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Proceedings pro131 : 3rd International Conference on Bio-Based Building Materials ICBBM 2019


Title: 3rd International Conference on
Bio-Based Building Materials
ICBBM 2019
Edited by: Mohammed Sonebi and Sofiane Amziane
ISBN:
e-ISBN : 978-2-35158-229-9
Pages: 743
Publication date: 2019

The first International Conference on Bio-based Building Materials (3BM) ICBBM2015 was held in Clermont-Ferrand, 22-24 June 2015. More than 150 participants from 32 countries attended the conference. Approximately 120 papers were selected for publications in the proceedings. In 2017 a significant progress has been made in the research, development and implementation of 3BM, and the second International Conference on Bio-Based Building Materials ICBBM-EcoGrafi 2017 was held in the same city from 21-23 June 2017. More than 230 participants from a wide range of academics, researchers, students, designers and policy makers and end-users from 40 countries and 130 papers were presented at the conference
The ICBBM2019 is an international forum for information dissemination and exchange, discussions and debates on research and practice related to innovative bio-construction materials and technologies with objectives for sustainable development. To dynamically address these, and to capitalise real opportunities which they present for the future, Queen’s University Belfast and University Auvergne bring together leading building and civil engineering sector players and international experts, and other key stakeholders for what promises to be a landmark event in 2019's professional and business calendar. Working together in an international context is nowadays a basic condition for progress. The considerable developments and challenges in a rapidly changing world ask for grouping of forces and a common approach.
The conference attracted 150 people a wide range of academics, scientists, researchers, students, designers, policy makers and other industrialists from a wide variety of backgrounds, including fields of engineering, materials, sustainable, architecture, and ecological technologies, biomaterials, materials sciences, environmental engineering and government agencies, end-users, etc. Participants have the opportunity to share ideas on the state-of-the-art innovations, state-of-the-practice and future trends of bio-based building materials and sustainable materials used in construction.
The ICBBM2019 proceedings include the keynote lectures and papers presented at ICBBM2019 conference. It consists of a book of full texts of papers and extended abstracts: 4 plenary papers and 120 papers from over 28 countries. The plenary keynotes and papers cover the wide spectrum of the topics related to Natural fibres and materials, Mechanical performances of bio-based building materials and design properties, Hygroscopic and hygrothermal properties of biomaterials, Acoustic and durability performance of bio-materials, sustainability of bio-based materials, Agro-by products, treatment of fibres, Eco-friendly binders with low CO2-emission and Low embodied carbon energy, Advances in research methodologies and Bio-materials testing, modeling building materials Rammed earth, Lifecycle assessment of materials, recycling materials, and others.
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee of ICBBM2019, we would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to all our contributors and participants for their carefully prepared, stimulating and thought provoking manuscripts; to the organisers of conference for their dedicated task; to the members of the Technical and Scientific Committee for their time and effort of reviewing the papers and their valuable assistance, without which the conference could not be formed.
The organisation of a conference of this scale could not have been possible without the support and contributions of many organisations and individuals. This conference would not have been possible without the financial support given by the numerous sponsors. We also value the support of RILEM organization (The International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures), American Concrete Institute (ACI) and Concrete Society (CS).
Thanks go to all those who have devoted their time and effort to the organization of the conference and publication of the proceedings, including secretarial staffs and research students for their diligent work in bringing this ICBBM2019 to success!


Contents


Chp 1. Innovations in bio-based building materials - Natural materials


Influence of hemp retting on the hydration of ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and the properties of hemp wood-OPC concrete
Author(s): L. C. Hoang, S. Sabio, N. Perez, A. Day, P. Bono
Pages: 12-18

Various methods of binding light agricultural byproducts
Author(s): F. Bacoup, A. Mahieu, A. Vitaud, P. Drone, R. Gattin, N. Leblanc
Pages: 19-23

Characterisation of natural fibres for enhancement of concrete properties
Author(s): A. C. Da Costa Santos, P. Archbold
Pages: 24-31

Re-baling straw for better insulation
Author(s): S. L. Platt, P. Walker, D.l Maskell, A. Laborel-Préneron
Pages: 32-36

Study of different spruce strands and their effect on the properties of wood-cement composites
Author(s): F. Gauvin, K. Kochova, V. Caprai, K. Schollbach, H. J. H. Brouwers
Pages: 37-41

