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By Sofiane Amziane, Laurent Arnaud
Using plant fabric as uncooked fabrics for building is a comparatively contemporary and unique subject of study. This ebook offers an outline of the present wisdom at the fabric houses and environmental effect of building fabrics made of plant debris, that are renewable, recyclable and simply to be had. It specializes in debris and besides on fibers issued from hemp plant, in addition to discussing hemp concretes.
The publication starts off by means of atmosphere the environmental, fiscal and social context of agro-concretes, prior to discussing the character of plant-based aggregates and binders. The formula, implementation and mechanical habit of such development fabrics are the topic of the subsequent chapters. the point of interest is then placed upon the hygrothermal habit and acoustical homes of hempcrete, via plant-based concretes in buildings. The booklet concludes with the learn of life-cycle research (LCA) of the environmental features of a banked hempcrete wall on a wood skeleton.
1. Environmental, fiscal and Social Context of Agro-Concretes, Vincent Nozahic and Sofiane Amziane.
2. Characterization of Plant-Based Aggregates. Vincent Picandet.
3. Binders, Gilles Escadeillas, Camille Magniont, Sofiane Amziane and Vincent Nozahic.
4. formula and Implementation, Christophe Lanos, Florence Collet, Gerard Lenain and Yves Hustache.
5. Mechanical habit, Laurent Arnaud, Sofiane Amziane, Vincent Nozahic and Etienne Gourlay.
6. Hygrothermal habit of Hempcrete, Laurent Arnaud, Driss Samri and Etienne Gourlay.
7. Acoustical homes of Hemp Concretes, Philippe Gle, Emmanuel Gourdon and Laurent Arnaud.
8. Plant-Based Concretes in buildings: Structural point – Addition of a wood help to take in the stress, Philippe Munoz and Didier Pipet.
9. exam of the Environmental features of a Banked Hempcrete Wall on a wood Skeleton, via Lifecycle research: suggestions at the LCA test from 2005, Marie-Pierre Boutin and Cyril Flamin.
Chapter 1 Environmental, fiscal and Social Context of Agro?Concretes (pages 1–26): Vincent Nozahic and Sofiane Amziane
Chapter 2 Characterization of Plant?Based Aggregates (pages 27–74): Vincent Picandet
Chapter three Binders (pages 75–116): Gilles Escadeillas, Camille Magniont, Sofiane Amziane and Vincent Nozahic
Chapter four formula and Implementation (pages 117–152): Christophe Lanos, Florence Collet, Gerard Lenain and Yves Hustache
Chapter five Mechanical habit (pages 153–178): Laurent Arnaud, Sofiane Amziane, Vincent Nozahic and Etiennec Gourlay
Chapter 6 Hygrothermal habit of Hempcrete (pages 179–242): Laurent Arnaud, Driss Samri and Etienne Gourlay
Chapter 7 Acoustical houses of Hemp Concretes (pages 243–266): Philippe Gle, Emmanuel Gourdon and Laurent Arnaud
Chapter eight Plant?Based Concretes in buildings: Structural point – Addition of a wood aid to soak up the tension (pages 267–288): Philippe Munoz and Didier Pipet
Chapter nine exam of the Environmental features of a Banked Hempcrete Wall on a wood Skeleton, via Lifecycle research: suggestions at the LCA test from 2005 (pages 289–312): Marie?Pierre Boutin and Cyril Flamin
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Structure and Function of Wood”, in Handbook of Wood Chemistry and Wood Composites, CRC Press, 2005. Chapter 2 Characterization of Plant-Based Aggregates Bio-based aggregates present characteristics which are very different from the mineral aggregates typically used in concretes, for which there are standardized tools and techniques for characterization. ) or for their seeds oleaginous flax, sunflower, etc. In all cases, our aim is to enhance the value, as aggregates for construction materials, of co-products from the stem which have, hitherto, hardly been used (if at all).
4. Thhe PSDs preseented below do d not take acccount of e in the caase of hemp sh hiv obtained by b an advanced process these freee fibers. Yet even of defibrration, a detaiiled examination of the agg gregates show ws that a smalll amount of short fibers may sttill be found attached a to a few hemp shiv particles, eeven after p forr at least 30 minutes. 2. Image-analys I is method This method requuires good-quuality samplin ng, in that onnly a finite am mount of m of quaartering can bbe applied material can reasonabbly be analyzeed.
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