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Innovant agromaterials formulated with flax shaves and proteinic binder: Process and characterization

Agro-composite materials were produced from flax shaves and the properties of these composites were determined experimentally. The structure and morphology of the composites was determined by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and their thermal conductivities were determined using the transient plane source method. These properties, as ...

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Influence of the volume fraction and the nature of fine lightweight aggregates on the thermal and mechanical properties of structural concrete

The thermal and mechanical properties of concrete in which normal weight aggregate has been substituted with lightweight aggregates were investigated. The properties were found to be dependent on the volume fraction of the lightweight aggregate, as well as on the nature and quality of the ...

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Development of thermal insulating and sound absorbing agro-sourced materials from auto linked flax-tows

A rigid, self-supporting material derived from flax tow was prepared and its mechanical, thermal, hydrous, and acoustic properties were investigated. The study was performed to determine if this material would be a viable option for use as a biodegradable thermal and acoustic insulation in walls. ...

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The effect of silanize alumina nano-fillers addition on some physical and mechanical properties of heat cured polymethyl methacrylate denture base material 

Despite its fragility, poor thermal properties, and high water sorption rates, polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) is commonly used in denture fabrication. This study aimed to examine how the addition of Aluminum oxide nanoparticles affected the properties of PMMA. A thermal constant analyzer measured the thermal properties ...

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Properties of Nanocrystals-formulated Aluminosilicate Bricks

Seven different types of nanocrystals were used as additives in aluminosilicate bricks to determine if this is a valid method of decreasing the thermal diffusivity of the bricks for use as plant coating in the iron and steel industries. Each type of nanocrystal was added ...

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