Influence of origin and year of harvest on the performance of pith mortars
Author(s): M. S. Abbas, F. McGregor, A. Fabbri, Y. M. Ferroukhi
Pages: 42-48

Chp 1. Innovations in bio-based building materials - Material treatments


Development of sunflower-based insulation materials coated with glycerol esters to prevent microbial growth
Author(s): T. Verdier, L. Balthazard, M. Montibus, C. Magniont, P. Evon, A. Bertro
Pages: 50-56

Performance evaluation of palm stems fibers in cement-based materials
Author(s): Y. Zouaoui, A. Yahia, S. Metiche
Pages: 57-64

Comparative study of different linseed oil treatments on wood and hemp
Author(s): A. Bouchikhi-Gérardin, A. Brizou, F. Becquart, N. E. Abriak, E. Garcia-Diaz
Pages: 65-72

Optimization of the linseed oil treatment of flax fibres: influence on fresh properties of fibrereinforced mortars
Author(s): J. Page, S. Amziane, M. Gomina
Pages: 73-79

Chp 1. Innovations in bio-based building materials - New and eco-friendly binders


Effect of partial replacement of cement by MSWIBA on the properties of mortar
Author(s): H. Ghanem, M. Machaka, J. Khatib, A. Elkordi, O. Baalbaki
Pages: 82-89

Dry pack mortars for self-levelling floor compounds based on β-hemihydrate and modified phosphogypsum binder
Author(s): L. Dvorkin, N. Lushnikova, M. Sonebi
Pages: 90-96

Mechanical properties of geopolymer produced by rice husk ash calcined at low temperature
Author(s): C.-T. Chen, C.-H. Chang
Pages: 97-101

Partial replacement of cement by combination of fly ash and metakaolin in bamboo bio- concretes
Author(s): V. M. Andreola, M. Y. Rajiv da Gloria, D. O. Justo dos Santos, R. D. Toledo Filho
Pages: 102-106

Influence of fly ash on the compressive strength and young's modulus of concrete
Author(s): P. R. Lustosa1, M. S. Magalhães
Pages: 107-111

Some mechanical and thermal properties of vegetable aggregates cement composites : Evaluation of a new binder based on lime
Author(s): C. Onésippe, R. V. Ratiarisoa, K. Bilba, H. S. Junior, M. A. Arsène
Pages: 112-119

Low clinker slag Portland cement of increased activity
Author(s): L. Dvorkin, V. Zhitkovsky, Y. Stepasyuk, M. Sonebi
Pages: 120-126

Comparison between Portland cement concrete and geopolymer concrete based on metakaolin and granulated blast furnace slag with the same binder volume
Author(s): A. Hasnaoui, E. Ghorbel, G. Wardeh
Pages: 127-132

Chp 1. Innovations in bio-based building materials - Admixtures


Formulation of novel fire retardant additives for biobased insulation material
Author(s): V. Colson, M. Bourebrab, M. Dalmais, O. Jadeau, C. Lanos
Pages: 134-141

Bio-based rheology modifying agents
Author(s): M. Azima, A. G. Guldogan, Z.B. Bundur
Pages: 142-148

Properties of RCA concretes mixed with cement paste dissociation agent
Author(s): S. Yang, H. Lee, I. Oh, H. Lee, I. Hwang
Pages: 149-154

Chp 1. Innovations in bio-based building materials - Earth-based materials


Cast, compaction, vibro-compaction or extrusion: processing methods for optimizing the mechanical strength of raw earth-based materials
Author(s): S. Guihéneuf, D. Rangeard, A. Perrot
Pages: 156-163

Strength and stress-strain characteristics of coir fibre reinforced cement stabilised rammed earth
Author(s): R. S. B. Rathod, B. V. V. Reddy
Pages: 164-169

Potential organic binders to stabilize earth construction materials
Author(s): K. A. J. Ouedraogo, J. E. Aubert, C. Tribout, G. Escadeillas
Pages: 170-175

Evaluation of different raw earthen plasters stabilized with lime for bio-building exploitation
Author(s): A. E. Losini, P. Gallo Stampino, G. Dotelli, M. Bellotto, A. C. Grillet, M. Caruso, S. Sabbadini, J. Outin
Pages: 176-183

Addition of bio based reinforcement to improve workability, mechanical properties and water resistance of earth-based materials
Author(s): S. Guihéneuf, D. Rangeard, A. Perrot
Pages: 184-192

