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Use of clay bricks incorporating treated river sediments in a demon- strative building: Case study

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2013
auteur(s) El Fgaier Faycal; Lafhaj Zoubeir; Chapiseau Christophe
journal (abréviation) Construction and Building Materials (Construct Build Mater)
volume (numéro) 48
  
pages 160 – 165
résumé The objective of this study is to demonstrate the feasibility and the practical use of the sediment- amended bricks in a demonstrative building. The air quality inside the building and the thermal quality were studied. The experimental study of the air quality is focused on the presence of VOCs, formaldehyde, 38 ultrafine particles, including PM10 and 2.5, and the measurement of climatic parameters. The results obtained indicated that VOCs and metals concentrations in brick dust do not exceed the regulatory limit values, and this is not the case for the concentration of formaldehyde and the concentrations of PM10 fraction, which can be explained by the adjaction of this demonstrative building to an industrial site. On the other hand, the thermal test, in situ, demonstrates that sediment-amended brick 43 wall has a better performance than a standard brick wall.
mots clés Brick, building, sediment, valorization, on site
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