ?11B, ?34S, 87Sr/86Sr and Chemical Composition
2019Groundwater and Environment XJohn Schubert, Christopher HuthGroundwater Remediation of Boron
2019Groundwater and Environment XChris Mickle, Darby LitzMaximizing the Value of Information Management for the Implementation of CCR Data Management Strategies
2019Groundwater and Environment XILindsay Motl, Phil GearingHow to Minimize CCR Landfill Leachate and Contact Water Management
2019Groundwater and Environment XIIMark Haddock, Jeffrey Ingram, PJ NolanBenefits and Process of Completing an Integrated MNA Feasibility Study Prior to Determining Corrective Action Strategy
2019Groundwater and Environment XIILuca DeAngelis, Wayne WeberEvaluation of Groundwater Level Fluctuations to Support Groundwater Compliance
2019Groundwater and Environment XIIMike Hay, Shannon Ulrich, Stephanie Offenberger, Dave LilesIron-Based Strategies for In Situ Treatment of Arsenic and Metals Impacts at Coal Ash Facilities
2019Groundwater and Environment XIIIAngus McGrath, Vijay Sundaram, David Pernitsky, Jim FinleyBoron Treatment Alternatives for CCR Porewater, Leachate and Groundwater
2019Groundwater and Environment XIVHerwig Goldemund, Ron GestlerPhytoremediation Using TreeWell® Technology: An Innovative Approach to Groundwater Remediation at CCR Sites
2019Groundwater and Environment XIVRebecca KreuzerPrincipals of Isotope Geochemistry and Applications to Groundwater Investigations
2019Groundwater and Environment XVAmanda Cover, Jennifer Gable, Rock VitaleData Quality Assessment Via Data Mining: Using Patterns in the Forest to Evaluate the Trees
2019Groundwater and Environment XVMaxwell Wallack, David WeakleyFGD Wastewater Treatment for Low-Capacity Stations
2019Groundwater and Environment XVIDave Fraley, Chris Bauman, Dave DonahueContinuous, Real-Time TSS Monitoring Verifies Effluent Quality and Coal Ash Management Performance While Reducing Compliance Costs
2019Groundwater and Environment XVIJoel Thompson, Peter Bell, John GriggsSurface Water and Groundwater Mixing in Alluvial Floodplains: A Significant Issue for Understanding Contaminant Transport at Coal Ash Facilities Adjacent to Rivers
2019International Perspectives IBruce Sifton2020 to 2070 and Beyond: Transitioning from Production to Post- Production Coal Ash Use
2019International Perspectives IDavid Harris, Craig Heidrich, Hans-Joachim FeuerbornGlobal aspects on Coal Combustion Products
2019International Perspectives IShu-Hua Ma, Hongjun Nan, Xiaohui Wang, Jian DingThe novel properties of a new inorganic water-retaining product made from coal fly ash
2019International Perspectives IICharlotte Badenhorst, Nikki Wagner, Bruno Valentim, Ana Santos, Alexandra Guedes, Barbara Bialecka, Joanna Calus-Moszko, Luminita Popescu, Mihai CruceChar from coal ash as a possible precursor for synthetic graphite – Recent developments of the Charphite project
2019International Perspectives IIPaul McFadyen, KB Jenkins, CK Hertle, J FaithfulNon-Traditional Approaches for Management of Ash and Transport Water from Down Under
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IMichael Lazar, Evan AndrewsManaging Landfill Leachate in a World Without Ash Basins: Lessons Learned and Practical Considerations
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IDaniel Ruffing, Jeffrey EvansSoil Mixing and Slurry Trench Cutoff Walls for Coal Combustion Residue Sites
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IICedric Ruhl, Tom MaierDisposal of Commingled CCR and Phragmites Roots in a CCR Landfill
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IIDavid White, Pavana Vennapusa, Eric Hageman, Jason Hill, Nicolas McClungLessons Learned from Implementing Advanced Compaction Monitoring at TVA’s CCR Landfills