Influence of fiber on unconfined compressive strength of raw earth material by mix design
Author(s): S. Imanzadeh, A. Jarno, S. Taibi
Pages: 193-197

Hygrothermal properties of light earth insulation materials: evaluation of uncertainties and consequences
Author(s): T. Vinceslas, T. Colinart, H. Lenormand, A. Hellouin de Menibus, E. Hamard, T. Lecompte
Pages: 198-203

Adobe bricks of greenlandic fine-grained rock material
Author(s): I. M. G. Bertelsen, L. J. Belmonte, L. M. Ottosen
Pages: 204-209

Towards field-oriented tests to evaluate the workability and cohesion of earth slips for building applications
Author(s): T. Vinceslas, T. Lecompte, H. Lenormand, A. Hellouin de Menibus, E. Hamard, T. Colinart
Pages: 210-216

Earth construction materials: From past to modern buildings
Author(s): J. E. Aubert
Pages: 217-220

Chp 1. Innovations in bio-based building materials - Innovative materials


Effects of Bacillus Subtilis on the compressive strength, porosity and rapid chloride permeability of concrete
Author(s): T. H. Nguyen, E. Ghorbel
Pages: 223-228

Characterisation of light weight concrete impregnated with cement and charcoal
Author(s): T. G. Bikoko, V. Y. Katte, G. N. Bawe, M. Fokou Dongmene, F. N. Okonta, J. C. Tchamba
Pages: 229-237

Regenerative hydrogel-based living microbial mortars: investigation of viability and strength in successive material generations
Author(s): S. L. Williams, J. Artier, J. Qiu, C. Heveran, A. Nagarajan, M. Hubler, S. M. Cook, J. C. Cameron, W. V. Srubar III
Pages: 238-243

Adhesion and rheology of fresh mortar joints: effects of organic additions
Author(s): R. Bouras, C. Si Hadj Mohand, M. Sonebi
Pages: 244-248

Rheological properties of 3D printing concrete containing sisal fibres
Author(s): M. Bohuchval, M. Sonebi, S. Amziane, A. Perrot
Pages: 249-255

Mechanical properties of 3D bio-printing cement-based materials
Author(s): M. Rubio, M. Sonebi, S. Amziane, A. Perrot
Pages: 256-261

Chp 2. Characterisation and modelling of bio-based material properties - Mechanical properties


Potential of oleaginous flax fibre as mortar reinforcement
Author(s): M. Saad, V. Sabathier, A. Turatsinze, C. Magniont
Pages: 263-269

Assessing variability of hemp concrete properties during experimental tests: a focus to specimens' number
Author(s): C. Niyigena, S. Amziane, A. Chateauneuf
Pages: 270-278

Selected properties of concrete containing palm fibers
Author(s): M. Machaka, A. Elkordi, H. Ghanem, J. Khatib, O. Baalbaki
Pages: 279-286

The effect of hydraulic cements on the flexural behavior of wool reinforced mortars
Author(s): A. P. Fantilli, D. Jóźwiak-Niedźwiedzka
Pages: 287-292

Lateral load carrying capacity of timber walls filled hemp concrete: experimental and numerical investigation
Author(s): H. Wadi, S. Amziane, E. Toussaint, M. Taazount
Pages: 293-299

Effect of coconut fiber content on the mechanical properties of mortars
Author(s): T. T. H. Bui, M. Boutouil, N. Sebaibi, D. Levacher
Pages: 300-307

Mechanical and physical properties of mortar of partially replaced fine aggregates with sawdust
Author(s): O. Nanayakkara, J. Xia
Pages: 308-313

Tensile performance of lime-based natural-fibre composites as strengthening systems for masonry
Author(s): N. Trochoutsou, M. Di Benedetti, K. Pilakoutas, M. Guadagnini
Pages: 314-320

Induced modification of flexural toughness of bio-lime based mortars by addition of giant reed fibers
Author(s): D. Badagliacco, B. Megna, A. Valenza
Pages: 321-327

Chp 2. Characterisation and modelling of bio-based material properties - Thermal and acoustic properties


Effect of compaction on thermal and hygric properties of hemp composites
Author(s): M. Viel, F. Collet, C. Lanos
Pages: 329-333

