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Produce foam Glass Crystalline Insulating Material Based on Anthropogenic Raw Materials in Kazakhstan According China’s Experience

Y. Kim 1, Cheng Sun 1, and Zh. Nuguzhinov 2
1. School of Architecture, Harbin Institute of Technology, Heilongjiang Cold Region Architectural Science Key Laboratory, Harbin, China
2. Kazakhstan Multi-Profile Institute of Reconstruction and Development (KazMIRD) at Karaganda State Technical University, Karaganda, Kazakhstan
Abstract—In cold regions of Kazakhstan and China, the use of thermal insulation materials in the designing of buildings is one of the most important issues. In China is a quality use of environmentally friendly materials. China has experience of using green materials are in the processing of secondary materials blast furnace slag, gypsum, slag, ash and the steel slag, ash and other low environmental load. To improve the properties of chemical building materials used to optimize production, the introduction of new technologies. The total CO2 emissions could reduce by 30% to 40%. This study proposes a method for improving the thermal insulation foam glass-material and provides a method a considerable reduction of energy consumption and hence the cost can be achieved using a two-stage low-temperature glass synthesis technology and process waste granulates using as a main component. The case study shows, the resulting foam glass crystalline insulating material is environmentally friendly because it complements the original components are non-toxic and non-corrosive substances; the resulting material has a high chemical stability and biological refractory. The proposed method, by the core process of architectural design, uses an approach focused on efficiency, to find solutions that meet the requirements. The use of foamed glass solves practical optimization problems in the construction.
 
Index Terms—glass granulate, viscous modulus, glass synthesis, CO2 emissions, crystalline

Cite: Y. Kim, Cheng Sun, and Zh. Nuguzhinov, "Produce foam Glass Crystalline Insulating Material Based on Anthropogenic Raw Materials in Kazakhstan According China’s Experience," International Journal of Structural and Civil Engineering Research, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 159-163, May 2017. doi: 10.18178/ijscer.6.2.159-163
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