An Urban Planning Approach to the Climatization of Space Using Natural Resources Based on Ceramic Clay, Zeolite and Bentonite Clay
An advantage of this approach is that tiles made of heterogeneous natural materials can be built into urban objects of different architecture and energy profiles. Their right position in a room would enable natural ventilation based on changes in the air composition that would reduce the exchange of air with the environment, reduce heating costs during the winter and provide cooling during the summer while at the same time maintaining relatively similar air composition. The research showed that sand and ceramic clay enable quicker drying of the sample in comparison to bentonite clay, polyphosphate and a plasticizer enable.
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