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Iron Ore Tailing Bricks– Curator – JD Annual Design Awards 2019 – Interior Design.

Designers Kiran Singh and GR Chandru’s product is designed to reduce the indoor temperature.

Global warming is taking over the world and temperature is increasing day by day. This leads to the usage of air conditioners which is harmful to the environment and also causing global warming. This inspired our designers to come up with the Iron ore Tailing Brick to reduce the indoor temperature.

The designers designed this product to reduce the indoor temperature by changing the materials used in the brick making a composition. The designers replace the high thermal conductivity materials such as silica with low thermal conductivity materials such as Iron ore tailings all the while, retaining a tensile strength which is considerably like that offered by silica clay bricks. In addition, there are two variants of bricks made using the same base material. One of the bricks contains ground granulated blast furnace slag – another waste material – to serve the purpose of a binder. This brick has been dried in room temperature, thereby eliminating the need for firing and has proven to uphold its properties to the bricks that are sold in the market, all the while costing less than its predecessors. These bricks have had saw dust mixed in the initial composition. Upon completion of casting the basic shape, these bricks were fired, hence, burning away the sawdust and creating pores in bricks which creates an insulating property.

This product aims at trying to reduce the indoor temperatures by changing the materials used in typical brick making compositions thereby, replacing high thermal conductivity materials such as silica with low thermal conductivity materials such as Iron ore tailings all the while, retaining a tensile strength which is considerably like that offered by silica clay bricks.

In addition, there are two variants of bricks made using the same base material. One of the bricks contains ground granulated blast furnace slag – another waste material – to serve the purpose of a binder. This brick has been dried in room temperature, thereby eliminating the need for firing and has proven to uphold its properties to the bricks that are sold in the market, all the while costing less than its predecessors.

The second variant poses as an experimental future scope of the first kind. These bricks have had saw dust mixed in the initial composition. Upon completion of casting the basic shape, these bricks were fired, hence, burning away the saw dust and creating pores in bricks which creates an insulating property.

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