Rikard Ylmén

Forskare at Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry

Dr. Rikard Ylmén's research focuses on recovery of phosphate from waste water. Liquid-liquid extraction is the main method used in the project to separate the phosphate from the water. Recovery of phosphate is important as it is a main component of fertilizers and the mineral deposits in the world are limited. Phospate should also not be emitted to natural waters as it contributes to eutrophication.

Source: chalmers.se



Återvinning av cement från betong

Rikard Ylmén Environmental Inorganic Chemistry
ÅForsk (Ångpanneföreningens Foundation for Research and Development)

There might be more projects where Rikard Ylmén participates, but you have to be logged in as a Chalmers employee to see them.



Crystal structure of radium sulfate: An X-ray powder diffraction and density functional theory study

Artem Matyskin, Rikard Ylmén, Petra Lagerkvist et al
Journal of Solid State Chemistry. Vol. 253, p. 15-20
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Monitoring Early Hydration of Cement by Ex Situ and In Situ ATR-FTIR – a Comparative Study

Rikard Ylmén, Ulf Jäglid, Itai Panas et al
Journal of The American Ceramic Society. Vol. 97 (11), p. 3669-3675
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Carbonation of Portland Cement Studied by Diffuse Reflection Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy

Rikard Ylmén, Ulf Jäglid,
International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials. Vol. 7 (2), p. 119-125
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Early Hydration of Portland Cement

Rikard Ylmén,
Doctoral thesis

Morphological and chemical characterization of tooth enamel exposed to alkaline agents

Fabian Taube, Rikard Ylmén, A. Shchukarev et al
Journal of Dentistry. Vol. 38 (1), p. 72-81
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Insights into early hydration of Portland limestone cement from infrared spectroscopy and isothermal calorimetry

Rikard Ylmén, Lars Wadsö, Itai Panas et al
Cement and Concrete Research. Vol. 40 (10), p. 1541-1546
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

Early hydration and setting of Portland cement monitored by IR, SEM and Vicat techniques

Rikard Ylmén, U. Jaglid, Britt-Marie Steenari et al
Cement and Concrete Research. Vol. 39 (5), p. 433-439
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed

DR-FTIR method for the study of early hydration of cement

Rikard Ylmén, Kristian Larsson, Ulf Jäglid et al
Conference Proceedings for “SCC 2008: Challenges and Barriers to Application
Conference paper - peer reviewed