MANUFACTURING ARBOLITIC BUILDING PRODUCTS USING SOLAR ENERGY

Author(s): 
L. B. Aruova1*, A.B. Aruova2, Zh. A. Shashpan1 , A.O. Utkelbaeva3 , N.B. Alibekov3

Affiliation(s): 
1Technology of industrial and civil construction department, Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilev, Astana, The Republic of Kazakhstan
2Higher Mathematics department, S. Seifullin Kazakh Agrotechnical University, Astana, The Republic of Kazakhstan
3Architecture and construction department, Kyzylorda state university named after Korkyt Ana, Kyzylorda, The Republic of Kazakhstan
*Corresponding author’s email: alyazat@yahoo.com

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This article examines the potential of using arbolite as a building material based on agricultural waste, thereby solving the problem of product recycling and quality. This article introduces some innovative methods of thermal arbolite processing using climatic resources – solar energy. This article examines the potential of treating arbolite by various methods of heat treatment, at which the solar energy utilization is the optimal one. There are new data on the physical and technical arbolite testing, as well as on the structural studies of material. The temperature field and the hardening kinetics of a product, shaped in a metal die, were simulated at mixed convective and radiative heat treatment of product surface to solve technological problems of treating arbolitic products with heat using solar energy. The introduced technology underwent the technical and economic analysis.