Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2014
Volume: 9
Issue: 10
Page No. 674 - 679

Abstract: One of the promising trends now a days is the designing of walling materials which would efficiently fulfill their functions of saving the energy, spent for creating and maintaining the necessary indoor temperature conditions. The increasing demands of the modern society in the sphere of architecture and urban construction impose new higher requirements to building materials many of which haven’t been produced in Russia before or have been underproduced. Now a days the designing of high-efficiency building materials is impossible without taking into account the requirements of builders, architects, customers and future dwellers. It requires a new integrated approach to designing general principles of managing the inorganic world objects’ development. The study describes the major aspects of producing the highly-efficient walling materials and the processes of pore formation and structure formation of highly-porous heat-insulating materials. By means of electron microscope MIRA SCAN and X-ray phase analysis the microstructure of the obtained glass composite has been researched.

How to cite this article:

Oleg Vladimirovich Puchka, Valeriy Stanislavovich Lesovik, Nina Ivanovna Minko, Sergey Sergeevich Vaysera and Maria Arkadievna Frolova, 2014. A New-Generation Heat-Insulating Constructional Glass Composite. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 9: 674-679.

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