Search for dissertations about: "building material ageing"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 13 swedish dissertations containing the words building material ageing.

  1. 1. Recycling and durability of PVC materials focusing on pre- and post-consumer wastes from building products

    Author : Nazdaneh Yarahmadi; Chalmers University of Technology; []
    Keywords : Accelerated ageing; Activation energy; Annealing; Cables; Dehydrochlorination; Dismantling; DSC; Elongation at break; Emissions; Energy recovery; Flooring; Heat ageing; Lifetime; Orientation; Physical ageing; Plasticised PVC; Plasticiser depletion; Profiles; Recycling; Repeated extrusion; Residual stability; Rigid PVC; Sustainable building; Chlorination; Degradation; Durability; Mechanical properties; Plastic building materials; Plasticizers; Stabilizers agents ; Tensile properties; Molecular level; Polyvinyl chlorides; energy recovery; flooring; repeated extrusion; accelerated ageing; rigid PVC; plasticiser depletion; activation energy; profiles; recycling; annealing; heat ageing; plasticised PVC; orientation; sustainable building; elongation at break; dehydrochlorination; lifetime; physical ageing; residual stability; dismantling; emissions; cables;

    Abstract : The potential for recycling various polymeric materials contained within buildings constructed in the late 1960s and 1970s in Sweden was investigated during the course of this work. Three residential blocks were studied to establish the quantity of materials available for recycling, to investigate the difficulty in and time needed for the dismantling of the buildings, the degree of purity of the materials, and the possibility of separating the materials. READ MORE

  2. 2. Ageing and deformation properties of building joint sealants

    Author : Per Gunnar Burström; Avdelningen för Byggnadsmaterial; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; organic building materials; ageing; building material properties; durability; joint movements; byggnadsmaterial; fogmassor; deformation; beständighet; hållbarhet; sealants; tätningsmedel; building material ageing;

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  3. 3. The influence of ageing on the salt-frost resistance of concrete

    Author : Peter Utgenannt; Avdelningen för Byggnadsmaterial; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Materiallära; materialteknik; Building construction; Material technology; freeze thaw testing; hydration; field exposure; carbonation; drying; Byggnadsteknik; ageing; salt-frost resistance; Concrete;

    Abstract : Abstract This thesis presents the results of an investigation of the influence of ageing on the salt-frost resistance of concrete. The ageing mechanisms investigated were hydration, drying and carbonation. READ MORE

  4. 4. Optical Efficiency of Low-Concentrating Solar Energy Systems with Parabolic Reflectors

    Author : Maria Brogren; Arne Roos; Björn Karlsson; Andreas Häberle; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; Engineering physics; Photovoltaic cells; Photovoltaic-thermal systems; Parabolic reflectors; Optical properties; Reflector materials; Optical efficiency; Accelerated ageing; Outdoor ageing; Building-integrated photovoltaics; Teknisk fysik; Engineering physics; Teknisk fysik;

    Abstract : Solar electricity is a promising energy technology for the future, and by using reflectors for concentrating solar radiation onto photovoltaic cells, the cost per produced kWh can be significantly reduced. The optical efficiency of a concentrating system determines the fraction of the incident energy that is transferred to the cells and depends on the optical properties of the system components. READ MORE

  5. 5. Minimisation of Chromium Leaching from Low-Alloy Electric Arc Furnace Slag by Mineral Modifications

    Author : Ida Strandkvist; Fredrik Engström; Rainer Backman; Luleå tekniska universitet; []
    Keywords : ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; slag; leaching; minerals; Process Metallurgy; Processmetallurgi;

    Abstract : Iron and steel are produced continuously as a vital part of modern life. The largest by-product of metal production is slag. Slag is an essential part of the production of steel since, in the furnace, the molten slag removes impurities from the metal. When the slag which consists of oxides, solidifies minerals form. READ MORE