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Study of Hydrothermal Behavior of Thermal Insulating Materials Based On Natural Fibers

Authors: J. Hroudova, J. Zach, J. Brozovsky

Abstract:

Thermal insulation materials based on natural fibers represent a very promising area of materials based on natural easy renewable row sources. These materials may be in terms of the properties of most competing synthetic insulations, but show somewhat higher moisture sensitivity and thermal insulation properties are strongly influenced by the density and orientation of fibers. The paper described the problem of hygrothermal behavior of thermal insulation materials based on natural plant and animal fibers. This is especially the dependence of the thermal properties of these materials on the type of fiber, bulk density, temperature, moisture and the fiber orientation.

Keywords: moisture, Thermal Conductivity, hemp fibers, thermal insulating materials, sheep wool fibers

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1096243

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