Publication detail

Development of thermal insulation composite material from recycled polymer and recycled glass

PĚNČÍK, J. MATĚJKA, L. KALUŽOVÁ, A. MATĚJKA, L. DOSTÁLOVÁ, D. POSPÍŠIL, T.

Original Title

Development of thermal insulation composite material from recycled polymer and recycled glass

English Title

Development of thermal insulation composite material from recycled polymer and recycled glass

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

With the sustainable construction the emphasis is placed on saving energy, reducing of consumption of natural resources, extending the life cycle of recycling, etc. One of the important groups of waste materials that can be reused are waste polymers. These materials are used in the design of thermal insulation composite material. The crucial property of materials used for thermal insulation is the coefficient of thermal conductivity. Thermal conductivity coefficients of waste polymers however do not meet the requirements. For this reason, waste polymers are within the development of thermal insulation composite material combined with filler with a low coefficient of thermal conductivity. In developing of this composite material the developers combine a method of theoretically optimized software design of blends with their production and experimental verification. Possibility of application of thermal insulation composite material can be seen especially in the structural details, in which it is necessary to eliminate the thermal bridges, but also details where the requirements are applied to the mechanical resistance and static load bearing capacity.

English abstract

With the sustainable construction the emphasis is placed on saving energy, reducing of consumption of natural resources, extending the life cycle of recycling, etc. One of the important groups of waste materials that can be reused are waste polymers. These materials are used in the design of thermal insulation composite material. The crucial property of materials used for thermal insulation is the coefficient of thermal conductivity. Thermal conductivity coefficients of waste polymers however do not meet the requirements. For this reason, waste polymers are within the development of thermal insulation composite material combined with filler with a low coefficient of thermal conductivity. In developing of this composite material the developers combine a method of theoretically optimized software design of blends with their production and experimental verification. Possibility of application of thermal insulation composite material can be seen especially in the structural details, in which it is necessary to eliminate the thermal bridges, but also details where the requirements are applied to the mechanical resistance and static load bearing capacity.

Keywords

material recycling, energy saving, ecology, polymer composite, thermal bridge

RIV year

2012

Released

27.02.2012

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Švýcarsko

Pages from

701

Pages to

705

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT74488,
  author="Jan {Pěnčík} and Libor {Matějka} and Alena {Kalužová} and Libor {Matějka} and Darina {Dostálová} and Tomáš {Pospíšil}",
  title="Development of thermal insulation composite material from recycled polymer and recycled glass",
  annote="With the sustainable construction the emphasis is placed on saving energy, reducing of consumption of natural resources, extending the life cycle of recycling, etc. One of the important groups of waste materials that can be reused are waste polymers. These materials are used in the design of thermal insulation composite material. The crucial property of materials used for thermal insulation is the coefficient of thermal conductivity. Thermal conductivity coefficients of waste polymers however do not meet the requirements. For this reason, waste polymers are within the development of thermal insulation composite material combined with filler with a low coefficient of thermal conductivity. In developing of this composite material the developers combine a method of theoretically optimized software design of blends with their production and experimental verification. Possibility of application of thermal insulation composite material can be seen especially in the structural details, in which it is necessary to eliminate the thermal bridges, but also details where the requirements are applied to the mechanical resistance and static load bearing capacity.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  chapter="74488",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  number="487",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="february",
  pages="701--705",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="journal article"
}