SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS FROM WASTE AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE BLOCKS FOR RESIDENCE DESIGN

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ธีรายุธิ์ เศรษฐภักดีจ์ เกรียงศักดิ์ เขียวมั่ง บุญเชิด หนูอิ่ม

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The objective of this research was to design a unique residence in Thai house in the central region by using renewable materials in line with eco-design guidelines. Experiments on renewable materials for housing construction and decoration were to bring the autoclaved aerated concrete blocks (ACC), which damaged from the manufacturing process for grinding to produce as a substitute material containing ingredients: cement: fine sand: light weight concrete block crushed. It was found that the ingredients that were possible to be developed into building parts were the ingredients# 19, 21, 28, and 36, with the ratio of cement: fine sand: light weight concrete block equal to 1: ¼: ¾, 1: 0: 1, 1: 0: 2 and 1: 0: 3, respectively. The ingredient#19 could be developed for the production of tile roofs, concrete blocks and building walls, whereas the ingredient# 21 could be developed to produce tile roofs and building walls. Also, the ingredient# 28 and 36 could be developed to produce building walls. In terms of design, there was a design guideline by introducing the characteristics of Thai house in the central region, which was the enclosure space style building by using the circulation to separate each area, tall window and vertical building pattern, which was with the natural light from the vertical. Maintaining the base was by using the difference in the proportion of translucent and opaque materials as well as patterns occurring on building shell materials. Building pillars were 4 meters apart of poles to maintain the height of the building.

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เศรษฐภักดีจ์ธ., เขียวมั่งเ., & หนูอิ่มบ. (2019). SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS FROM WASTE AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE BLOCKS FOR RESIDENCE DESIGN. Journal of Industrial Education, 18(1), 199-208. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/153584
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