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The Resource Mechanical, thermal and hygric properties of buildings materials : selected, peer reviewed papers from the 1st International Doctoral Conference on Advanced Materials, July 23-25, 2014, Zahrádky, Czech Republic, edited by Eva Vejmelková, Jan Zatloukal and Pavel Reiterman

Mechanical, thermal and hygric properties of buildings materials : selected, peer reviewed papers from the 1st International Doctoral Conference on Advanced Materials, July 23-25, 2014, Zahrádky, Czech Republic, edited by Eva Vejmelková, Jan Zatloukal and Pavel Reiterman

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Mechanical, thermal and hygric properties of buildings materials : selected, peer reviewed papers from the 1st International Doctoral Conference on Advanced Materials, July 23-25, 2014, Zahrádky, Czech Republic
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Mechanical, thermal and hygric properties of buildings materials
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selected, peer reviewed papers from the 1st International Doctoral Conference on Advanced Materials, July 23-25, 2014, Zahrádky, Czech Republic
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edited by Eva Vejmelková, Jan Zatloukal and Pavel Reiterman
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eng
Summary
This book summarizes selected papers of student conference focused on the study of properties of building materials. Presented papers deal with investigation of materials properties of conventional and also innovative building materials. The knowledge of particular material properties is essentially for successful design of structures, that is the reason why studies of basic physical, chemical, mechanical, thermal, hygric, technological and transport properties were included into this book. Experimental programs of present contributions were performed according standard system of EN and ISO bu
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536.7
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index present
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non fiction
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2014
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International Doctoral Conference on Advanced Materials
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  • Vejmělková, Eva,
  • Zatloukal, Jan,
  • Reiterman, Pavel,
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Advanced Materials Research,
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Volume 982
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  • Thermodynamics
  • Building materials
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Mechanical, thermal and hygric properties of buildings materials : selected, peer reviewed papers from the 1st International Doctoral Conference on Advanced Materials, July 23-25, 2014, Zahrádky, Czech Republic, edited by Eva Vejmelková, Jan Zatloukal and Pavel Reiterman
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Mechanical, Thermal and Hygric Properties of Buildings Materials; Preface, Committee and Acknowledgement; Table of Contents; Analysis of Thermal Conductivity of Lime Plaster with Pozzolanic Addition by Different Homogenization Techniques; Moisture Transport Properties of Hydrophilic Mineral Wool; Application of TDR Method for Moisture Profiles Measurement in Cellular Concrete; Adsorption of Water Vapor in Selected Sandstone Influenced by Different Method of Measurement Using Dynamic Vapor Sorption Device
  • Effect of Porosity on Mechanical and Hygric Properties of Concrete with Natural Pozzolan AdditionEffect of Zeolite Admixture on Freeze/Thaw Resistance of Concrete Exposed to the Dynamic Climatic Conditions; Influence of Casting Direction on the Mechanical Properties of Cementitious Fiber Reinforced Composites; Restrained Shrinkage Test of High Performance Concrete Ring Specimen; Retention Curves of Different Types of Sandstone; Comparison of Two Different Modes of Inverse Analysis Used for Determination of Moisture Diffusivity of Building Materials
  • Determination of Hygric Properties of Hollow Brick Block as a Function of Moisture ContentProduction and Use of the Textile Reinforced Concrete; Moisture Migration in High Strength Concrete; Application of Digital Optical Microscopy in Materials and Mechanical Engineering: Optical Porosimetry and Crack Detection; Mechanical Behavior of the Cement Mortar with High Amount of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration (MSWI) Bottom Ash as an Alternative Aggregate
  • A Comparative Study on Thermal Properties of Two Types of Concrete Containing Fine Ceramic Waste and Burnt Clay Shale as a Supplementary MaterialNumerical Study of the Influence of Internal Blast on the Earth Covered Composite Arch; Heat and Water Vapor Transport Properties of Selected Commercially Produced Plasters; Fracture Surface Measurement of Concrete with Respect to Loading Speed; Thermal Properties of Selected Timbers; Pore Structure and Thermal Characteristics of Clay Bricks; New Type of Lightweight Gypsum-Based Material
  • Residual Strength of Thermally Loaded Mortars with Treated Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Fly Ash Used as Supplementary Cementitious MaterialInfluence of Different Mechanical Properties to the Concrete Penetration Resistance; Influence of High-Temperature on Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer in Aluminous Cement Based Fibre Composites; Development and Mix Design of HPC and UHPFRC; Properties of Cement Composites Containing Coir Pith; Mechanical and Rheological Properties of Aluminous Cement under High Temperatures
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ocn891381170
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1 online resource (170 pages)
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online
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9783038265559
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eBooks on EBSCOhost
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illustrations (some color)
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remote
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(OCoLC)891381170
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Mechanical, thermal and hygric properties of buildings materials : selected, peer reviewed papers from the 1st International Doctoral Conference on Advanced Materials, July 23-25, 2014, Zahrádky, Czech Republic, edited by Eva Vejmelková, Jan Zatloukal and Pavel Reiterman
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Mechanical, Thermal and Hygric Properties of Buildings Materials; Preface, Committee and Acknowledgement; Table of Contents; Analysis of Thermal Conductivity of Lime Plaster with Pozzolanic Addition by Different Homogenization Techniques; Moisture Transport Properties of Hydrophilic Mineral Wool; Application of TDR Method for Moisture Profiles Measurement in Cellular Concrete; Adsorption of Water Vapor in Selected Sandstone Influenced by Different Method of Measurement Using Dynamic Vapor Sorption Device
  • Effect of Porosity on Mechanical and Hygric Properties of Concrete with Natural Pozzolan AdditionEffect of Zeolite Admixture on Freeze/Thaw Resistance of Concrete Exposed to the Dynamic Climatic Conditions; Influence of Casting Direction on the Mechanical Properties of Cementitious Fiber Reinforced Composites; Restrained Shrinkage Test of High Performance Concrete Ring Specimen; Retention Curves of Different Types of Sandstone; Comparison of Two Different Modes of Inverse Analysis Used for Determination of Moisture Diffusivity of Building Materials
  • Determination of Hygric Properties of Hollow Brick Block as a Function of Moisture ContentProduction and Use of the Textile Reinforced Concrete; Moisture Migration in High Strength Concrete; Application of Digital Optical Microscopy in Materials and Mechanical Engineering: Optical Porosimetry and Crack Detection; Mechanical Behavior of the Cement Mortar with High Amount of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration (MSWI) Bottom Ash as an Alternative Aggregate
  • A Comparative Study on Thermal Properties of Two Types of Concrete Containing Fine Ceramic Waste and Burnt Clay Shale as a Supplementary MaterialNumerical Study of the Influence of Internal Blast on the Earth Covered Composite Arch; Heat and Water Vapor Transport Properties of Selected Commercially Produced Plasters; Fracture Surface Measurement of Concrete with Respect to Loading Speed; Thermal Properties of Selected Timbers; Pore Structure and Thermal Characteristics of Clay Bricks; New Type of Lightweight Gypsum-Based Material
  • Residual Strength of Thermally Loaded Mortars with Treated Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Fly Ash Used as Supplementary Cementitious MaterialInfluence of Different Mechanical Properties to the Concrete Penetration Resistance; Influence of High-Temperature on Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer in Aluminous Cement Based Fibre Composites; Development and Mix Design of HPC and UHPFRC; Properties of Cement Composites Containing Coir Pith; Mechanical and Rheological Properties of Aluminous Cement under High Temperatures
Control code
ocn891381170
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (170 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783038265559
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)891381170

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