Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 12
Page No. 931 - 936

The Control of Building Composite Structure Formation Through the Use of Multifunctional Modifiers

Authors : Aleksandr Anatolevich Volodchenko, Valery Stanislavovich Lesovik, Liliya Hasanovna Zagorodnjuk, Anatoly Nikolaevich Volodchenko and Kuprina Anna Aleksandrovna

Abstract: The study of the environmental management, the use of natural and environmentally friendly man-made materials, the introduction of new, modern, energy-efficient and resource-saving technologies at the creation of construction materials is one of the major problems that appeared since, the mid of the XX-th century. The use of non-traditional raw clay as the component of inorganic dispersed systems in the production of construction composites allows you to justify theoretically and confirm experimentally the possibility of controlling the structure formation processes to produce materials with the desired properties by introducing into the raw mass of non-traditional clay rocks for construction industry. Using non-traditional raw clay as inorganic plasticizing systems in construction materials production, the transition from the traditional raw material is possible to obtain the composite materials based on natural multifunctional materials that will speed up the synthesis of new formations change their morphology and optimize the microstructure of cement compounds and thus will improve the performance of products. On the basis of a special clay material used as an organic plasticizer one may obtain efficient, energy-saving highly porous painted wall building materials with low energy consumption.

How to cite this article:

Aleksandr Anatolevich Volodchenko, Valery Stanislavovich Lesovik, Liliya Hasanovna Zagorodnjuk, Anatoly Nikolaevich Volodchenko and Kuprina Anna Aleksandrovna, 2015. The Control of Building Composite Structure Formation Through the Use of Multifunctional Modifiers. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 10: 931-936.

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