burnability


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Noun1.burnability - the quality of being capable of igniting and burning
flammability, inflammability - the quality of being easily ignited and burning rapidly
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
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Metals continue to be important materials for construction, for example, studies of iron ore tailings (IOT) as raw material for manufacturing of Portland cement clinker, where the results showed that the raw meal containing IOT had higher reactivity and burnability than the raw meal containing clay, and the use of IOT did not affect the formation of characteristic mineralogical phases of Portland cement clinker, or studies concerned about physicochemical properties of concrete containing iron ore tailings in order to solve the shortage of natural sand and make full use of industrial waste.
The alternative names in different languages refer to the burnability (combustibility) of the shale (in Estonian polevkivi, in Russian gorjutchii slanets, in German Brennschiefer).
In addition to BNSF testing for dust mitigation, safety, corrosion and performance, Soil-Sement has been tested and verified by Simpson Weather Associates Laboratory (for weatherability) and Southern Company (for burnability).