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Uus ehitus - materjalid&tehnoloogia

Saarlane soojustas maja lambavillaga

Raul @ 22.09.2010 13:07 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Saaremaal Salme külas elav Herman Aus soojustas oma maja 800 kilogrammi lambavillaga, milleks kulus ca 4000 krooni. Internetist idee saanud noor pereisa ostis villa ümberkaudsetelt elanikelt kokku 5 kr/kg.

Aus rääkis ETV saates "Ringvaade", et lambavill soojustusmaterjalina on üsna ebatavaline. “Esimene kord ajaloos on lambavill niivõrd väärtusetu, et inimesed topivad seda seina vahele," märkis ta.

Ta usub, et lambavill kogub poplaarsus, sest tegemist on odava ja loodusliku materjaliga, mis on tervislik alternatiiv tavalisele soojustusele.

Idee sai Aus internetist ning kohalikku portaali pandud kuulutuse kaudu ta villa ka kokku ostis. "Pakkumisi tuli palju, inimestel villa on ja tahetakse sellest lahti saada. Kokku panin lambavilla seina vahele 800 kilogrammi," rääkis ta.

Lambavilla eest maksis mees 5 krooni kilogrammist. Ausi sõnul kulus tal maja - põrand, seinad, laed - soojustamiseks kokku umbes 4000 krooni ning ta arvas, et kivivilla kasutamine oleks olnud vähemalt poole kallim.

via EU

+ Ringvaade

+ juured.ee

Autonomous Quadrotor Teams May Build Your Next House

Raul @ 30.01.2011 13:32 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Each quadrotor weighs 500 grams and can deliver some 1250 grams of thrust, making their individual payload capacity somewhere around half a kilogram. This means that a couple together could lift a kilogram, and you can do the math on from there, but there are lots of reasons why you might want a bunch of extra robots cooperating on the lift, which gets back to why swarm robotics has so much potential in the first place. For example, having extra bots protects against mechanical failure of an individual bot. It also protects against complications like wind. Or maybe whatever you’re lifting has a long distance to go or needs to be in the air for a while, and the bots can switch off to go recharge themselves.

via Zeitnews

Michael Pawlyn: Using nature's genius in architecture

Raul @ 10.02.2011 23:58 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

... kui nii edasi läheb, siis saab Sahaarast uue tsivilisatsiooni häll :))


Raul @ 23.02.2011 20:35 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Fiiberbetoonist mööbel

Vakutex facade elements

Raul @ 30.06.2011 20:09 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

The aim of the research is to develop and extremely light and energy-efficient building envelope that looks like concrete. With the combination of newly developed materials such as textile concrete, vacuum insulation panels (VIPs) latent heat storage material (PCM) and glass-fibre strengthened plastic, construction components of 11cm are possible, which can fulfil every demand placed on facades of the future.

via Detail

Compressed earth brick

Raul @ 10.11.2011 18:27 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

http://opensourceecology.org/ ehitab oma masinatega oma maast omale tootmishoonet:

Construction Update 2011/11/04 from Open Source Ecology on Vimeo.

Väike ülevaade opensourceecology ideest:

Shuttleworth Fellowship - Personal Introduction from Open Source Ecology on Vimeo.


Urmet @ 10.01.2012 11:31 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Otsisin internetiavarustest infot tüüpide kohta, kes vanadest riietest hoonetele soojustusmaterjale toodavad ja sattusin sellise venna peale kellest 1936 aasta Popular Science'i artiklis oma kogu korterelamu kattis mantlitega. Tema eesmärgiks oli küll mantlite müümine, mitte soojustamine.

loe edasi:

Vene isemõtlejad

Raul @ 17.03.2012 12:49 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003


Raul @ 12.04.2012 16:22 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Ehitusmessil olid kohal mingid naljakad tšehhid, kes tootsid hästi pakse ja soojasid uksi (u arv oli vist ca 0,25) ja otsisid eestist endale koostööpartnereid.



Urmet @ 11.07.2012 11:13 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


Luccon is a material developed in the early 2000s by architect and designer Juergen Frei. It’s basically made up of lasagna-like layers of concrete and fiber optics through which light can pass. However, the material is sealed and just as strong as concrete.

Available in thicknesses from 10mm to 500mm, Luccon can also vary in pattern from straight lines to wavy, depending on the dramatic effect needed. From bathrooms to stairs to bar tops and nightclub walls, it has tons of commercial and residential applications.

Read more at Design Milk: http://design-milk.com/luccon-transparent-concrete/#ixzz20IdnnRle


Urmet @ 19.07.2012 11:53 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Yes, outdoor wallpaper, or as Wall & Decò call it, OUT – Outdoor Unconventional Texture. Have you ever heard such a thing? Well, we hadn’t either and it completely blows our minds. Not only is this a great concept but they have incredible designs that will spruce up any of your outdoor walls and help turn your space into your own modern paradise.

Read more at Design Milk: http://design-milk.com/get-out-wall-and-deco-outdoor-wallpaper/#ixzz213aDGahh

Fully-customized, modular solar house is 3D printed prefab

Raul @ 23.08.2012 10:22 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Hüdrofoobne nanomaterjal.

Urmet @ 09.02.2013 09:16 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Ultra Ever Dry Amazing new nano polymer repels almost any substance! Ultra Ever Dry is a patented hydrophobic and oleophobic coating that can be applied to almost any surface! Say good bye to Rust, Grease, Dirt, Ice and Salt Water! Ultra Ever Dry forms a protective air barrier that protects and blocks adhearance of unwanted debris.


Raul @ 29.10.2013 19:45 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003