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KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 significant noticed that it is greater than LB and LC walls. The AAC block encourages the thermal comfort from studied experimentally. IC-353 A FIELD STUDY OF HYGROTHERMAL PERFORMANCE OF AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE BLOCKS UNDER HOT HUMID CLIMATE OF THAILAND Yothin Ungkoon, U-Cheul Chin, Jongjit Hirunlabh, Panya Yodovard, Joseph Khedari International Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical and Materials Engineering (ICRAMME 2005), May 30-31, 2005, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia This paper reports further investigation on experimental field comparative study of hygrothermal performance of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) compared to Red Clay Brick (RB) under Thailand tropical climate. Comparison was conducted using two small houses built with 4 sides-wall area of 2.4 m x 2.3 m. The walls' thickness was 10 cm with no paint in both internal and external sides. The roof made by grey concrete tiles and gypsum ceiling, was well insulated to minimize roof heat gain. The inclination of the roof angle was 30° to the horizontal plane. Each house was equipped with an air-conditioner 1 ton refrigeration nominal capacity. Experiments were conducted with closed windows and doors for both normal and air-conditioned conditions. Spraying water continuously around the houses simulated high humid weather conditions (rain). It was observed that the clay brick wall had higher temperatures than the AAC wall. Heat flux transmitted through the AAC was about half that transmitted through the RB wall. It was also observed that moisture ratio variation within the AAC house was different than that of the RB house either slightly higher or lower depending on test conditions and time of the day, indicating therefore, less moisture transmission through the AAC material. The energy consumption of the air-conditioner turned at night (6:00 p.m.-6:00 a.m.) of the AAC house was about 20-30% lower than that of the RB house. These results confirmed therefore the good hygrothermal performance of AAC under tropical climate. IC-354 A FIELD COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS 201 OF PROPERTIES OF COMMON WALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS IN THAILAND Yothin Ungkoon, U-Cheul Chin, Jongjit Hirunlabh, Belkacem Zeghmati, Panya Yodovard, Joseph Khedari International Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical and Materials Engineering (ICRAMME 2005), May 30-31, 2005, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia This study presents a field comparison of thermophysical and mechanical properties between Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC), lightweight concrete block (LC), red clay bricks and concrete block, which is widely used in most of construction works in the local market in Thailand. It was observed that the autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) building material has excellent fire resistance, heat insulation compared to the other materials. When the building is being designed, the user should consider these specifications in order to have desirable outcomes. Field studies and tests revealed also that AAC can prevent the heat from getting into the building and can avoid humidity accumulation in the wall, much better than lightweight concrete and red clay brick. IC-355 IMPACT OF RICE HUSK ASH ON THE PERFORMANCE OF DURIAN FIBERBASED CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS Sarocha Charoenvai, Joseph Khedari, Jongjit Hirunlabh, Michel Daguenet, Daniel Quenard 10DBMC International Conference on Durability of Building Materials and Components, April 17-20, 2005, Lyon, France The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of rice husk ash on the performance of durian fiber-based construction materials. Rice husk ash is a by-product of power-plant. Physical and chemical properties of the Portland cement and rice husk ash were investigated. X- Ray diffraction analysis revealed the presence of quartz silicon dioxide in rice husk ash. Examination of the X-Ray fluorescence analysis of rice husk ash showed that silicon dioxide was the principal minerals of rice husk ash. Rice husk ash was detected by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). It revealed that rice husk ash have irregular and crushed shaped particle. In this study, mixing proportion conditions of International Conference

202 durian fiber-based construction material production are as follows, durian fiber length of < 2 mm, cement: sand: durian fiber as 1: 1: 0.10 and 0.6 W/C ratio. Two sizes of sand commercially available were considered: < 0.71 mm and 0.855 ± 0.145 mm. Rice husk ash was used to replace Portland cement type I by weight of 0%, 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% to produce composite. Dimensions per spicemen were fabricated : 5: 5: 5 cm 3 . Spicemens were incubated in water for 28 days. The reults revealed the replacement of Portland cement type I with 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% of ground rice husk ash produced high strength durian fiber based construction material and 30% and replacing portland cement type I by ground rice husk ash gave the highest compressive strength. Compressive strength of composites increased when its fineness was increased by grinding. The fineness of rice husk ash was the major factor affecting the strength of composites. The results also showed that the bulk density and thermal conductivity of composites are inversely proportional to the percentage of rice husk ash content and size of sand. In addition, chemical composition of durian fiber from dried durian peel revealed that durian fiber is composed of holocellose, hemicelluse and lignin. Replacing partial Portland cement by rice husk ash reduced alkaline pore water in the composite, thus, reduced breaking the link between the individual fiber cells. Rice husk ash can slow down the embrittelment process of natural fiber composite. IC-356 THE EFFECT OF SLUDGE FROM BIOGAS APPLICATION TO CROP AND SOIL [SOIL NUTRIENTS CHANG, GROWTH AND YIELD OF ASPARAGUS (Aseparagus officinalis L.)] Kotchakorn Kongkaew, Wasana Manish, Todsaporn Tongtieng The 1 st International Symposium on Sustainable Agriculture for Subtropical Regions (ISSASR- 1), November 23-25, 2005, Changsha, People’s Republic of China, p. 75 In order to reduce more and more chemical fertilizer used in Asparagus planting of the farmers in Pootharam district, Ratchaburi province, the effects of sludge from biogas digesting and chemical fertilizer on soil properties, growth and yield of Asparagus was investigated in the farmer field during January to KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 April 2004. The experiment was arranged as a randomized completed block design with 3 replications on clayey soil, Aerie Tropaqepts; Fine, mixed, non-acid. Five different fertilizer applications included 1) application of 12.5 t/ ha -1 animal manure + 15-5-20 of 2 t /ha -1 (T1), 2) application of 6.25 t/ ha -1 animal manure + 12-24-12 of 2.53 t /ha -1 (T2), 3) application of 6.25 t /ha -1 sludge + 15-5-20 of 2 t /ha -1 (T3), 4) application of 20.5 t /ha -1 sludge + 15-5-20 of 1 t /ha -1 (T4) and 5) application of 34.8 t /ha -1 sludge (T5) were used as treatments. The results revealed that significant yield weight of good grade was obtained in the treatment of application of 34.8 t ha -1 sludge (T5) compared to the treatment of T2. The low grade and total fresh yields weight was not significantly among all treatments. When the yield of Asparagus was separated into the three groups of standard size of A, B and C grades, corresponding results to the yield of good grade was found. The application of 34.8 t ha -1 sludge (T4) yielded significantly the A and B grades of Asparagus more than another treatments. In term of soil nutrients change, soil nitrogen, organic matter, Fe, Mg, and Cu in Tl was increased significantly compared to the soil nutrient prior to experiment, but it was not found in the treatment of application of 34.8 t /ha -1 sludge (T4). In conclusion, the application of 34.8 t /ha -1 sludge yielded well Asparagus of A and B grades in the range of 12-15 t ha -1 y -1 , although lead to higher soil nutrients decreasing more than T1. Learning Institute IC-357 A JOURNEY OF LEARNING TOWARDS HAPPINESS Subhashini Passi The 19 th International Conference, “Learning Organization in a Learning World” (ICLORD 2005), April 18-22, 2005, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 882-889 This paper is a story of a learning life based upon social and personal experiences that emanated from philosophical analysis, historical readings, and personal experiences. The story of this learning has three phases; introduction, experimentation and conclusions. The process outcomes are embedded along the journey and product outcomes are given at the end. International Conference

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