Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Title: Physical and mechanical behavior in soil matrix materials due to residues addition and burning temperature
Other Titles: Comportamento físico e mecânico em materiais da matriz do solo devido à adição de resíduos e temperatura de queima
Comportamiento físico y mecánico en los materiales de la matriz del suelo debido a la adición de residuos y la temperatura de combustión
Keywords: Pine sawdust
Coffee husk
Waste in construction
Compressive strength
Ceramic materials
Serragem de pinheiro
Casca de café
Resíduos na construção
Força compressiva
Materiais cerâmicos
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: CDRR Editors
Citation: GANDIA, R. M. et al. Physical and mechanical behavior in soil matrix materials due to residues addition and burning temperature. Research, Society and Development, [S. l.], v. 9, n. 11, e59891110308, 2020.
Abstract: The building construction is responsible for the largest industrial sectors in the world, with high energy demand and use of natural resources. Given the scarcity of natural resources and the energy crisis, the use of waste in building materials becomes a target. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate different treatments with pine sawdust and coffee husk additions, both at 10% by mass and also evaluated in drying and burning. The treatments were evaluated by bulk density, linear shrinkage and compressive strength. In the treatments without burning, it was possible to verify that the addition of 10% of residue reduces the mechanical resistance of the material considerably but improves the physical properties. In the burned materials, it was observed that the addition of residues is unsatisfactory due to the high temperature, carbonizing them, increasing the porosity, thus destabilizing the material, negatively affecting the physical and mechanical properties.
Appears in Collections:DEG - Artigos publicados em periódicos

This item is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons