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AuthorTitleSessionYear
Abel, Alexander S. P.Rapid Batch Characterization of Coal Utilization By-ProductsChemistry 42005
Acevedo, Loreto Improved Performance of Soils Stabilized with FBC AshAggregates/Geotechnology III2009
Aceves, Andrew B.The Use of Non-Commercial Fly Ash in Roller Compacted Concrete StructuresCement and Concrete VI2011
Acosta, D. AnselmoProduction of Lightweight Aggregates from Coal Gasification Fly Ash and SlagAggregates 22005
Adams, Joby L.Use of Sulfur Isotopes to Monitor Dissolved Sulfate Derived from a Fly Ash Emplacement Site, North-Central ColoradoMine Reclamation 22005
Adams, S. MarshallEffects of the Kingston Ash Release on Fish Reproduction and Larval FishKingston I - Ecological Investigations2013
Adams, Thomas H.CCPs in a New Regulatory EraRegulations I2013
Adeleke, Ekundayo Use of Fly Ash as Soil Amendment for Biofuel Feedstock Production with Concomitant Disposal of Waste AccumulationsPosters2013
Adkins, Marvin KentStrategic Planning for Siting Coal Combustion Residual Disposal FacilitiesPonds & Landfills I2013
Aeiker, Dusty Beneficial Use of CCBs to Develop an Optimal Mix for Pervious ConcretePosters2011
Affolter, Ronald H.Characterization of Feed Coal and Coal Combustion Products in a Power Plant Utilizing Northern Appalachian Basin Coal: A Mass Balance ApproachChemistry/Mineralogy I2009
Affolter, Ronald H.Chemical variation of feed coal and coal combustion products from an Indiana power plant utilizing low sulfur Powder River Basin coalPosters1999
Affolter, Ronald H.Dispersed volcanic ash in feed coal and its influence on coal combustion productsPosters1999
Aguiar, Jose BarrosoDurability of Low Cost High Performance Fly Ash ConcreteConcrete 22003
Ahn, Ji-Whan Adsorption Behavior of Heavy Metals on NaP1 Zeolite Synthesized from Coal Bottom AshPosters2009
Ahn, Ji-Whan Characteristic of Magnetic-Substance Classification from Coal Bottom Ash using Wet Magnetic SeparatorAggregates/Geotechnology V2009
Ahn, Ji-Whan Manufacture of Cementitious Materials with Coal Combustion Bottom Ash and FGD gypsumCement and Concrete IV2009
Aiken, Jane T.Regulatory implications low pH coal combustion products Australian perspectiveUtilization III2013
Aineto, Monica Production of Lightweight Aggregates from Coal Gasification Fly Ash and SlagAggregates 22005
Ajlouni, Mohammad A.Monitored Preload Fill Over an Inactive Fly Ash ReservoirPonds I2013
Ajlouni, Mohammad A.Geotechnical Design Considerations for Landfill Construction Over an Ash PondMining/Reclamation III2009
Ajlouni, Mohammad A.The Consolidation Characteristics of Impounded Class F Fly Ash – A Case HistoryAsh Facility Management I2007
Alam, Shaurav Design, Fabrication and Testing of a Full-Scale Geopolymer Concrete Median BarrierCement & Concrete V2013
Alastuey, Andres Immobilization of Heavy Metals in Polluted Soils by the Addition of Zeolitic Material Synthesized from Coal Fly Ash.Environmental Benefits I2001
Alastuey, Andres Extraction of major soluble impurities from fly ash in open and closed leaching systemsChemistry and Mineralogy1999
Alastuey, Andres Synthesis of zeolites from fly ash in a pilot plant scale: examples of potential environmental applicationsChemistry and Mineralogy1999
Alberca, Luis Waste Stabilization/Solidification (S/S) Using Fly Ash-Based Geopolymers. Influence of Carbonation on the S/S of an EAF DustPosters2009
Albright, Amy Effects of Acid Mine Drainage on CCP Grout: A Bench-Scale Weathering ExperimentPosters2007
Alexopoulos, Dimitrios Mine wastewater treatment by highly calcareous and siliceous fly ash: a comparative studyEnvironmental I2013
Alhassan, Mohammad A.Sustainable Fly Ash Bridge Deck Concrete OverlayCement and Concrete VI2011
Al-Hawaree, Mohamad Project Considerations for New Coal Ash LandfillsPonds III2013
Al-Hawaree, Mohamad Utilizing Cut-Off Walls for Groundwater Remediation Issues associated with Coal Ash LandfillsPonds V2013
Allen, Arthur L.FGD Gypsum Filters Remove Soluble Phosphorus from Agricultural Drainage WatersEnvironment VI2011
Alliman, Corinne Occurrence and Distribution of Valuable Metals in Fly Ash from Puertollano IGCC Power Plant, SpainChemistry and Mineralogy I2001
Allouche, Erez N.Design, Fabrication and Testing of a Full-Scale Geopolymer Concrete Median BarrierCement & Concrete V2013
