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GREEN BUILDINGS TECHNOLOGIES AND MATERIALS

- Ecological, inorganic and regenerative building materials. Low carbon buildings.
- Recycling technologies of the building materials waste.
- Low power consumption technologies of the building materials and construction production.
- Insulation technologies and thermal insulation building materials
- Renewable energy materials in construction production.
- Ecological building and environmental planning. New building materials.
- Energy-saving and environmental protection technologies in architectural planning, design, construction applications and rebuilt processes.
- Control technologies of construction energy.
- Agricultural by product used in constructions.
- Monitoring and Control technologies in construction production.

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EFFECTIVE ECOLOGICAL BUILDING MATERIALS BASED ON ACTIVATED ASH-CEMENT MIXTURES (Papers SGEM2018)

E. Potapova, Y. Krivoborodov, S. Samchenko, T. Kouznetsova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Studies have been carried out to increase the activity of ashes and cements by separate or joint activation in an aqueous medium immediately before the preparation of concrete on the construction site. Activation was carried out in devices where the treated medium was subjected to (...)


EFFECTS OF PYROLYSIS CONDITIONS ON PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CHICKEN MANURE DERIVED BIOCHAR (Papers SGEM2018)

M. Rudakova, I. Gilmutdinova, P. Galitskaya, S. Selivanovskaya
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Biochar is a product of pyrolysis of biomass such as plant residues, organic wastes or etc. Being highly porous material that slowly releases nutrients, biochar is considered as an effective alternative fertilizer. It is reported that biochar properties are depending on the pyrolysis (...)


ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF CARBON FIBRE REINFORCED POLYMER STRENGTHENING SOLUTIONS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE SLABS (Papers SGEM2018)

N. Taranu, S. G. Maxineasa,I.S. Entuc, G. Oprisan, I. Hudisteanu
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT At the global scale, the construction sector has a significant social and economic influence over people’s daily activities. At the same time, it is well known that the built environment is responsible for a significant negative influence over the Earth’s ecosystem. Taking into account (...)


EVALUATION OF BUILDING MICROCLIMATE DEPENDING ON INTENSITY OF AIR EXCHANGE (Papers SGEM2018)

Z. Galda
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The indoor climate of buildings is one of the most important components that directly affect human health, well-being, and then the work performance of each of us. We are witnesses of the past and the present when we are experiencing so-called sick building syndrome. At present, (...)


EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS FOR MAINTAINING THERMAL COMFORT: STUDY CASE FOR HISTORICAL BUILDING (Papers SGEM2018)

P. TUDOR, V.E. CENUSA, D. TUTICA, S.C. IONESCU
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT One of the most important stages of the rehabilitation process, in the case of historical buildings, is to find the best solutions that can ensure, in the most efficient and nonaggressive way, the thermal comfort inside the building. In the study of this case, the authors identified (...)


EVALUATION OF THE QUALITY OF THE INDOOR ENVIRONMENT IN COLLEGE CLASSROOMS (Papers SGEM2018)

B. Chudikova, M. Faltejsek, I. Skotnicova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The topic of increased CO2 concentration is very actual in the Czech Republic, especially in the connection to the current effort for a massive revitalization of buildings, which aims to reduce the energy performance of buildings. Both residential and civil buildings revitalization (...)


EXERGY ANALYSIS OF A VAPOUR COMPRESSION HEAT PUMP (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Dobrovicescu, G. Nastase, M. F. Stefanescu, A. Serban
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The paper presents an analysis of the behaviour of an air-water vapour compression heat pump at the variation of some of the decisional parameters as the state of the fluid at the compressor intake. Different refrigerants as CO2, NH3 and R600a, and different schematics are considered. (...)


EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF CUMULATIVE DAMAGE OF PLASTERS EXPOSED TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF CENTRAL EUROPE (Papers SGEM2018)

R. Cerny, M. Cachova, M. Dolezelova, E. Vejmelkova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Plasters belong to the most common external surface layers of building envelopes in Central Europe, which is supposedly due to their low cost and technological simplicity. Their continuous exposure to external environment can though lead to the cumulation of damage and subsequently to (...)


EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF SELECTED MATERIALS FOR FLAT ROOF DETAILS (Papers SGEM2018)

O. Necas
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Wood-based materials belong to the popular and widely used materials in the building industry. For example, these plates can be easily used to create often complicated details. Not all wood-based materials are suitable for the proposed environment. The effect of mistaking the choice (...)


FIBER BRAGG TECHNOLOGY FOR STRUCTURAL MONITORING A CONCRETE PILLAR WITH PREFABRICATED WALLS (Papers SGEM2018)

J. JURASZEK, A. GRZYWA, H. WALUSIAK
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The paper presents technology of monitoring a reinforced concrete pillar-connector of prefabricated walls. Prefabricated units made from a modified Polytech mortar containing expanded polystyrene derived from recycling were used to build a residential object. Reinforced concrete (...)


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