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Title: Evaluation of service frost resistance of ceramic facing tiles
Other Titles: Keraminių apdailos plytelių atsparumo šalčiui įvertinimas
Authors: Mačiulaitis, Romualdas
Kičaitė, Asta
Nagrockienė, Džigita
Kudabienė, Gema
Keywords: Service frost resistance
Glazed ceramic tile
Reserve of pore volume
Residual mass of tile
Residual surface of tile
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas
Citation: Mačiulaitis, R.; Kičaitė, A.; Nagrockienė, D.; Kudabienė, G. 2004. Evaluation of service frost resistance of ceramic facing tiles, Journal of civil engineering and management 10(4): 285-293.
Abstract: The problem of frost resistance is relevant to facing materials, especially glazed ceramic tiles. Analysing the processes of ceramic tile destruction it is important to take into account the primary destruction symptoms. New estimation of service frost resistance of ceramic tile according to residual surface and residual mass of the tile after a certain number of simulated service cycles is presented in the paper. Applying the new estimation, the forecast of frost resistance under extremely unfavourable service conditions may be performed. As for other ceramic products regarding frost resistance, one of the most important parameters is the reserve of pore volume. For a rapid estimation of service frost resistance of ceramic tile it is best to use several parameters under multiple correlation with the parameter of service frost resistance.
ISSN: 1392-3730
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