Allouche, Erez N.Effect of Accerlerated Sulfate Attack in Geopolymer ConcreteCement & Concrete III2013
Allouche, Erez N.Examination of Precursors in Fly Ash for Development of an Engineered Geopolymer ConcreteCement & Concrete II2013
Allouche, Erez N.Statistical Software to improve the accuracy of geopolymer concrete mix design and proportioningCement & Concrete VI2013
Allouche, Erez N.Effect of Alkali Silica Reaction (ASR) in Geopolymer ConcreteCement and Concrete IV2011
Allouche, Erez N.Experimental Evaluation of Self-Cure Geopolymer Concrete for Mass Pour ApplicationsCement and Concrete IV2011
Allouche, Erez N.Toxicity Mitigation and Solidification of Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Fly Ash Using Alkaline Activated Coal AshEnvironment VII2011
Allouche, Erez N.Evaluation of Class ‘C’ and Class ‘F’ Fly Ash as Precursors for a Corrosion Resistant Geopolymer CoatingNew Products III2009
Allouche, Erez N.Evaluation of Fly Ash Stockpiles as Potential Source Material for Geopolymer ConcreteCement and Concrete II2009
Al-Masud, Mir Design, Fabrication and Testing of a Full-Scale Geopolymer Concrete Median BarrierCement & Concrete V2013
Alowitz, Michael CCP Groundwater Monitoring – Importance of Groundwater Redox ConditionsEnvironment VI2011
Altermann, Wladyslaw The Injection of Fly Ash Slurries in Deep Geological Reservoirs for Improved Reservoir Integrity and Safe CO2 SequestrationPosters2011
Altman, Ralph Technology development for carbon-ash beneficiation by pneumatic transport, triboelectric processingProcessing1999
Alvarez, Diego Multicomponent Utilization of Fly Ash: Dream or RealityBeneficiation I2001
Alvarez, Esther Differential Partitioning and Speciation of Hg in Wet FGD Facilities of PCC Power PlantsFGD2009
Alvarez, Esther Fate of Trace Pollutants in PCC-FGD Power PlantsChemistry/Mineralogy II2009
Amaya, Andrew The Use of Bottom Ash in the Design of DamsAggregates/Geotechnology II2007
Amaya, Pedro J.Challenges of Closing Large Fly Ash PondsPonds IV2013
Amaya, Pedro J.Evaluation of Liquefaction Potential at Fly Ash Storage ReservoirsLiquefaction II2013
Amaya, Pedro J.Liquefaction Potential of Impounded Class F Fly AshLiquefaction I2013
Amaya, Pedro J.Use of Instrumented Test Fill to Assess Static Liquefaction of Impounded Fly AshLiquefaction I2013
Amaya, Pedro J.Geotechnical Design Considerations for Landfill Construction Over an Ash PondMining/Reclamation III2009
Amaya, Pedro J.Evaluation of Liquefaction Potential of Impounded Fly AshEnvironmental III2007
Amaya, Pedro J.The Use of Bottom Ash in the Design of DamsAggregates/Geotechnology II2007
Amini, Farshad Geotechnical Properties of Fly Ash and Soil Mixtures for Use in Highway EmbankmentsAggregates III2011
Amonette, James E.Leaching of Mixtures of Biochar and Fly AshEnvironmental III2009
Amonette, James E.Potential for Metal Leaching and Toxicity from Fly Ash Applied for Increasing Carbon Sequestration in SoilAgriculture 42005
Amonette, James E.Enhancement of Soil Carbon Sequestration by Amendment with Fly AshCUBs and Sustainable Development2003
Anagnostakis, Marios Coal Fly-Ash Utilisation in GreecePosters2005
Anagnostakis, Marios Utilisation of Biomass Co-combustion Residues Coming from Pulverised Coal BoilersPosters2005
Anantharaman, Sudheen Modeling of Sulfate Resistance of Flyash Blended Cement Concrete MaterialsCement and Concrete I2007
Anastasiou, Eleftherios Development of Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) by Using High Volume of Calcareous Fly AshCement and Concrete II2011
Anastasiou, Eleftherios An Investigation of the Behaviour of Raw Calcareous Fly Ash in Mortar MixturesCement and Concrete II2009
Anderson, M. High Carbon Pulverized Fuel Ash as a Fuel Additive in Clay BricksAggregates/Geotechnology IV2009
Andreatta, Francesco Electrochemical Behaviour of Aluminum - Fly Ash Composites Produced by Powder Metallurgy TechniquePosters2011
Andres, Jose ManuelZeolitisation of coal fly ashes using microwaves. Process optimisationPosters1999
Andresen, John M.Use of unburned carbon in fly ash as precursor for the development of activated carbonsNew Products1999
Anshits, Alexandre G.Ferrospheres from Fly Ashes: Composition and Catalytic Properties in High-Temperature Oxidation of MethaneNew Products V2011
Anshits, Alexandre G.Fly Ash Cenospheres: Composition, Morphology, Structure, and Helium PermeabilityNew Products V2011
