LEAF

Cement-based Materials

“The Impact of Coal Combustion Fly Ash Used as a Supplemental Cementitious Material on the Leaching of Constituents from Cements and Concretes” H.A. van der Sloot, D.S. Kosson, A.C. Garrabrants and J. Arnold, EPA/600/R-12/704, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air Pollution and Control Division, October 2012.

“Leaching Processes and Evaluation Tests for Inorganic Constituents Release from Cement-based Matrices”
A.C. Garrabrants and D.S. Kosson. Book section in Stabilization and Solidification of Hazardous, Radioactive and Mixed Wastes, R. Spence and C. Shi (eds), CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp 229-280, 2005.

“A Predictive Approach for Long-term Performance of Recycled Materials using Accelerated Aging,”
T.T. Eighmy, R.A. Cook, D.L. Gress, A. Coviello, J.M. Spear, K. Hover, R. Pinto, S. Hobbs, D.S. Kosson, F. Sanchez, H.A. van der Sloot, and C. Korhonen. Volume I: Main Report and Volume II: Data Appendices, FHWA-RD-01-022, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, 396 pp., 2001. Available for purchase at www.ntis.gov using product code PB2001-107671.

“Leaching of Inorganic Contaminants from Cement-based Waste Materials as a Result of Carbonation during Intermittent Wetting” F. Sanchez, C. Gervais, A. C. Garrabrants, R. Barna, and D. S. Kosson, Waste Management, 22(2), 249-260, 2002. abstract

“The Effect of Storage in an Inert Atmosphere on the Release of Inorganic Constituents during Intermittent Wetting of a Cement-based Material” A. C. Garrabrants, F. Sanchez, C. Gervais, P. Moszkowicz, and D. S. Kosson, Journal of Hazardous Materials, B91, 159-185, 2002. abstract