INFLUENCE OF CORK POWDER GRAINSIZE IN THERMAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CORK-NHL MORTARS
Author(s): B. Megna, D. Badagliacco, C. Sanfilippo, A. Valenza
Pages: 352 - 356

TOWARDS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING AND KNOWLEDGE OF BIOBASED MATERIALS THROUGH A NEW ACOUSTIC DATABASE
Author(s): P. Glé, T. Blinet, C. Guigou-Carter, T. Falwisanner, E. Kadri, F. Bou-Cherifi
Pages: 357 - 364

Chp 2. Characterisation and modelling of bio-based material properties - Hygroscopic behaviour


HYGRIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS USED FOR ISOBIO WALL SOLUTION FOR NEW BUILDINGS
Author(s): P. Glé, T. Blinet, C. Guigou-Carter, T. Falwisanner, E. Kadri, F. Bou-Cherifi
Pages: 367 - 373

A LOCAL KINETICS OF SORPTION MODEL: THEORETICAL BACKGROUND AND APPLICATION TO THE SIMULATION OF AN ISOBIO DEMONSTRATOR
Author(s): N. Reuge, F. Collet, S. Moissette, M. Bart, S. Pretot, C. Lanos
Pages: 374 - 380

MOISTURE BUFFERING CAPACITY OF CLAY BASED PLASTERS
Author(s): A. Phelipot-Mardelé, F. Collet , Y. Jiang, C. Lanos, M. Lawrence, M. Lemke
Pages: 381 - 388

DURABILITY AND HYGROTHERMAL PERFORMANCE OF BIO- BASED MATERIALS IN NORTHERN EUROPEAN CLIMATE
Author(s): M. Sinka, V. Obuka, D. Bajare. A. Jakovics
Pages: 389 - 395

BIO-BASED AND RECYCLED MATERIALS: CHARACTERISATION AND HYGROTHERMAL ASSESSMENT FOR PASSIVE RELATIVE HUMIDITY
Author(s): A. Romano, A. Bras, S. Grammatikos, A. Shaw and M. Riley
Pages: 396 - 401

Chp 2. Characterisation and modelling of bio-based material properties - Durability


PORE STRUCTURE AND CARBONATION OF HYDRATED LIME MORTAR WITH MUSSEL SHELL AGGREGATE
Author(s): C. Martínez-García; B. González-Fonteboa; D. Carro-López; F. Martínez-Abella
Pages: 403 - 409

THE EFFECT OF LONG TERM WEATHERING AND CARBONATION ON HEMP AND RAPESEED STRAW CONCRETE
Author(s): J. Sheridan, M. Sonebi, S. Taylor, S. Amziane
Pages: 410 - 415

MOISTURE- AND FREEZE-THAW-INDUCED DETERIORATION OF NATURAL FIBER COMPOSITES WITH LOW FIBER CONTENTS
Author(s): K. Noonan, K. Hess, W. Srubar
Pages: 416 - 422

BEHAVIOUR OF BIO-BASED MATERIAL IN MULTILAYER WALL DURING FIRE TEST
Author(s): M. Dalmais, V. Colson, T. Le Cunff,O. Jadeau, C. Lanos
Pages: 423 - 429

NATURAL FIBER-REINFORCED PLASTICS COMPOSITES: LONG-TERM PHYSICO-STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE IN FAÇADES
Author(s): D. Friedrich
Pages: 430 - 437

DURABILITY OF FLAX/BIO-EPOXY COMPOSITES INTENDED FOR STRENGTHENING APPLICATIONS IN CONSTRUCTION
Author(s): K. Benzarti, R. Chlela, M. Quiertant, S. Zombre, L. Curtil, M. Michel
Pages: 438 - 443

ASSESSMENT OF STRAW DEGRADATION INSIDE STRAW BALE WALLS IN SEVERE COLD REGION OF CHINA
Author(s): Yin.Xunzhi, Lawrence.Mike, Daniel.Maskell, Sun.Cheng
Pages: 444 - 450

COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CEMENTITIOUS MORTARS REINFORCED WITH NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC FIBRES PRIOR AND AFTER WET/DRY CYCLES
Author(s): B. Poletanović, I. Merta, A. Šajna, A. Mauko Pranjić, A. Mladenović
Pages: 451 - 455

DURABILITY OF BIO-BASED BUILDING MATERIALS
Author(s): R. D. Toledo Filho, M. Y. R. da Gloria, V. M. Andreola
Pages: 456 - 461

