Coal Combustion Products Program

Completed Projects

2010

American Electric Power: Use of Geotextiles for Drainage Systems in CCB Landfills, December 2007 – December 2010

2009

First Energy, Laboratory Testing of Petcoke Ash/Aggregate as a Pavement Base Material, August 2006 - September 2009

Ohio Coal Development Office and 15 federal and state agencies, utilities, and trade groups: FGD By-Products Utilization at Ohio Coal Mine Sites: Past, Present, and Future, March 2008 – June 2009

OSU Institute for Energy and the Environment: Establishment of By-Product Synergy Networks in Ohio, June 2008 – January 2009

Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, Warren & Delaware County Engineer’s Office, Base Construction: Use of Lime-Activated High-Carbon Fly Ash in Full Depth Reclamation of Asphalt Pavements, January 2006 – May 2009

Ohio Air Quality Development Authority and 10 Industrial Partners: Coal Combustion Products Extension Program, January 2006 – May 2009

2008

American Electric Power Measurements of Stress-Strain Response of Rocks Under Uniaxial Compression, September 2008 – October 2008

2007

American Electric Power: Consolidation Characteristics of Saturated Class F Fly Ash – Phase I, March 2006 – December 2007

American Electric Power, Effect of Gypsum Leachate on the Hydraulic Conductivity and Swelling of GCL Materials, February 2006 – July 2007

United States Department of Energy’s Combustion By-products Recycling Consortium, Mechanistic Design of Pavements Constructed of Coal Combustion Products, September 2002 – March 2007

2006

Buchanan Ingersoll, P.C.: Geotechnical Characterization of Coal Combustion Byproduct Fills, March 2003 – September 2006

2005

American Electric Power: Liquefaction Potential of Impounded Fly Ash – Phase I, July 2005 – October 2005

Ohio Coal Development Office: Full-Scale Testing of Coal Combustion Product Pavement Sections Subjected to Repeated Wheel Loads, December 2001 – December 2005

Ohio Coal Development Office: Demonstration of Ohio State Carbon Ash Reactivation (OSCAR) Process & Environmental Characterization, March 2000 – June 2005

United States Department of Energy, United States Department of Agriculture, American Electric Power, Dravo Lime Company, Ohio Coal Development Office, American Coal Ash Association: Coal Combustion Products Extension Program, October 2000 – September 2005

2004

American Electric Power: Stress-Strain Response of Rocks Subjected to Uniaxial Compressive Loading, June 2004 – August 2004

American Electric Power Company: Shear Strength Evaluation of Stabilized Flue Gas Desulfurization Materials, October 2003 – March 2004

USDOE/Combustion Byproducts Recycling Consortium, Ohio Coal Development Office: Use of Clean Coal Technology Products in the Construction of Low Permeability Liners, February 2000 – December 2004

2003

Applied Sciences Inc.: Fly Ash Enhanced Carbon Nanofiber Reinforced High Strength Cement, January 2001 – October 2003

Applied Sciences Inc.: Unconfined Compressive Strength Characteristics of Fly Ash Enhanced Carbon Nanofiber Reinforced Macro Defect Free Cement, July 2003 – October 2003

2002

Medical College of Ohio: Chemical and Engineering Characterization and Use of Coal Combustion Products Generated from Rapid Absorption Process, December 2000 – September 2002

Pepper Hamilton, LLP: Laboratory Program to Monitor the Engineering Properties of Dry CCBs, April 1999 – June 2002

2001

City of Hamilton: Characterization and Use of Coal Combustion Products, June 1999 – September 2001

2000

US Department of Energy, American Electric Power, FirstEnergy, Cinergy, Dravo Lime Company, Ohio Coal Development Office, American Coal Ash Association, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Ohio Dairy Farmers Association and Ohio Cattlemen’s Association: Bringing Coal Combustion Products into the Marketplace, January 1998 – December 2000

Ohio Coal Development Office, American Electric Power, ODNR, Dravo Lime Company, & Others: Re-Use of Clean Coal Technology By-Products in the Construction of Impervious Liners, October 1996 – December 2000

1998

American Electric Power Company: Injection of FGD Grout to Abate Acid Mine Drainage in Underground Coal Mines, November 1996 - November 1998

1997

Mintek Resources Inc.: Evaluation of Hydraulic Conductivity of Stabilized FGD Using Lime Alternatives, September 1997 – December 1997