Anshits, Alexandre G.High-Calcium Fly Ashes of Selective Sampling and Products of Their Aerodynamic SeparationPosters2011
Anshits, Natalia N.Ferrospheres from Fly Ashes: Composition and Catalytic Properties in High-Temperature Oxidation of MethaneNew Products V2011
Anshits, Natalia N.Fly Ash Cenospheres: Composition, Morphology, Structure, and Helium PermeabilityNew Products V2011
Antenucci, Diano Influence Of Curing Conditions on Geopolymer LeachingEnvironmental IV2009
Antenucci, Diano Immobilization of a metallurgical waste using fly ash-based geopolymersPosters2007
Anthony, Edward J.Reactivation of Partially Sulphated CFBC Ash and Limestone with Steam and Liquid WaterPosters2007
Anthony, Edward J.CFBC Ash Hydration StudiesFGD 12003
Anthony, Edward J.Hydration of combustion ashes - a chemical and physical studyConcrete and Cement1999
Aparicio, Hugo R.Instrumentation and Monitoring Program TVA Coal Combustion By-Product Storage FacilitiesPonds III2013
Aparicio, Hugo R.Dewatering a Dry Fly Ash Stack The Piggyback Part 1Environment VIII2011
Archer, Christine Comparison of Risks for Leachate from Coal Combustion Product Landfills and Impoundments with Risks for Leachate from Municipal Solid Waste Landfill FacilitiesPonds III2011
Archer, Christine PAHs and Dioxins Not Present in Fly Ash at Levels of ConcernPosters2009
Arenas, Luis F. VilchesApplication of Zeolitized Coal Fly Ashes to the Depuration of Liquid WastesEnvironment 42003
Arenas, Luis F. VilchesInfluence of the Type of Ash on the Insulating Capacity of Fly Ash Mortars Used for Passive Protection against FirePosters2003
Arenas, Luis F. VilchesProduction of Plates Based on Coal Fly Ash for Their Use as Insulating Materials in Doors and Fire Break WallsNew Products I2001
Arenas, Luis F. VilchesUse of Coal Fly Ash in a Sprayed Mortar for the Passive Protection against Fire of Metallic StructuresPosters2001
Arivazhagan, Kandasamy Effect 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., IndiaAgriculture II2011
Arjunan, Periaswamy Chemical Activation of Low Calcium Fly Ash Part 1: Identification of Suitable Activators and their DosageConstruction Products II2001
Arjunan, Periaswamy Chemical Activation of Low Calcium Fly Ash Part II: Effect of Mineralogical Composition on Alkali ActivationConstruction Products III2001
Armstrong, Kevin CCP Groundwater Monitoring – Importance of Groundwater Redox ConditionsEnvironment VI2011
Arroyo, Fátima Industrial Equipment Design for the Recovery of Germanium from Coal Fly Ash Leachates by Solvent ExtractionPosters2011
Arroyo, Fátima Germanium and Gallium Extraction from Gasification Fly Ash: Optimisation for the Up-Scaling of a Recovery ProcessPosters2009
Arroyo, Fátima Recovery of Germanium from Coal Fly Ash Leachate by PrecipitationPosters2009
Ashur, Suleiman A.Sustainable Fly Ash Bridge Deck Concrete OverlayCement and Concrete VI2011
Atadero, Rebecca Optimization of Fly Ash in Concrete: High Lime Fly Ash as a Replacement for Cement and Filler MaterialCement and Concrete IV2009
Atanasova, Maria The Injection of Fly Ash Slurries in Deep Geological Reservoirs for Improved Reservoir Integrity and Safe CO2 SequestrationPosters2011
Athanassopoulos, Chris Geosynthetic Clay Liners in Coal Combustion Residual Containment ApplicationsEnvironment VIII2011
Avetisyan, Hakob G.Life Cycle Cost Minimization for Cement Production under Various ConstraintsCement and Concrete VII2009
Ayers, M. R.Impermeable Liner/Synthetic Turf Closures for LandfillsEnvironment III2011
Ayora, Carlos Removal of Selenium from FGD water streams by a nonconventional adsorbent by-productFGD I2013
Ayora, Carlos Enrichment and Speciation of Elements in Re-circulated Waters from Desulphurisation at Two Spanish Power PlantsChemistry IV2011
Ayora, Carlos Fly Ash Zeolitization Products Applied to Waste Water and Flue Gas DecontaminationEnvironmental Benefits I2001
Ayora, Carlos Immobilization of Heavy Metals in Polluted Soils by the Addition of Zeolitic Material Synthesized from Coal Fly Ash.Environmental Benefits I2001
Ayora, Carlos Extraction of major soluble impurities from fly ash in open and closed leaching systemsChemistry and Mineralogy1999
Bachus, Robert C.Application of Asset Management Principles to CCP Storage ImpoundmentsPolicy I2009
Badoe, Daniel The Effects of Fly Ash and Portland Cement on Long Term Excavatability of Flowable FillConstruction Products II2001
