Publication detail

Optimalization of internal arrangement and properties of brick fitting with filled hollows by waste polyester fibrous material

Original Title

Optimalization of internal arrangement and properties of brick fitting with filled hollows by waste polyester fibrous material

Czech Title

Optimalization of internal arrangement and properties of brick fitting with filled hollows by waste polyester fibrous material

Language

cs

Original Abstract

The tightening of legislative requirements for thermal protection of buildings also supports the development in the field of traditional building materials, including fired ceramics. The way to improve the thermal insulation properties of modern brick fittings passes through a maximum reduction of bulk density. For maintaining sufficient mechanical strength is required an optimal mass distribution over the cross section of fitting. However the current knowledge shows that even optimized shape is not enough to meet the thermal insulating properties of masonry structures in low-energy and passive standard. Therefore, it appears advantageous to fill the hollows of fitting by thermal insulating material. This study presents results of the finite elements method based computational optimization of the shape and internal arrangement of brick fitting with filled hollows by using different kinds of commonly used thermal insulating materials and with newly developed material made from waste polyester fibers.

Czech abstract

The tightening of legislative requirements for thermal protection of buildings also supports the development in the field of traditional building materials, including fired ceramics. The way to improve the thermal insulation properties of modern brick fittings passes through a maximum reduction of bulk density. For maintaining sufficient mechanical strength is required an optimal mass distribution over the cross section of fitting. However the current knowledge shows that even optimized shape is not enough to meet the thermal insulating properties of masonry structures in low-energy and passive standard. Therefore, it appears advantageous to fill the hollows of fitting by thermal insulating material. This study presents results of the finite elements method based computational optimization of the shape and internal arrangement of brick fitting with filled hollows by using different kinds of commonly used thermal insulating materials and with newly developed material made from waste polyester fibers.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT109520,
  author="Pavel {Břicháček} and Stanislav {Šťastník} and Svatava {Henková} and Václav {Venkrbec}",
  title="Optimalization of internal arrangement and properties of brick fitting with filled hollows by waste polyester fibrous material",
  annote="The tightening of legislative requirements for thermal protection of buildings also supports the development in the field of traditional building materials, including fired ceramics. The way to improve the thermal insulation properties of modern brick fittings passes through a maximum reduction of bulk density. For maintaining sufficient mechanical strength is required an optimal mass distribution over the cross section of fitting. However the current knowledge shows that even optimized shape is not enough to meet the thermal insulating properties of masonry structures in low-energy and passive standard. Therefore, it appears advantageous to fill the hollows of fitting by thermal insulating material. This study presents results of the finite elements method based computational optimization of the shape and internal arrangement of brick fitting with filled hollows by using different kinds of commonly used thermal insulating materials and with newly developed material made from waste polyester fibers.",
  address="STU",
  booktitle="Construction Technology and Management CTM 2014",
  chapter="109520",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="STU",
  year="2014",
  month="september",
  pages="90--97",
  publisher="STU",
  type="conference paper"
}