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|Title:||Thermal insulation material based on reed and straw fibres bonded with sodium silicate and rosin|
|Citation:||Bakatovich, A., Gaspar, F., Boltrushevich, N. Thermal insulation material based on reed and straw fibres bonded with sodium silicate and rosin (2022) Construction and Building Materials 352,129055. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2022.129055|
|Abstract:||The most used insulating materials have advantageous characteristics for construction, such as low cost, but at the same time, have significant disadvantages such as the environmental footprint. Plant raw materials are a significant reserve for the production of thermal insulation materials in various regions of the world. The results of practical experimental studies indicate promising results on the use of crop waste as a raw material for obtaining thermal insulation materials with high thermal insulation characteristics.|
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