Nano, smart and composite materials in construction

Manfredi Saeli

Nano, smart and composite materials in construction
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PREZZO: LIBRO GRATUITO
DATA 18/05/2018
AUTORE Manfredi Saeli
ISBN 9788898115273
DIMENSIONE DEL FILE 11,53 MB
FORMATO PDF EPUB FB2 TXT
LINGUA ITALIANO

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La ricerca e lo sviluppo di materiali innovativi costituiscono una priorità delle agende scientifiche di parecchie nazioni, con investimenti - sia nel pubblico che nel privato - di diversi milioni di dollari l'anno. La scelta tra i nuovi materiali avanzati è sempre più vasta e articolata, con una capillare attenzione rivolta sia alle prime fasi della progettazione che alle battute finali della realizzazione; questi criteri si riflettono non solo sul design di singoli componenti edilizi o di edifici, ma anche sull'intero ambiente costruito. Questo volume vuole rappresentare una occasione di riflessione su come questa nuova realtà, fortemente interdisciplinare, stia cambiando la pratica costruttiva attraverso l'uso di materiali compositi, nanostrutturati, multifunzionali e intelligenti, allargando l'orizzonte della trattazione dall'ambito strutturale alle finiture, dalla nuova costruzione al retrofit e al restauro, dai sistemi energetici alla sensoristica, dimostrando, al contempo, il tentativo della ricerca e della progettazione di ottimizzare processi e sistemi di produzione, gestione e riuso.

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...Indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Scopus and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), this open access journal publishes cutting-edge research into smart and nano materials and their applications, including energy harvesting, sensing, self-healing, and self-assembly ... Smart materials (3 of 5): shape shifting material, drug ... ... . The question of where nanotechnology will take us in the construction industry should be considered not only for enhancing material properties and functions but also in the context of energy conservation. This is a particularly important prospect since a high percentage of all energy used (e.g., 41% in the United States) is consumed by commercial buildings and residential houses by ... construction industry. Concrete is a material most widely used in construction industry. Concrete is a cem ... Nano, smart and composite materials in construction ... ... . This is a particularly important prospect since a high percentage of all energy used (e.g., 41% in the United States) is consumed by commercial buildings and residential houses by ... construction industry. Concrete is a material most widely used in construction industry. Concrete is a cement composite material made up of Portland cement, sand, crush, water and sometimes admixtures. Interest in nano-technology concept for Portland-cement composites is steadily growing. The materials such nano-Titania (TiO 2 • Define 'Composite Materials' and learn the history of composites in multiple industries and the factors that led the growth of composites in these industries. • Identify the design and performance attributes of composites used in other industries that are applicable to the building / construction market. Nano-composite is a multiphase material where one of the phases has at least one dimension of less than 100 nanometers, which is 1000 times smaller that the width of a human hair. The carbon nanotube diameter is about 5 nanometers, and yet the extraordinary mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes qualify them as the ultimate fibers ever made. Nano Construction materials: Review Article (PDF Available) in Reviews on advanced materials science · February 2014 with 1,252 Reads How we measure 'reads' Nano-particles made of semiconducting material(Ex- Silicon) Nano-composites:- • It is produced by adding Nano- particle to bulk material in order to improve its bulk properties 6. Carbon Nano-tubes:-• They are the form of carbon that was first discovered in 1952 in Russia and then re-discovered in the 1990's in Japan.• Traditional materials are those that have been in use for centuries, such as paper, wood, stone and metals. We have also developed moder...