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IIBrian ColePitfalls of Transitioning to CCR Landfills
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IIIGil Haines, Leslie Noble, Paul SchmallCCR Impoundment Dewatering Pilot Case Study
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IIIJeffery Heyman, Lee WrightCCR Unit Alternative Final Covers – Use of Water Balance Covers
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IXCedric RuhlA Method for Predicting CCR Landfill Leachate Generation Volume
2019Landfill and Pond Issues IXJason Obermeyer, Jennifer Charles, Shane Stockdill, Chantell JohnsonAlternative Final Cover System Demonstrations and the Associated Benefits
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VRosanna SaindonAlternative Coal Ash Pond Closure Design and Construction – Lessons Learned
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VTim Silar, John MageeIn Situ Impoundment Closure and Groundwater Corrective Action Technology
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VIANTONIO SANCHEZ, Ming ZhuComparing Stormwater Pond Design for Traditional Soil Cover versus Engineered Synthetic Turf Cover
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VIM. RomeIntroduction and Benefits of the Project Management Oversight (PMO) Concept for CCR Closure Projects
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VIGlenn Leo, Michelle SpruthWorking Toward Zero Leachate Discharge for CCR Landfills
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VIIMarc TheisenCase Studies for Successful Coal Ash and Mine Closure Using Innovative Cover Systems
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VIINina Balsamo, J. Massey-Norton, John Klamut, Terry Queen, Charles Straley, Mark LehnerCCR Landfill Final Cover Test Pad
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VIIRick Buffalini, H WalshHydrologic Modeling Associated with Permitting an Expansion of a Coal Combustion Products Landfill
2019Landfill and Pond Issues VIIIGlen ToepferStudies of Geosynthetic Asset Acquisitions Failures and Success Strategies
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XNicole Briggs, Ari Lewis, Andrew BittnerEvaluating Climate Change Impacts on CCR Surface Impoundments and Landfills
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XDavid White, Pavana Vennapusa, Bryan Robbins, Jason Hill, Nicolas McClung, James VanNimwegenIntelligent Testing Analytics and Validated Compaction Monitoring for Gypsum Landfill
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XCedric RuhlSo, You’ve Built a Landfill for Your Ash Pond Closure, Now What? (Lessons Learned During CCR Landfill Operations)
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XIBrian Johnson, Ken DalyBetween Covers and Liners The Varied Roles of Vertical Barriers
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XIBrian Hennings, Glenn Luke, Jacob WalczakGroundwater Corrective Action Assessment Using Fate and Transport Modeling
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XIIThomas Gredell, Jeffrey Fouse, Jay EllingtonDesign and Construction of a CCR Landfill Adjacent to the Missouri River
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XIIPaul Reitz, Thomas Gredell, Jay EllingtonLocating and Permitting a CCR Landfill Adjacent to the Missouri River
2019Landfill and Pond Issues XIIPeter Bell, Joel Thompson, Don FullerUsing Numerical Models of Dewatering at Coal Ash Impoundments to Understand Cost and Schedule
2019PostersJerry Vetter, Eric ZeiglerClosed Loop System for Coal Combustion Residual Dredging and Dewatering from A Recycle Pond with Landfill Placement
2019PostersOmar Amer, Prasad RangarajuEvaluation of Coal Ash as a Supplementary Cementitious Material for Application in Full- Depth Reclamation of Asphalt Pavements.