Baker, Robert Spatial and Temporal Variations of Groundwater Chemistry Before and During Coal Mine Reclamation Using Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) MaterialsChemistry V2013
Baker, Robert FGD By-Product Utilization at Ohio Coal Mine Sites: Leaching Studies and Life Cycle AssessmentMining and Reclamation II2011
Baker, Robert Impacts of Reclamation and Remining on Watersheds of Pre-Law Legacy Coal MinesMining and Reclamation I2011
Baker, Robert Beneficial Use of FGD By-products in Mine Land ReclamationMining/Reclamation II2009
Baker, Tyler F.Effects of the Kingston Ash Release on Fish and Benthic Invertebrate AssemblagesKingston I - Ecological Investigations2013
Baker, Tyler F.Effects of the Kingston Ash Release on Fish Reproduction and Larval FishKingston I - Ecological Investigations2013
Baker, Tyler F.Fly Ash as a Potential Food Supplement? — Bioaccumulation in Critters Near the Kingston Ash SpillPosters2011
Baker, Tyler F.So What Does It Mean? What Ecological Effects Has the Kingston Ash Spill Caused?Posters2011
Baldwin, Mark The Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework as a Tool for Evaluating Release from Coal Combustion ResiduesEnvironment VI2011
Baligar, V. C.Benefits and constraints for use of FGD products on agricultural landForest/Soil Reclamation1999
Baligar, V. C.Renovation of acidic Appalachian soil with FGD gypsum and FBC residue: soil leachate evaluationPosters1999
Ban, Heng Technology development for carbon-ash beneficiation by pneumatic transport, triboelectric processingProcessing1999
Bandyopadhyay, Sri Correlation of Mechanical and Structural Properties of Fly ash Filled–isotactic Polypropylene CompositesNew Products IV2009
Banerji, Shankha Environmental Properties of Fly Ash BricksConstruction2009
Banerji, Shankha Test of Mercury Vapor Emission from Flyash BricksMercury I2007
Bannochie, C. J.Immobilization of Radioactive Waste in Fly Ash Based GeopolymersEnvironment V2011
Barnes, Zexia K.Trends in Elemental Leaching from Coal Combustion By-products from Two Stoker Boilers before and After Modernization of the Ash Handling SystemPosters2011
Barnett, Stephanie J.Strength Development of Concrete Containing Coal Fly Ash under Different Curing Temperature ConditionsPosters2009
Barnwell, William L.Ponded Bottom Ash, One Man’s TreasureBeneficiation I2001
Barr, Gretchen Fly Ash in Cement Kilns: Green Practices Leading to Emissions ReductionsCement and Concrete III2009
Barra, Marilda Use of Bottom Ash from Municipal Solid Waste Incineration as a Road MaterialConstruction Products III2001
Barrett, Timothy J.Reducing the Risk of Cracking in High Volume Fly Ash Concrete by Using Internal CuringCement and Concrete IV2011
Bartov, Gideon Methylmercury Contamination of River Sediments near the Coal Ash Spill at the Kingston Fossil Plant, TNPosters2011
Bassetti, Fulvio Post-combustion of carbon residues from biomass / RDF co-firing during dry ash removalCarbon I2013
Batmunkh, Narantuya Performance Evaluation of Coal Ash Concrete as Building Materials in MongoliaCement and Concrete VII2009
Baucom, Immanuel KyleCCP Landfill Leachate Generation and Leachate ManagementEnvironmental II2013
Beach, Nathan Improving Risk Assessments for Coal Combustion Residual Impoundment Dikles and DamsPonds & Landfills II2013
Beatty, William LeeTesting Mechanisms of Mercury Retention in FGD ProductsPosters2007
Bech, Nicolai Ash Quality in Europe - Primary and Secondary MeasuresCement and Concrete VII2011
Bech-x, Nicolai Coal Combustion Products in Europe - Development and Trends -Policy II2009
Beck, David P.Bottom Ash Use in Utility Joint Trench OperationBulk 32003
Beck, Michelle Reproduction in Aquatic and Terrestrial Wildlife Following Remediation of the TVA Coal Ash Spill in Kingston, TNKingston I - Ecological Investigations2013
Beck, Mike Geochemical Properties and Long-term Contaminant Release Patterns from CCPs in Acid-Forming Coal Refuse MaterialsEnvironmental III2009
Beck, Mike Removal of Nutrients from Stormwater Using CCPsEnvironmental I2009
Beck, Mike Leachate Chemistry of Mixtures of Fly Ash and Alkaline Coal RefuseChemistry & Mineralogy III2007
Beck, Mike Inter-laboratory Comparison of Leaching MethodsPosters2005
Becker, Zbigniew Registration for Safe Use of FBC Ash as a Chemical Substance within European REACH Regulation; Results and ProspectsPosters2011
