Asian Journal of Current Research
 

Asian Journal of Current Research, ISSN No. : 2456-804X, Vol.: 2, Issue.: 2

Original Research Article

ENERGY- AND RESOURCE SAVING TECHNOLOGIES OF BUILDING MATERIALS PRODUCTION USING SOLAR ENERGY

 

K. A. BISSENOV1, L. B. ARUOVA1* AND N. T. DAUZHANOV1

1Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda State University, 29A Aiteke Bi Street, Kazakhstan.

Abstracts

The article deals with the production of building materials as an important sector of the country's economy. This sector of the economy is characterized by a high level of material intensity. The problem of finding new sources of energy is the most important thing in the world. The article considers several methods of using solar energy for heat treatment of various types of concrete: heat treatment of conventional concrete in solar cells in polygon conditions, thermal treatment of ordinary concrete, polystyrene concrete, arbolite with the use of a solar system with an intermediate coolant at landfills and in closed shops, heat treatment of ordinary concrete, polystyrene concrete, arbolite at polygons in helioforms with energy duplication through solar modules, thermal treatment of foam concrete with the use of solar and electric energy at landfills. The use of solar energy for heat treatment of various concretes is a new energy-efficient promising direction, developed by scientists of Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda state university. The use of solar technology makes it possible to save 50-100% of traditional fuels with an environmentally friendly environment, without emissions from fuel combustion, high quality and low cost of concrete products and structures. All developed technologies of the university are aimed at reducing the impact on the environment, energy- and resource saving and achieving a high level of quality for life for the population. As a whole, the scientists of the Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda state university, see the formula for the development of science in the new decade sustainable development of Kazakhstan in the future.

Keywords :

Energy efficiency; resource saving; solar energy; concrete;arbolite; foam concrete; temperature; humidity.