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Physical Properties of Light Weight Foamed Glass Using Waste Glass Powder and Fly Ash
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Physical Properties of Light Weight Foamed Glass Using Waste Glass Powder and Fly Ash
Song, Hun; Shin, Hyeon-Uk;
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Building insulation materials use for the purpose of energy saving. Insulation materials can be classified inorganic and organic insulation materials. Inorganic insulation is used for fire resistive performance parts and organic insulation is used for thermal performance parts. Meanwhile, organic insulation is due to toxic gas emission in fire. Inorganic insulation is too heavy and low thermal performance than organic materials. This study is focused on evaluation of the physical properties of inorganic foam material using industrial by-products such as waste glass powder and fly ash. From the test result, inorganic foam materials for the applicability of fire-resistance and insulation light-weight materials.
Waste glass powder;Fly ash;Light weight;Foamed glass;
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