Becker, Zbigniew Registration for Safe Use of SDA Product as a Chemical Substance within European REACH Regulation; Results and ProspectsPosters2011
Beckham, Tony L.Long-term performance of a highway subgrade stabilized with an atmospheric fluidized bed combustion materialDurability Issues/Ettringite1999
Beech, John (Jay) Case Study: Use of Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler Byproduct to Solidify Oily SludgeAggregates/Geotechnology III2009
Beeghly, Joel H.Dredge Material Stabilization Using the Pozzolanic or Sulfo-pozzolanic Reaction of Lime By-products to Make an Engineered Structural FillAggregates/Geotechnology II2009
Beeghly, Joel H.Reclamation of an Abandoned Surface Coal Mined Land Using a Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization ProductMining/Reclamation II2009
Beeghly, Joel H.Recent Experiences with Lime – Fly Ash Stabilization of Pavement Subgrade Soils, Base, and Recycled AsphaltBulk 22003
Behel, David TVA Research on Coal Combustion By-Products: Uses and Environmental ImpactsEnvironmental Benefits III2001
Belkin, Harvey E.Characterization of Feed Coal and Coal Combustion Products in a Power Plant Utilizing Northern Appalachian Basin Coal: A Mass Balance ApproachChemistry/Mineralogy I2009
Belz, Giulio Characteristics of Fly Ashes and Processing Conditions Affecting Carbon-Ash Separation under Pneumatic Transport, Triboelectric ProcessingUBC - Beneficiation of High-LOI Fly Ash - A.M.2005
Belz, Giulio Combustion Reactivity of Unburned Carbon in Coal Combustion Fly AshesUBC - Characterization of High-LOI Fly Ash2005
Bennett, Shannon Preparing for Closure of the John Sevier Fossil Plant: Re-routing of the Bottom Ash Pond Outfall Driven by NPDES RequirementsPonds III2013
Benoit, Eric Fly Ash-Carbon Effects on Concrete Air Entrainment: Fundamental Studies on Their Origin and Chemical MitigationCement or Concrete I2009
Benson, Craig Quantifying the Benefits of Flue Gas Desulfurization Gypsum in Sustainable Wallboard ProductionBeneficiation IV2011
Benson, Craig Properties of Pavement Geomaterials Stabilized with Fly AshAggregates/Geotechnology I2009
Benson, Craig Stabilization of FGD By-products by Using Fly Ash, Cement and SialiteConstruction2009
Benson, Craig Sustainable Construction Case History: Fly ash Stabilization of Road-Surface GravelAggregates/Geotechnology III2007
Benson, Steven Leachability of Arsenic and Selenium in Submicron Coal Fly AshChemistry II2011
Bentivegna, Anthony In-Boiler Beneficiation of Coal Combustion Products for Enhanced Cementitious ValueCement and Concrete V2011
Berger, Eric Use of Calcium Based Products to Stabilize Ponded Coal Combustion Products - Techniques and ResultsPonds V2013
Berger, Eric Use of Lime and Lime Kiln Dust to Stablize Ponded Coal - Techniques and ResultsCement and Concrete VI2009
Bergin, Mike The Environmental and Health Effects of the Coal Ash Spill at Kingston, Tennessee: Preliminary assessmentFGD2009
Bermejo, Pilar Industrial Equipment Design for the Recovery of Germanium from Coal Fly Ash Leachates by Solvent ExtractionPosters2011
Berry, Michael Identification and Verification of Self-Cementing Fly Ash Binders for "Green" ConcreteCement and Concrete II2011
Berry, Michael Changing the Environment: An Alternative “Green” Concrete Produced without Portland CementCement and Concrete III2009
Bertolino, Marco Transforming Bottom Ash into Fly Ash in Coal Fired Power StationsCement and Concrete II2009
Bhattacharyya, Sidhartha Chemical Fixation of Trace Elements in Coal Fly AshChemistry & Mineralogy II2007
Bhatty, Javed I.Commercial Demonstration of High-Carbon Fly Ash Technology in Cement ManufacturingConcrete 12003
Bhatty, Javed I.Conversion of Coal Prep-Wastes into Portland CementsNovel Applications 12003
Bickel, Stephen H.Risk Reduction at Ash Disposal Area No. 2 A Case Study TVA Johnsonville Fossil Plant New Johnsonville, Humphreys County, TennesseePonds II2011
Bigham, Jerry Reclamation of an Abandoned Surface Coal Mined Land Using a Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization ProductMining/Reclamation II2009
Bigham, Jerry Oxidation of FGD-CaSO3 and Effect on Soil Chemical Properties When Applied to the Soil SurfacePosters2007
Bigham, Jerry Increased Crop Yield and Economic Return and Improved Soil Quality Due to Land Application of FGD-GypsumPosters2005
