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DEVELOPMENT OF CERAMIC BLOCKS FOR MASONRY CONSTRUCTIONS WITH THERMAL INSULATION FILLING ON THE BASIS OF EASILY RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS AND BY-PRODUCTS

Originální název

DEVELOPMENT OF CERAMIC BLOCKS FOR MASONRY CONSTRUCTIONS WITH THERMAL INSULATION FILLING ON THE BASIS OF EASILY RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS AND BY-PRODUCTS

Anglický název

DEVELOPMENT OF CERAMIC BLOCKS FOR MASONRY CONSTRUCTIONS WITH THERMAL INSULATION FILLING ON THE BASIS OF EASILY RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS AND BY-PRODUCTS

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

At present the requirements for building materials have been growing in the sphere of their thermal-insulation and acoustic properties. In case of ceramic blocks the ways to further improvement of its insulation properties are quite limited. It is reduction of ribbon thickness or increase of width of masonry construction. Use of insulation filling integrated in ceramics block cavities is an alternative technology of production of insulation masonry blocks of high insulation properties. In these cases the ceramic frame ensures the mechanical stability of the block and integrated insulation layer in smaller or bigger part (depending on its part) the thermal properties and eventually also the acoustic and insulation ones. The paper describes possibilities of use of raw materials alternative sources (natural fibres from agriculture, selected fabric waste, ...) as integrated insulation layers in modern ceramic blocks of high performance properties.

Anglický abstrakt

At present the requirements for building materials have been growing in the sphere of their thermal-insulation and acoustic properties. In case of ceramic blocks the ways to further improvement of its insulation properties are quite limited. It is reduction of ribbon thickness or increase of width of masonry construction. Use of insulation filling integrated in ceramics block cavities is an alternative technology of production of insulation masonry blocks of high insulation properties. In these cases the ceramic frame ensures the mechanical stability of the block and integrated insulation layer in smaller or bigger part (depending on its part) the thermal properties and eventually also the acoustic and insulation ones. The paper describes possibilities of use of raw materials alternative sources (natural fibres from agriculture, selected fabric waste, ...) as integrated insulation layers in modern ceramic blocks of high performance properties.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT96838,
  author="Jiří {Zach} and Jiří {Brožovský} and Jitka {Peterková} and Martin {Sedlmajer}",
  title="DEVELOPMENT OF CERAMIC BLOCKS FOR MASONRY CONSTRUCTIONS WITH THERMAL INSULATION FILLING ON THE BASIS OF EASILY RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS AND BY-PRODUCTS",
  annote="At present the requirements for building materials have been growing in the sphere of their thermal-insulation and acoustic properties. In case of ceramic blocks the ways to further improvement of its insulation properties are quite limited. It is reduction of ribbon thickness or increase of width of masonry construction. Use of insulation filling integrated in ceramics block cavities is an alternative technology of production of insulation masonry blocks of high insulation properties. In these cases the ceramic frame ensures the mechanical stability of the block and integrated insulation layer in smaller or bigger part (depending on its part) the thermal properties and eventually also the acoustic and insulation ones. The paper describes possibilities of use of raw materials alternative sources (natural fibres from agriculture, selected fabric waste, ...) as integrated insulation layers in modern ceramic blocks of high performance properties.",
  address="University Federal de Santa Catarina",
  booktitle="15th International Brick and Block Masonry Conference",
  chapter="96838",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="University Federal de Santa Catarina",
  year="2012",
  month="june",
  pages="52--54",
  publisher="University Federal de Santa Catarina",
  type="conference paper"
}