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Year 2022, Volume 6, Issue 1, 1 - 9, 29.06.2022

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Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials

Year 2022, Volume 6, Issue 1, 1 - 9, 29.06.2022

Abstract

Human comfort inside or outside of the houses has been related also with surrounding temperature. Concrete masses used in urban areas influence surrounding air temperature due to their heat storage properties. Due to surrounding air temperature they absorb or supply heat energy through conductions, convention or radiation manners. Sun heated solid masses in cities mainly; roads, roofs, buildings’ external walls, parking lots etc. have therefore influenced urban air temperatures. Heat energy originated due to radiation waves of sun have been accumulated on surfaces of those solid materials and then excess heat is ready to be transferred to surrounding environments (solids, liquids, gasses). That is, excess heat accumulated on concrete facades or concrete structural elements cause temperature increase around them until their temperatures have been levelled. This is favourable in winter (cold weather) for inside comfort of houses, but, it is disturbing in summer (hot weather) times. Small concrete facade samples had been prepared in this study to define their differences in heat energy storage capacities. Cool facade test samples were studied by preparing them by using raw materials; acidic & basic tuffs, fine waste materials from marble & travertine dimensioning facilities, cement factory fine size wastes, and fly ashes of power plant to observe their heat accumulation characteristics.

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  • [2] M. Taleghani, D. Sailor and G. Ban-Weiss, Micrometeorological simulations to predict the impacts of heat mitigation strategies on pedestrian thermal comfort in a Los Angeles neighbourhood, Environmental Research Letters, 2016, 11, 024003, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/2/024003.
  • [3] Media Hub, Ashghal completes the works of cool pavement paint, Media Hub, Press Releases, Aug, 19th 2019, Internet page, www.ashghal.gov.qa/en/MediaHub/News.
  • [4] M. Santamouris, N. Gaitani, A. Spanou, M. Saliari, K. Giannopoulou, K. Vasilakopoulou and T. Kardomateas, Using cool paving materials to improve microclimate of urban areas, Design realization and results of the Flisvos Project, Building and Environment, 2012, 53, 128-136.
  • [5] J.M. Huang, R. Ooka, A. Okada, T. Omori and H. Huang, The effects of urban heat island mitigation strategies on the outdoor thermal environment in central Tokyo - A numerical simulation, The Seventh Asia-Pacific Conference on Wind Engineering, Nov.8-12th 2009, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • [6] J. Roesler and S. Sen, Impact of pavements on the urban heat island, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Centre for Highway Pavement Preservation, CHPP, US Department of Transportation-Research and Innovative Technology Administration, RITA, 2016, p99.
  • [7] HARC, Dallas urban heat island, Report summary, Dallas sustainable skylines initiative, Houston Advanced Research Centre, HARC, 2009, Texas, US.
  • [8] H. E. Gilbert, P. J. Rosado, G. Ban-Weiss, J. T. Harvey, H. Li, B. H. Mandel, D. Millstein, A. Mohegh, A. Saboori and R. M. Levinson, Energy and environmental consequences of a cool pavement campaign, Energy and Buildings, 2017, 157, 53–77.
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Primary Language English
Subjects Materials Science, Multidisciplinary
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Mehmet Kemal GÖKAY> (Primary Author)
KONYA TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0003-3792-9414
Türkiye


Kemal DOĞAN>
KONYA TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0001-9417-982X
Türkiye

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Publication Date June 29, 2022
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 6, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { ijent1098198, journal = {International Journal of Environmental Trends (IJENT)}, issn = {2602-4160}, address = {ijentjournal@gmail.com}, publisher = {Muhammed Kamil ÖDEN}, year = {2022}, volume = {6}, number = {1}, pages = {1 - 9}, title = {Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials}, key = {cite}, author = {Gökay, Mehmet Kemal and Doğan, Kemal} }
APA Gökay, M. K. & Doğan, K. (2022). Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials . International Journal of Environmental Trends (IJENT) , 6 (1) , 1-9 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijent/issue/70652/1098198
MLA Gökay, M. K. , Doğan, K. "Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials" . International Journal of Environmental Trends (IJENT) 6 (2022 ): 1-9 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijent/issue/70652/1098198>
Chicago Gökay, M. K. , Doğan, K. "Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials". International Journal of Environmental Trends (IJENT) 6 (2022 ): 1-9
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ISNAD Gökay, Mehmet Kemal , Doğan, Kemal . "Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials". International Journal of Environmental Trends (IJENT) 6 / 1 (June 2022): 1-9 .
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Vancouver Gökay M. K. , Doğan K. Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials. International Journal of Environmental Trends (IJENT). 2022; 6(1): 1-9.
IEEE M. K. Gökay and K. Doğan , "Cool concrete facades produced from waste materials", International Journal of Environmental Trends (IJENT), vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 1-9, Jun. 2022

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