Bingham, Matthew Quantifying the Costs of Subtitle C Regulation of Coal Combustion Residuals Using Site-Specific Data: Why Limitations in Publicly-Available Data Lead to Estimation ErrorEnvironment II2011
Bird, Jacqueline F.A review of OCDO's CCP initiatives: a program perspectiveInstitutional and Government Programs1999
Birdwell, Steven R.Stabilization of Dredge Spoils to Meet Environmental and Geotechnical Performance CriteriaBeneficiation III2011
Biswas, Debabrata Utilization of Silo Stored and Ponded Class C Fly Ash in Road BasesNovel Applications 12003
Bittner, James D.Separation Technologies' Automated Fly Ash Beneficiation Process selected for New Korean Power PlantBeneficiation I2013
Bittner, James D.Polish Chemical Plant Utilizes Separation Technologies’ Carbon Removal ProcessBeneficiation II2011
Bittner, James D.Fly Ash Carbon Separation and Ammonia Removal at Tampa Electric Big BendBeneficiation/Handling I2009
Bittner, James D.Triboelectrostatic Fly Ash Beneficiation: An Update on Separation Technologies’ International OperationsUBC - Beneficiation of High-LOI Fly Ash - P.M.2005
Bittner, James D.Removing Ammonia from Fly AshAmmonia2001
Bittner, James D.STI’s Six Years of Commercial Experience in Electrostatic Benefication of Fly AshBeneficiation I2001
Blackburn, Darryl Correlation of Mechanical and Structural Properties of Fly ash Filled–isotactic Polypropylene CompositesNew Products IV2009
Blackford, Mark Particulate Emissions from Combustion of a Coal+Tire BlendChemistry 12005
Blissett, Robert Can density based coal processing techniques be applied to fly ash benefication?Beneficiation II2013
Blondin, Jacques Hydration of combustion ashes - a chemical and physical studyConcrete and Cement1999
Bodine, Dan Geotechnical Design Considerations for Landfill Construction Over an Ash PondMining/Reclamation III2009
Bohler, Justin DavidApplication of Fly Ash in ASHphalt Concrete: from Challenges to OpportunitiesCement & Concrete VI2013
Bolea, Irene Fate of Mercury and Other Trace Elements in an Oxy Coal Combustion Pilot PlantChemistry III2011
Bolender, Justin L.Steam Electric Power Generating Facilities: Meeting Future Wastewater Treatment RequirementsEnvironmental III2013
Bollinger, Michael F.Closure of Unlined CCR Impoundments: Working with State and Federal Agencies to Develop a Mutually Acceptable SolutionEnvironment II2011
Bonakdar, Aboozar Modeling of Sulfate Resistance of Flyash Blended Cement Concrete MaterialsCement and Concrete I2007
Bond, James Low temperature plasma ashing of coal for quantitative mineral analysisChemistry V2013
Bong, Taeho Changes in Crushing and Granularity Characteristics of Bottom ash as Compaction EnergyPosters2013
Bong, Taeho The Creep Behavior of Bottom Ash by controlling size at Undrained conditionPosters2013
Booth, Andy P. P. G.Comparative Performance of Beneficiated Run-of-Station Fly Ash as CementCement and Concrete 32005
Borojovich, Eitan J.C.Fly Ash as a Potential Scrubber for Low Activity Radioactive WastesEnvironmental II2009
Borowski, Brian Concretes and Fly Ashes from a Full-Scale, Concrete-Friendly™ C-PAC™ Mercury Control TrialCement and Concrete VII2007
Borrego, Angeles G.Multicomponent Utilization of Fly Ash: Dream or RealityBeneficiation I2001
Bose, Salil FGD Gypsum Filters Remove Soluble Phosphorus from Agricultural Drainage WatersEnvironment VI2011
Botha, Francois Development of Wood-Substitute Composites from FGD Sulfite-Rich Scrubber Material and Waste Plastic Bottles While Taming Potential Mercury ReemissionNew Products I2009
Botha, Francois D.Commercialization of Fired Paving Bricks with Class F Fly Ash from Illinois Basin CoalsPosters2005
Botha, Francois D.Manufacturing Commercial Bricks with Illinois Coal Fly AshBulk 22003
Bowman, Frank Leachability of Arsenic and Selenium in Submicron Coal Fly AshChemistry II2011
Boxley, Chett Beneficiation and Utilization of Fly Ash Containing Mercury Impregnated Activated CarbonBeneficiation/Handling II2009
Bozok, Omer Use of Instrumented Test Fill to Assess Static Liquefaction of Impounded Fly AshLiquefaction I2013
Bradley, J. P.Clay formation during weathering of alkaline coal fly ashChemistry and Mineralogy1999
Bradley, Lisa J. N.Coal Ash Material Safety - A Health Risk-Based Evaluation of USGS Coal Ash Data from Five US Power PlantsChemistry IV - Toxicity2013
