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The Resource Sustainable and nonconventional construction materials using inorganic bonded fiber composites, edited by Holmer Savastano Junio, Juliano Fiorelli, Sergio Francisco dos Santos

Sustainable and nonconventional construction materials using inorganic bonded fiber composites, edited by Holmer Savastano Junio, Juliano Fiorelli, Sergio Francisco dos Santos

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Sustainable and nonconventional construction materials using inorganic bonded fiber composites
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Sustainable and nonconventional construction materials using inorganic bonded fiber composites
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edited by Holmer Savastano Junio, Juliano Fiorelli, Sergio Francisco dos Santos
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Woodhead Publishing series in civil and structural engineering
Sustainable and nonconventional construction materials using inorganic bonded fiber composites, edited by Holmer Savastano Junio, Juliano Fiorelli, Sergio Francisco dos Santos
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Sustainable and nonconventional construction materials using inorganic bonded fiber composites, edited by Holmer Savastano Junio, Juliano Fiorelli, Sergio Francisco dos Santos
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  • Front Cover; Sustainable and Nonconventional Construction Materials using Inorganic Bonded Fiber Composites; Copyright Page; Contents; List of contributors; Foreword; Summary; Introductory remarks-the nonconventional materials (NOCMAT) for sustainable infrastructure regeneration in 21st century; Introduction; Natural materials in historic constructions; Application of vegetable fibers; Reinforced adobes as energy saving construction materials; Fibrous composite materials; Vegetable fiber-cement durability; Concluding remarks; Acknowledgment; References
  • 1 Engineered vegetable and other natural fibers as reinforcing elements1 Lignocellulosic residues in cement-bonded panels; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Material and methods; 1.2.1 Raw materials; 1.2.2 Physical and chemical characterization of the lignocellulosic feedstock; 1.2.3 Experimental design and production of the cement-bonded panels; 1.2.4 Determination of the panel properties and statistical analysis; 1.3 Results and discussion; 1.3.1 Physical and chemical characterization of the lignocellulosic material; 1.3.2 Physical properties of the cement-bonded panels
  • 1.3.3 Mechanical properties of the panels1.4 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 2 The effect of sodium hydroxide surface treatment on the tensile strength and elastic modulus of cellulose nanofiber; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Experimental fiber preparation procedure and test methods; 2.2.1 Alkali treatment; 2.2.2 Mechanical defibrillation; 2.2.3 Cellulose nanofiber film production; 2.2.4 Mechanical testing; 2.2.5 Transmission electron microscopy; 2.3 Results and discussion; 2.4 Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References
  • 3 Interfacial transition zone between lignocellulosic fiber and matrix in cement-based composites3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Aspects of the bulk cementitious matrix; 3.3 Relevant aspects related to the lignocellulosic fiber; 3.4 Fiber-matrix interactions; 3.5 Processing and curing methods; 3.5.1 Slurry dewatering followed by pressing; 3.5.2 Extrusion process; 3.5.2.1 Rheology of extruded mixtures; 3.5.2.2 Assessment of the processes: Slurry dewatering versus extrusion; 3.5.3 Accelerated carbonation for curing; 3.6 Concluding remarks; Acknowledgments; References; Further reading
  • 4 Treatments for viable utilization of vegetable fibers in inorganic-based composites4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Pretreatment methods; 4.2.1 Chemical treatment; 4.2.1.1 Acidic pretreatment; 4.2.1.2 Alkaline pretreatment; 4.2.1.3 Coating; 4.2.1.4 Drying/rewetting cycles; 4.2.2 Physical treatment; 4.2.2.1 Mechanical: pulping; 4.2.2.2 Thermal: pyrolysis; 4.3 Influence of treatment on morphology and chemical composition of fiber; 4.3.1 Influence on morphology and texture; 4.3.1.1 Origin of fibers; 4.3.1.2 Chemical treatment of fibers; Acid and alkaline hydrolysis; Coating
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