An innovative light weight composite panel system for high speed modular construction
Grant number: LP140100504 | Funding period: 2015 - 2019
This project aims to develop an innovative composite panel system using aerated geopolymer and a thin high strength steel casing. The new panel system aims to have a number of significant enhancements compared to traditional panels in terms of load resistance, much lower carbon footprint and life-cycle costs. It aims to offer desirable properties, such as being light-weight, easy to construct, economical, recyclable and reusable. A significant gap in knowledge exists in the material and system behaviour of the aerated geopolymer and its fire performance. It is intended that a comprehensive research program will be carried out to address those challenges and to provide design guidelines to ra..View full description
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Hyuk Lee, Vanissorn Vimonsatit, Prinya Chindaprasirt, Ngo Tuan, Priyan Mendis
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Ailar Hajimohammadi, Tuan Ngo, Priyan Mendis, Tuan Nguyen, Alireza Kashani, Jannie SJ van Deventer
In geopolymers foamed by H2O2, it is important to consider the impact of mix design on both geopolymerisation reaction and the H2O..