Bradley, Lisa J. N.Comparison of Risks for Leachate from Coal Combustion Product Landfills and Impoundments with Risks for Leachate from Municipal Solid Waste Landfill FacilitiesPonds III2011
Bradley, Lisa J. N.Is Coal Ash Toxic? - 2011 WOCA Plenary PODCASTKeynote2011
Bradley, Lisa J. N.Is Coal Ash Toxic? - 2011 WOCA Plenary PPTKeynote2011
Bradley, Lisa J. N.In Vivo Bioavailability of Arsenic in Coal Combustion By-productsPosters2009
Bradley, Lisa J. N.PAHs and Dioxins Not Present in Fly Ash at Levels of ConcernPosters2009
Bradshaw, Dale T.The Time Has Come to Mine and Refine Coal AshBeneficiation III2011
Bradshaw, Sabrina L.Quantifying the Benefits of Flue Gas Desulfurization Gypsum in Sustainable Wallboard ProductionBeneficiation IV2011
Branam, Tracy D.Weathering and Leaching Characteristics of a Fixated Scrubber Sludge Cap at an Abandoned Mine Site in Pike County, IndianaChemistry III2013
Branam, Tracy D.Trace element partitioning in ground water at an abandoned mine-land site reclaimed with coal combustion productsEnvironmental Aspects1999
Brandner, Edward D.A New Fly Ash Separator Combining Magnetic Forces with Air DragBeneficiation 22003
Brandwood, Roger Characterisation of Pulverised Fuel Ash Derived from Coal and Biomass Co-firing and their Utilisation into Value Added ProductsBeneficiation/Handling I2009
Breighner, Erica B.Reclaiming Western Maryland Abandoned Mines Using Coal Combustion By-ProductsPosters2009
Breland, Glen E.Evaluation of Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) False Positives for Arsenic and Trace Metals Analysis in Coal Ash and Coal Ash MediaEnvironment V2011
Brennan, Peter Northwich - grouting using 1,000,000 tonnes of conditioned PFA from Drax Power StationMining I2007
Brickett, Lynn A.Methods for Testing Trace Metal Mobility in Coal Fly Ash and FGD SolidsChemistry/Mineralogy I2009
Brickett, Lynn A.Concretes and Fly Ashes from a Full-Scale, Concrete-Friendly™ C-PAC™ Mercury Control TrialCement and Concrete VII2007
Brickett, Lynn A.Mercury Reduction Performance of Concrete-Friendly™ C-PAC™ SorbentMercury II2007
Brickett, Lynn A.Quantitation and Interpretation of Release of Mercury from Coal Utilization By-ProductsChemistry 2: Mercury2005
Brien, Josh The Utilization Potential of Anthracite CFBC Spent Bed Fly Ash as a Concrete AdditiveAggregates IV2011
Briggs, Christian Mercury Release from Soils Amended with Flue Gas Desulfurization SolidsEnvironment II2011
Brower, Stephen D.Development and Implementation of a Quality Assurance Program for the TVA Kingston Ash Recovery ProjectPonds II2011
Brown, Douglas N.Introduction of a Novel Approach - Beneficial Reuse of CCP's to Dramatically Reduce Landfill Airspace Construction CostsPonds I2011
Brown, Drusilla Optimization and economic evaluation of coal fly ash reuse in new synthetic lightweight aggregatesNew Products1999
Brown, S. A.The Effect of Ettringite Formation on Expansion Properties of Compacted Spray Dryer AshEnvironmental Benefits II2001
Brown, Steven D.Leaching of Mixtures of Biochar and Fly AshEnvironmental III2009
Brownfield, Isabelle K.Mode of Occurrence of Arsenic in Feed Coal and its Derivative Fly Ash, Black Warrior Basin, AlabamaChemistry and Mineralogy I2001
Brownfield, Isabelle K.Dispersed volcanic ash in feed coal and its influence on coal combustion productsPosters1999
Brownfield, Michael E.Chemical variation of feed coal and coal combustion products from an Indiana power plant utilizing low sulfur Powder River Basin coalPosters1999
Brownfield, Michael E.Dispersed volcanic ash in feed coal and its influence on coal combustion productsPosters1999
Brunet, Jean-Patrick L.Reactive Transport Modeling of FGD Gypsum Bed to Simulate Time Dependent Dissolution, Porosity Evolution, and Leachate CompositionPosters2013
Bryant, Mark M.Effect of Cenospheres on Flyash Brick PropertiesEmerging Technology II2007
Bryant, Mark M.Commercialization of Fired Paving Bricks with Class F Fly Ash from Illinois Basin CoalsPosters2005
Bryant, Ray B.FGD Gypsum Filters Remove Soluble Phosphorus from Agricultural Drainage WatersEnvironment VI2011
Buck, John K.Bottom Ash Fines as a Soil Amendment for Turfgrass and Site Closure – Laboratory and Mesocosm Studies at PPL Brunner Island and Montour Steam Electric StationAgriculture 32005
Buckley, Tera D.Analysis of How Carbon-Based Sorbents Will Impact Fly Ash Utilization and DisposalLOI/Beneficiation/Handling I2007