Chp 2. Characterisation and modelling of bio-based material properties - Microstructure and Porosity


POTENTIAL OF X-RAY TOMOGRAPHY FOR THE EXPLORATION OF VEGETAL CONCRETES’ POROUS STRUCTURE
Author(s): M. Lagouin, P. Sénéchal, P. Moonen, C. Magniont, J.E. Aubert, A. Laborel-Prénéron
Pages: 463 - 470

THERMO-STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOR OF SOFTWOOD UNDER HIGH X-RAY TOMOGRAPHY RESOLUTION
Author(s): K. Abahri, D. Kosiachevskyi, A. Rima, C. El Hachem, M. Chaouche
Pages: 471 - 477

MICRO-ANALYSIS ON THE INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF FIBRE-SOIL COMPOSITE
Author(s): Humphrey Danso
Pages: 478 - 484

WATER TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF CEMENT MORTARS WITH MUSSEL SHELL AGGREGATE
Author(s): Martínez-García, Carolina; González-Fonteboa, Belén; Carro-López, Diego; Martínez-Abella, Fernando
Pages: 485 - 491

WATER-RESISTANCE STUDY OF LINEAR FRICTION-WELDED THERMO- TREATED BEECH USING TOMOGRAPHY
Author(s): P. Lu, E. Baldenberger , P. Perré
Pages: 492 - 495

Chp 2. Characterisation and modelling of bio-based material properties - Innovative Testing Methods


CHARACTERISATION OF VEGETAL COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SETTING DELAYS IN HYDRAULIC BINDERS
Author(s): R. Pellet, S. Marceau, D. Diafi, A. Tagnit-Hamou, F. Farcas
Pages: 497 - 502

OPTIMIZING PRECIPITATION METHOD OF MICROBIAL CARBONATE PRECIPITATION ON MODEL RECYCLED AGGREGATE
Author(s): Welai Zeng, Yuxi Zhao, Zhangyao Feng, Zhenmei Lv, Surendra P. Shah
Pages: 503 - 507

DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD FOR ASSESSING RESISTANCE TO MOLD GROWTH: APPLICATION TO BIO-BASED COMPOSITES
Author(s): M. Viel, F. Collet, Y. Lecieux, M. François, V. Colson, C. Lanos, A. Hussain4 and M. Lawrence
Pages: 508 - 515

Chp 3. Applications of bio-based building materials - Valorization of mineral and recycled materials


THE DEVELOPMENT OF CELLULAR LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE MADE FROM OIL PALM FIBER AND BIOCHAR
Author(s): Panisa Sangkeaw, Withit Pansuk, Rungrawee Wattanapornprom
Pages: 517 - 524

BIOCHAR-CONCRETE COMPOSITE: MANUFACTURING, CHARACTERIZATION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURE
Author(s): Souradeep Gupta, Harn Wei Kua, Sze Dai Pang
Pages: 525 - 531

USE OF NATURAL MINERALS AS PROTECTIVE BARRIERS OF BACTERIA FOR SELF-HEALING MORTAR
Author(s): M.M. Tezer, Z.B. Bundur
Pages: 532 - 537

PRELIMINARY STUDIES OF HEMP AND RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE
Author(s): Samer Ghosn, Nour Cherkawi, Bilal Hamad
Pages: 538 - 542

CHARACTERIZATION OF MUSSEL SHELLS AS A BIO-BASED BUILDING INSULATION MATERIAL
Author(s): Martínez-García, Carolina; González-Fonteboa, Belén; Carro-López, Diego; Martínez-Abella, Fernando; Juan Luis Pérez Ordóñez
Pages: 543 - 549

PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE MADE OF FINE AGGREGATES PARTIALLY REPLACED BY INCINERATED MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE BOTTOM ASH
Author(s): O. Baalbaki, A. Elkordi, H. Ghanem, M. Machaka, J. M. Khatib
Pages: 550 -556

WASTE GLASS REUSE IN GEOPOLYMER BINDER PREPARED WITH METAKAOLIN
Author(s): A. Bouchikhi, M. Benzerzour, N.-E. Abriak, W. Maherzi, Y. M.-Pajany
Pages: 557 - 562