2019PostersWebert Silva, Suelly Barroso, Antonio CabralEvaluation of the Application of Bottom Ashes from Thermoelectric in Concrete Blocks for Pavements
2019PostersEtienne Nkongolo, Vinny Katambwe, Rosicky Kalombe, John Kevern, Tunde Ojumu, Leslie PetrikPassive treatment of acid mine drainage using South African coal fly ash, column leaching study
2019PostersAna Santos, Charlotte Badenhorst, Barbara Bialecka, Joanna Calus-Moszko, Mihai Cruceru, Alexandra Guedes, Renato Guimaraes, Juan Lazaro-Martinez, KareRecovery of carbonaceous solid residue (char) from coal ash to use as possible substitute graphite-based materials in green energy applications
2019PostersHyo Kim, Cheol-Woo Park, Jun-Seong ParkSynthesis of Coal Bottom Ash (CBA)-based Geopolymer with Microwave Energy Appended to Conventional Dry-Oven Curing process
2019PostersAllen BullockThe Future of Geomembrane Installation: Utilizing Smart Technology & Data Acquisition To Enhance Installation Standards, Project QC/QA and Reporting
2019PostersStephanie Lein, Matthew Miller, DeAnna AungstTop 10 Mistakes in Environmental Data Management
2019Project-Specific Case Studies IVinny Katambwe, Rosicky Kalombe, Michael Nzadi, Denzil Bent, George Nieuwouldt, Natasha Misheer, Kelley Reynolds-Clausen, John Kevern, Tunde Ojumu, LeDemonstration of 1000 L jet loop pilot plant reactor in the treatment of acid mine water using South African coal fly ash
2019Project-Specific Case Studies IAl Briggs, Mark Keck, Yajie Guo, Ron Froh, Jay ClaytonSustainable Closure of Fly Ash Impoundments
2019Project-Specific Case Studies IMonte MarkleyThe Basics of Deep Well Injection as a Leachate Disposal Option – Technical, Economic and Regulatory Considerations
2019Project-Specific Case Studies IIDavid LodewyckCase Study – Cyclone Boiler SFC
2019Project-Specific Case Studies IIIPaul LearThe Use of In-Situ Stabilization to Provide a Stable Platform on Saturated Coal Ash - Implications for CCR Closure Activities
2019Project-Specific Case Studies IIIChristopher Jones, Robert Fuller, James MullinsWidows Creek CCR Facility Closures Lessons Learned
2019Project-Specific Case Studies IVAlan Rauch, Michael Steele, Kirk Jenkins, Jim AndrewMonitoring Stability While Stacking Fly Ash During the Kingston Recovery Project
2019Rare Earth Elements IChaoyang Huang, Nishil Mohammad, Young ChoiAnalytical Determination of REEs in Coal Fly Ash and its Application in Two REE Recovery Processes: Aqueous Leaching and Plasma Arc Gasification
2019Rare Earth Elements IRyan Smith, Ross Taggart, James Hower, Mark Wiesner, Heileen Hsu-KimComparison of Liquid Membrane-Based Separations for Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Coal Fly Ash Leachates
2019Regulatory Issues IChristine HarrisAre we there yet? What does compliance with the CCR rule really mean?
2019Regulatory Issues IKelly AitaLessons Learned and Considerations for Dry Bottom Ash Conversion Projects
2019Regulatory Issues IAri LewisRegional Screening Levels for the Appendix IV Constituents without Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs): Looking Under the Hood
2019Regulatory Issues IIMatt HuddlestonCoal Ash Constituents in Groundwater and Regulation Under the Clean Water Act
2019Regulatory Issues IIAri Lewis, Andrew BittnerRisk-based Considerations for Establishing Alternative Groundwater Standards at Coal Combustion Product Sites
2019Regulatory Issues IIIDavid WeakleyAsh Transport Water: Interpretation of the ELG Rule
2019Regulatory Issues IIIChristine Harris, Katie Hatfield-EdstromAssessment of Corrective Measures – Public Engagement and Strategic Communication Considerations
2019Regulatory Issues IIITim VerslyckeEvaluating Ecological Damages Associated with Coal Ash
2019Regulatory Issues IIIStephanie Lein, Matthew Miller, DeAnna AungstWhy Data Needs Management: Why Software Isn’t Enough