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Experimental Approach of Measuring Thermal Properties for Ecological Materials Based on Additives Cork or Wool and Illite

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Soumia Mounir

LEME-University Mohammed V-Rabat,
EST Sale,
227 Avenue Prince Heritier,
Sale, Morocco
e-mail: Soumia.mounir@gmail.com

Abdelhamid Khabbazi

LEME-University Mohammed V-Rabat,
EST Sale,
227 Avenue Prince Heritier,
Sale, Morocco
e-mail: abdelhamidkab@hotmail.com

Youssef Maaloufa

LEME-University Mohammed V-Rabat,
EST Sale,
227 Avenue Prince Heritier,
Sale, Morocco
e-mail: y.maaloufa@gmail.com

Asmae Khaldoun

University Akhawayn-Ifrane,
Avenue Hassan II, BP 104,
Ifrane 53000, Morocco

Yassine El Hamdouni

LEME-University Mohammed V–Rabat,
EST Sale,
227 Avenue Prince Heritier,
Sale, Morocco
e-mail: yassineelhamdouni@gmail.com

Contributed by the Heat Transfer Division of ASME for publication in the JOURNAL OF THERMAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS. Manuscript received July 21, 2015; final manuscript received November 18, 2015; published online January 5, 2016. Assoc. Editor: Ali J. Chamkha.

J. Thermal Sci. Eng. Appl 8(2), 021012 (Jan 05, 2016) (9 pages) Paper No: TSEA-15-1195; doi: 10.1115/1.4032180 History: Received July 21, 2015; Revised November 18, 2015

This work is a contribution to understand the thermal properties of Illite with ecological additives granular presented by cork or fiber by wool in order to use those composites in building construction, the composites are air dried. Knowing that the clay composites were studied before, a series of experimental studies confirmed by complete theoretical models were conducted using different methods such as the asymmetrical hot plate in transient, steady-state regime, and flash methods in order to determine the thermal properties of the composite clay with ecological additives. Also, an analysis of sensibility of thermal properties was studied. For this purpose, a thermal characterization using hot plate and flash methods confirmed by complete theoretical models was studied. Then an analysis of the physicochemical characterization of clay was done to determine its characteristics. Finally, a study of depth heat flow diffusion was conducted to see the effect of additives on penetrating exterior heat flow inside house.

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X-Ray diffractometer spectrum of the clay sample extracted from Ifrane region

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X-Ray diffraction of the (a) clay sample oriented, (b) clay calcinated at 500 °C, and (c) oriented lame saturated with ethylene glycol

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Clay and sheep wool

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View of the composite clay–wool on different percentages of wool

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View of the composite clay–cork on different percentages of cork

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View of hot plate method in transient regime

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Schema of the experimental device in transient regime

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View of hot plate method in steady-state regime

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Schema of the flash method

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(a) Experimental and modeled hot plate temperature curves and (b) reduced sensitivity curves of fitting parameters for the composites clay–wool and clay–cork

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Thermal conductivity of the composite clay–wool

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Thermal conductivity of the composite clay–cork

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Depth of heat flow diffusion according to time

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