EFFECT OF RECYCLED PET FIBERS INCLUSION ON THE SHRINKAGE OF ADOBE BRICK
Author(s): G. R. L. Tavares, M. S. Magalhães
Pages: 563 - 568

PREDITION OF DEFLECTION IN REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS CONTAINING PLASTIC WASTE
Author(s): A. Jahami, J. Khatib, O. Baalbaki, M. Sonebi
Pages: 569 - 573

Chp 3. Applications of bio-based building materials - Agro by-products


EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON THE USE OF ALFA FIBERS AS REINFORCEMENT OF CEMENTITOIUS MATERIALS
Author(s): S. Ajouguim, C. Djelal, J. Page, M. Waqif, K. Abdelouahdi, L. Saâdi
Pages: 575 - 581

FORMULATION OF LIME MORTARS BASED ON NATURAL FIBERS AND WASTE MATERIALS FOR MORE SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS
Author(s): B. Megna, D. Badagliacco, C. Sanfilippo, T. La Mantia, L. Ercoli, A. Valenza
Pages: 582 - 587

COMPARISON OF CRIMSON FOUNTAINGRASS AND DISS FIBRES AS AGGREGATES FOR CEMENT MORTARS
Author(s): A. Valenza, D. Badagliacco, T. La Mantia, L. Ercoli, B. Megna
Pages: 588 - 593

USE OF ALTERNATIVE AGGREGATE FOR LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE PRODUCTION
Author(s): M. Silveira, L. Menali, M. da Gloria, R. Toledo Filho and S. Ferreira
Pages: 594 - 600

RECYCLING OF RAW WHEAT HUSK TO MANUFACTURE MAGNESIA CEMENT BASED LIGHTWEIGHT BUILDING MATERIALS
Author(s): V. Barbieri, M. Lassinantti Gualtieri, C. Siligardi
Pages: 601 - 608

Chp 3. Applications of bio-based building materials - Life cycle and environmental assessment


DYNAMIC LIFE CYLE CARBON ASSESSMENT OF THREE BAMBOO BIO-CONCRETES IN BRAZIL
Author(s): L. Caldas, F. Pittau, V. Andreola, G. Habert, A. Saraiva, R. Toledo Filho
Pages: 611 - 617

LIFE CYCLE SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF ENZYME-INDUCED CARBONATE PRECIPITATION (EICP) FOR FUGITIVE DUST CONTROL
Author(s): A.J. Raymond, C. Purdy, T. Fox, A. Kendall, J.T. DeJong1, E. Kavazanjian Jr., M. Woolley, K. Martin
Pages: 618 - 625

OPPORTUNITIES FOR REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS OF INSULATION MATERIALS IN CANADA AFTER CANNABIS LEGALIZATION
Author(s): A. Arrigoni, D. K. Panesar
Pages: 626 - 631

NUMERICAL STUDIES OF THE HYGROTHERMAL BEHAVIOUR OF A HEMP CONCRETE WALL: DIMENSIONLESS STUDY OF THE TRANSFER EQUATIONS
Author(s): M. Benhaled, S.-E. Ouldboukhitine, S. Amziane
Pages: 632 - 637

Chp 3. Applications of bio-based building materials - Social Issues


WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE OR LOW IMPACT CONCRETE?
Author(s): O. Kinnane, R. O’Hegarty, A. Reilly
Pages: 639 - 644

THE CORIANDER STRAW, AN ORIGINAL AGRICULTURAL BY-PRODUCT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BUILDING INSULATION MATERIALS
Author(s): E. Uitterhaegen, L. Labonne, S. Ballas, T. Véronèse, Ph. Evon
Pages: 645 - 651

A PICTURE ON BIO-BASED BUILDING MATERIALS AS THERMAL INSULATION FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS
Author(s): Z. F. El Faridy, A. Trabelsi, F. Kuznik
Pages: 652 - 659

PERFORMANCE OF BIO-BASED BUILDING MATERIALS - PRODUCTS MEETING EXPECTATIONS
Author(s): D. Jones
Pages: 660 - 667

Chp 3. Applications of bio-based building materials - Case studies


AGROBLOC PROJECT: BIO-BASED CONCRETE MASONRY BLOCKS
Author(s): S. Le Thierry, J. Rasori
Pages: 669 - 675

RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT OF GLUED LAMINATED BAMBOO (GLUBAM) AND CROSS-LAMINATED BAMBOO AND TIMBER (CLBT)
Author(s): Y. Xiao
Pages: 678 - 681

