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Title:Sediment Handling Demonstration at Lacon, Illinois Using Concrete Pump and Conveyer Trucks
Author(s):Marlin, John C.
Contributor(s):Illinois Waste Management and Research Center
Subject(s):WMRC reports
Sedimentation and deposition -- Illinois -- Illinois River
Sediments -- Illinois -- Illinois River
Beneficial use of sediment
Abstract:Sediment excavated from an Illinois River backwater with a clamshell bucket was stockpiled on a field. The following day it loaded into concrete handling trucks. A concrete pump and placing boom had little difficulty handling the material. A telescoping conveyor also handled the material with little difficulty. The sediment stayed on the belts and negotiated the transfer point. The belt cleaners performed well. Minor problems, such as bridging in hoppers and splatter at some fittings designed for concrete, can be addressed with some operational or other changes. The pumps, booms, belts and scrapers satisfactorily handled this material.
Issue Date:2003
Publisher:Illinois Waste Management and Research Center
Series/Report:TR Series (Waste Management and Research Center) ; TR-036
Mud to Parks Project
Genre:Technical Report
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/2047
Sponsor:Illinois River Ecosystem Restoration project authorized in Section 519 of the Water Resources Development Act of 2000, administered by the Rock District of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. This is the first of three reports under contract DACW25-02-M-0373.
Date Available in IDEALS:2007-09-08


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