Heat protective properties of enclosure structure from thin-wall profiles with foamed concrete
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|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Magazine of Civil Engineering|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2020|
|Publication type||A1 Journal article-refereed|
Receiving the qualitative, energy efficient and economic building is the main tendency in the civil engineering. One of the leading places is occupied by technology of frame-panel construction with use of new non-autoclaved, monolithic foamed concrete technology producing on a building site. On the example of the real samples there were determined the heat-shielding properties of foamed concrete in a condition of setting process and after attainment of strength with a practical and theoretical methods. The results were obtained for a non-autoclaved monolithic foamed concrete wall fragment (lightweight steel concrete structure - LSCS) for the areas with and without rigid reinforcement with steel thin-wall profiles (lightweight gauge steel structure - LGSS). Influence of the thermal bypass on cold-resisting properties of enclosure structures with technology "Intech LB" is revealed. On the basis of the received results, modernization of a design for improvement of its thermotechnical characteristics is made.
- Cold-resisting properties, Non-autoclaved monolithic foamed concrete, Rigid reinforcement, Samples, SOVBI technology, Steel thin-wall profiles, Thermotechnical characteristics