CASE STUDY: DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION METHODS FOR BIO-BASED CONSTRUCTION REALIZED WITH PAPER-BASED BUILDING MATERIALS.
Author(s): E. Kanli, R. Bach, R. Götzinger, N. Kiziltoprak,U. Knaack, S.Schabel, J. Schneider
Pages: 682 - 689

DEVELOPMENT OF (INTERACTIVE) FACADE ELEMENTS ON BASE OF WASTE MATERIALS OF (WASTE) WATER COMPANIES
Author(s): Willem Böttger, Wouter van Olphen, Jasper Sluis, Mark Lepelaar
Pages: 690 - 695

PERFORMANCE OF BIO-BASED FACADES
Author(s): S. Verspeek, F. Van der Burgh
Pages: 696 - 701

APPLICATION OF HEMP-LIME RENDERS TO IMPROVE INSULATION OF WALLS.
Author(s): J. McGinn, S. Pavia, O. Kinnane
Pages: 702 - 707

DEVELOPMENT OF BIOCHAR BASED INORGANIC BIO-COMPOSITE WITH IMPROVED THERMAL AND MOISTURE PERFORMANCE
Author(s): Hwayoung Lee, Seunghwan Wi, Jongki Lee, Sungwoong Yang, Sumin Kim
Pages: 733 - 734

Chp 4. Extended Abstracts - Innovations in bio-based building materials


CHARACTERIZATION AND TREATMENTS OF DISS FIBERS FOR BIOCOMPOSITES MANUFACTURE
Author(s): M. Nouri, M.Tahlaiti, F. Grondin
Pages: 709 -710

A LIGHTWEIGHT MAGNESIA-BASED CEMENT BY ORGANIC TEMPLATING
Author(s): M. Lassinantti Gualtieri, V. Barbieri, C. Siligardi
Pages: 711 -712

INFLUENCE OF A BIOADMIXTURE ON ADHESION PHENOMENA BETWEEN CONCRETE AND FORMWORK
Author(s): C. Chadfeau, E. Belhaj, S. Omary, C. Fond, F. Feugeas
Pages: 713 - 714

PROPERTIES OF MYCELIUM-COMPOSITE BIOBASED INSULATION MATERIALS WITH LOCAL ORGANIC WASTE STREAMS AS SUBSTRATE AND AFTER USE FOR MUSHROOM CULTIVATION.
Author(s): J. F. Vette, W. O. J. Böttger
Pages: 715 - 716

GYPSUM REPLACEMENT MATERIAL – A BIOBASED PROPOSAL
Author(s): A. P. Blanchet, A. Vu, A. Cloutier, B. Bissonnette
Pages: 717 - 718

Chp 4. Extended Abstracts - Thermo-physical characteristics of 3BM


COMPARISON OF THE PERFORMANCE OF BIO-BASED INSULATION MATERIALS WITH TRADITIONAL EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE
Author(s): P. Blanchet, C. Lafond
Pages: 721 - 722

HYGROTHERMAL PERFORMANCE OF A STRAW BALE BUILDING
Author(s): L. Freitas Dutra, G. Promis, O. Douzane, A.D. Tran Le, T. Langlet
Pages: 723 - 725

WHICH TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT SORPTION MODELS COULD BE USE TO PREDICT MASS TRANSFERS IN BIO-BASED BUILDING MATERIALS?
Author(s): G. Promis, L. Freitas Dutra1, O. Douzane, A.D. Tran Le, T. Langlet
Pages: 726 - 728

ACOUSTICAL PROPERTIES OF HEMP-CLAY : FROM MATERIAL TO WALL SCALE
Author(s): P. Glé, G. Massosa-Telo, E. Gourdon, A. Hellouin-de-Menibus, M. Degrave-Lemeurs
Pages: 729 - 730

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND NUMERICAL MODELLING OF HEAT AND MOISTURE TRANSFER OF A WALL BASED ON DATE PALM FIBERS CONCRETE
Author(s): T. Alioua, A. Boudenne, N. Chennouf, B. Agoudjil, K. Benzarti
Pages: 731 - 732

Chp 4. Extended Abstracts - Mechanical properties and durability of 3BM


Chp 4. Extended Abstracts - Social and environmental issues of bio-based building materials