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NUMERICAL MODELLING OF HEAT TRANSFER IN GYPSUM

floors due to the endothermic gypsum dehydration process that takes place in high temperature When a gypsum board is subjected to fire the free and chemically bound water is released and transferred through the board absorbing energy and thus reducing the mean wall temperature This phenomenon can be of great importance from the safety point...

Prediction of Equilibrium Isotopic Fractionation of the

gypsum-water θ = from 0 176 C to 60 176 C is 05274 000063 The relationship is very insensitive to temperature 000002 per C The fact that 18O values of gypsum hydration water are greater than free water α18O gypsum-water gt 1 whereas D values of gypsum hydration water are less than free water D gypsum-water...

Chemically bound water as measure of degree of hydration

manufactured Water in pre-hydrated cement shall not be included in the determination of degree of hydration The sample may be more or less carbonated CO2 from a carbonated cement sample is released at ignition and must be distinguished from chemically bound water in cement Aggregate in concrete may contain crystal water that is released at...

Moisture transport condensation and dehydration of gypsum

50 RH The gypsum has a very low moisture content of 610-4 m 3 m-3 This relative humidity was chosen close to the average humidity in a building Compared to the amount of chemically bound water in gypsum the free water content is only 04 of the total water content...

Low temperature dynamics of molecular H2O in bassanite

The low temperature dynamics of molecular H 2 O has been studied in gypsum CaSO 4 2H 2 O bassanite CaSO 4 05 H 2 O and cordierite Mg 2 Al 4 Si 5 O 18 H 2 O using neutron spectroscopy In gypsum where the H 2 O is structurally bound and the protons can be located in diffraction studies inter- and intramolecular motions of the H 2 O and SO 4 groups have been observed...

The crystallization water of gypsum rocks is a relevant

18-08-2014 0183 32 Some minerals like gypsum hold water in their crystalline structure Although still unexplored the use of such crystallization water by organisms would point...

free bound water gypsum temperature Numerical

free bound water gypsum temperature Numerical board drying ie of boards containing a large excess of liquid not chemically bound water is very limited eg 10 Therefore a study on gypsum board drying by means of numerical modelling is undertaken in this paper to identify the main characteristics of the drying process and to propose focus points for future research...

Numerical analysis of convective drying of gypsum boards

free stream air speed m/s w moisture content of gypsum board kg/m³ w ini not chemically bound water is very limited eg 10 Therefore temperatures in the gypsum boards below 100 176 C Upon entry in the drier the gypsum board temperature is...

Gypsum Board Reaction Kinetics at Elevated Temperatures

At temperatures up to 300 176 C the materials act as a fire retardant because of the dehydration of the free and chemically bound water contained in the gypsum boards...

Determination of free water and water of hydration present

water content in percentage Generally bound water would evolve at high temperature compared to free water as large energy is required to break the crystal structure and release the water This allows separation of free and bound water for further confirmation of the gas evolved TGA coupled with mass spectroscopy MS was used This...

BSR/IICRC S500 Standard for Professional Water Damage

36 bound water moisture held within the cellular or crystalline structure of the material This moisture may 37 be sorbed into the cells or can become physically or chemically bound to the surfaces of cells Some of this 38 moisture is always present in the material and does not need to be removed In fact much of the bound...

Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Gypsum

19-05-2009 0183 32 During heating the free and chemically bound water in the gypsum gradually evaporates at temperatures above 100 176 C This causes a temperature plateau on the fire-unexposed side of the boards which is the main reason for the fire protective function of gypsum boards used as cladding...

Thermal Analysis to Determine Various Forms of Water

Nonfreezable bound water is closely associated with a polymer matrix and does not show a phase transition by calorimetric analysis Freezable bound water is the fraction bound to the matrix less closely and shows a melting and crystallization temperature remarkably different from bulk water Free water shows similar melting/crystallization...

Determination of Free Water and Bound Water by DSC

The water which is not frozen at mmus temperature region or start melting below OOC due to the interactions with materials is called bound water Bound water is researched in the various fields as it has the influence on the quality of foods and medicines _ By observmg the melting phenomena of water using DSC free and bound water can be identified...

Parametric Analysis of Heat Transfer in Gypsum Wallboard

Water vapor is free to flow through the porous gypsum and condense in colder regions of the board The condensed water can flow due to capillary pressure Eventually temperatures will become sufficiently high such that all of the moisture is released from the board As was discussed in the previous section it is unclear whether water vapor...

Gypsum board reaction kinetics at elevated temperatures

The chemical kinetics of three main reactions that take place when a gypsum board is exposed at elevated temperatures evaporation of free moisture content dehydration of chemically bound water and crystal mesh reorganization were investigated using Differential Scanning Calorimetry measurements under non isothermal conditions and in an inert atmosphere...

free bound water gypsum temperature

When a gypsum board is subjected to fire the free and chemically bound water is released and transferred through the board absorbing energy and thus reducing the mean wall temperature This phenomenon can be of great importance from the safety point of view allowing sufficient building evacuation tim...

MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL PROPERTIES OF GYPSUM BOARD

elevated temperatur The gypsum board types tested include Type X and Type C from the USA and Type R and Type F from Japan Results indicate that the difference in thermal properties of all gypsum board samples tested in the present study is not significant particularly at elevated temperatur...

separation of free and bound water in pharmaceuticals TS

Temperature 176 C Weight ----- Deriv Weight / 176 C 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 80 85 90 95 100 105 00 02 04 06 08 Free Water 346 Bound Water 343 10oC/minute HI-RES SETTING 6 For more information or to place an order contact TS-17A Acknowledgement This brief is based on work by N Hawkins TA Instruments Applications...

determination of free moisture gypsum

31-12-2020 0183 32 Moisture Analysis of Gypsum AMETEK Brookfield Oct 06 2013 Bound Moisture Following the free moisture determination the samples were placed in a convection oven set a 230 176 C for 2 hours They were then moved to a desiccator for 30 minutes to cool Once at room temperature they sample pans were weighed and the bound moisture was calculated...

Effects of PCMs on gypsum board properties at elevated

01-09-2010 0183 32 Results showed a rapid reduction of gypsum board mass at temperatures near 150 176 C which is owed to the PCM evaporation Furthermore during the dehydration process where the chemically bound water and the free moisture were evaporated as well as during the PCM evaporation the thermal conductivity of the gypsum board was reduced due to increase of the porosity...

Behavior of calcium sulfate at high temperatures

Naturally occurring calcium sulfate is found in two forms as gypsum with 2 molecules of water of crystallization and as anhydrite contain 173 ing no water of crystallization By heating gypsum at successively higher temperatures four modifications can be prepared in order as follows 1 the hemihydrate CaSOd H20 of which plaster of paris...

GYPSUM BOARD THERMAL PROPERTIES EXPOSED TO HIGH

laminated surfaces which provide tensile strength to the lining Gypsum contains chemically bound water and a small amount of free water which play a key role in the performance of the assembly at elevated temperatur During a fire when gypsum board is heated up to about 100 176 C a great amount of heat is absorbed to drive off water...

PDF Thermal Behaviour of a Gypsum Fibre Board Associated

Gypsum board is widely used as a finishing material and it is mixed with functional materials to improve the comfort level of indoor air provide thermal insulation and satisfy moisture properti...

gypsum rock free moisture

The gypsum has a very low moisture content of 610-4 m 3 m-3 This relative humidity was chosen close to the average humidity in a building Compared to the amount of chemically bound water in gypsum the free water content is only 04 of the total water content The moisture and temperature profi les are shown every 47 minutes in Fig 4...