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Title: Application of mathematical model methods for optimization tasks in construction materials technology
Authors: Fomina, E.V.
Kozhukhova, N.I.
Sverguzova, S.V.
Fomin, A.E.
Keywords: Authors of BSTU
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Abstract: In this paper, the regression equations method for design of construction material was studied. Regression and polynomial equations representing the correlation between the studied parameters were proposed. The logic design and software interface of the regression equations method focused on parameter optimization to provide the energy saving effect at the stage of autoclave aerated concrete design considering the replacement of traditionally used quartz sand by coal mining by-product such as argillite. The mathematical model represented by a quadric polynomial for the design of experiment was obtained using calculated and experimental data. This allowed the estimation of relationship between the composition and final properties of the aerated concrete. The surface response graphically presented in a nomogram allowed the estimation of concrete properties in response to variation of composition within the x-space. The optimal range of argillite content was obtained leading to a reduction of raw materials demand, development of target plastic strength of aerated concrete as well as a reduction of curing time before autoclave treatment. Generally, this method allows the design of autoclave aerated concrete with required performance without additional resource and time costs.
Description: Application of mathematical model methods for optimization tasks in construction materials technology / E.V. Fomina , N.I. Kozhukhova , S.V. Sverguzova , A.E. Fomin // IOP Conf. Series: Journal of Physics. - 2018. - 1015. - 052015.
URI: http://dspace.bstu.ru/jspui/handle/123456789/2040
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