|About this Abstract
||2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials
||K-116: Resistance and Durability of Pressed and Burned Blocks of Red Ceramics with Humidity Variation
||Niander Cerqueira, Afonso Rangel Garcez de Azevedo, Victor Barbosa de Souza, Daniel Passos Gallo
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
One solution to the search for greater rationalization and cost minimization that is being studied in civil construction is the use of burned and burned ceramic blocks (BPQ), of the male-female type. In the present work, the quality of BPQ blocks was verified, the blocks being submitted to dimensional analysis, compressive strength verification with and without the presence of water and degradation analysis in the presence of saline mist. The results indicated geometric compliance, but the strengths of the blocks decreased when they were submitted to humidity, presenting variations in the order of 25% of the design resistance, which indicates that there is a need for improvement in the block manufacturing process.