Buckley, Tera D.Current Status of Spray Dryer Absorber Material Characterization and UtilizationFGD I2007
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Nelson, Brian Concretes and Fly Ashes from a Full-Scale, Concrete-Friendly™ C-PAC™ Mercury Control TrialCement and Concrete VII2007
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Parapar, Jose Francisco ValeUse of Coal Fly Ash in a Sprayed Mortar for the Passive Protection against Fire of Metallic StructuresPosters2001
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Patel, Vinod Commercialization of Fired Paving Bricks with Class F Fly Ash from Illinois Basin CoalsPosters2005
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Pena, Mary L.Removal of Dyes from Aqueous Solution by Sorption with Coal Fly AshPosters2003
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Perrotta, Nick Evaluation of Liquefaction Potential at Fly Ash Storage ReservoirsLiquefaction II2013
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Perry, A. Elizabeth PAHs and Dioxins Not Present in Fly Ash at Levels of ConcernPosters2009
Peters, Stan Class C Mixtures as Alternates to Portland-cement-based Foundation ConcreteCement and Concrete VI2011
Peters, Stan Foamed Flash-Fill to Mitigate Frost Heaving of Street Repair PatchesAggregates I2011
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Peterson, J. R.Use of Coal Combustion By-Products to Reduce Soil ErosionPosters2001
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Petrik, Leslie F.Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage with Fly Ash: Removal of Major, Minor Elements, SO4 and Utilization of the Solid Residues for Wastewater TreatmentPosters2005
Petrik, Leslie F.Utilization of South African Fly Ash to Treat Acid Coal Mine Drainage, and Production of High Quality Zeolites from the Residual SolidsEnvironment 32003
Petropoulos, Nikos Utilisation of Biomass Co-combustion Residues Coming from Pulverised Coal BoilersPosters2005
Pettigrew, Harold Use of Fly Ash as Soil Amendment for Biofuel Feedstock Production with Concomitant Disposal of Waste AccumulationsPosters2013
Petzrick - x, Paul Maryland’s Research of Beneficial Uses of Coal Combustion By-ProductsPosters2011
Petzrick - x, Paul Coal Combustion By-Product Tools and Mine Pools: Environmental and Geotechnical Engineering Comments from MarylandMining/Reclamation I2009
Petzrick - x, Paul The Use of Coal Combustion Products by Local Watershed Groups to Seal Stream Loss Zones in Karst TopographyEnvironmental I2009
Petzrick - x, Paul Use of a CCB Grout Barrier to Reduce the Formation of Acid Mine Drainage: The Siege of Acre Project, Kempton, MarylandEnvironmental II2009
Petzrick - x, Paul Cost Optimization for Mine Void Stabilization Projects: A Deep Mine Case StudyMining I2007
Petzrick - x, Paul Effects of Acid Mine Drainage on CCP Grout: A Bench-Scale Weathering ExperimentPosters2007
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Petzrick, Paul A.Commercial Use of CCBs: Changes, Challenges, and OpportunitiesPosters2013
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Petzrick, Paul A.The Use of Power Plant Combustion Products in MarylandMining I2001
Petzrick, Paul A.An evaluation of free-lime containing by-products to produce CCB grouts for use in AMD abatementPosters1999
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Pflughoeft-Hassett, Debra F.Historical Perspective of Coal Ash Marketing and Promotion in the USAPolicy 12005
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Pflughoeft-Hassett, Debra F.Leaching of Selected Constituents from Ammoniated Fly Ash from a Coal-Fired Power PlantHydrology/Leaching 12003
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Phillips - x, Benjamin Embankment Load Tests on an Active Ash BasinAsh Facility Management II2007
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Phillips, Jason Lean, Green and Mean (LGM) ConcreteCement and Concrete III2009
Pietraszkiewicz, W. Fly Ash as Carrier of Catalysts in the Claus ProcessNew Products II2001
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Pikulin, Igor V.Functional Materials on the Basis of CenospheresPosters2005
Pikulin, Igor V.Technical Monitoring of Microspheres from Fly Ashes of Electric Power Stations in the Russian FederationNew Products 32005
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