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Volume 352, 2021EDES 2021 - Extraordinary Dynamic Experiments and Simulations 2021
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|Published online||03 December 2021|
The impact of radiant heat on various types of plasterboard walls
University of Žilina, Faculty of Security Engineering, Department of Fire Engineering, ul. 1. Mája 32, 010 26 Žilina, Slovak republic
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The future of the whole world focuses on reducing waste produced by people. As the construction sector is one of the biggest producers of waste, a great deal of effort has been made to introduce this trend in modern construction. The “green” building sector, therefore, draws attention to natural and recyclable building materials. These include natural thermal insulation such as cork, fiberboard, hemp insulation, and even sheep wool insulation. Almost all types of such insulation are made from waste materials which, were they not reused in the form of thermal insulation, would end up as municipal or biodegradable waste. At the same time, we should point out that almost all “green” construction materials are flammable. This feature is not very advantageous from the point of view of fire protection and it can significantly affect the fire safety of a construction. It is for this reason that the main objective of this research was to determine the impact of a radiant heat source on various types of thermal insulation used as plasterboard filling and to evaluate the possibilities of their use in sandwich constructions for fire protection purposes.
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