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    Research of Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Composite Material Based on Gypsum and Straw

    Nikola Vavřínová*, Kateřina Stejskalová, Jiří Teslík, Kateřina Kubenková, Jiří Majer

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.10, No.7, pp. 1859-1873, 2022, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2022.018908

    Abstract This article is focused on the investigation of the mechanical and thermal properties of composite material that could be used for the production of plaster or plasterboards. This composite material is made of gypsum and reinforcing natural fibers. The article verifies whether this natural reinforcement can improve the investigated properties compared to conventional plasters and gypsum plasterboards made of pure gypsum. From this composite material, high-strength plasterboards could then be produced, which meet the higher demands of users than conventional gypsum plasterboards. For their production, natural waste materials would be used efficiently. As part of the development of new building… More >

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    Ultimate strength performance of plasterboard lined steel stud walls under fire conditions

    P. Kolarkar1, M. Mahendran, S. Gunalan

    The International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences, Vol.9, No.4, pp. 243-244, 2009, DOI:10.3970/icces.2009.009.243

    Abstract Fire safety of light gauge cold-formed steel frame (LSF) stud wall systems is critical to the building design as their use has become increasingly popular in commercial, industrial and residential construction throughout Australia. These walls are made of a cold-formed steel frame lined with multiple plasterboards (up to 4 on each side) and are often used as load-bearing walls. Currently there is limited design information on LSF load bearing walls for use by Australian engineers and designers. Hence LSF wall manufacturers depend on full scale fire tests using the standard fire curve based on ISO834 and AS1530.4 to determine the… More >

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