Amk

Table 14.11b (Continued)

Material

Durability Loss Quantity of [years] factor material

Global warming potential GWP

Effects on resources

Environmental evaluations Effects of pollution Env. potential

Effects on resources

Env. profile

50 years]

50 years]

Materials

Energy

Production and use

As waste

Recycling

Local production

Polyethylene sheeting, 0.5 mm

50

7

0.6

2.9

2

2

2

2

2

Polyvinyl chloride sheeting, 0.9 mm

50

7

1.3

4.0

3

3

3

3

3

Flashing

Galvanized steel, from ore, 0.6 mm

30

15

7.9

17

2

1

1

2

H

1

Aluminium, from ore, 0.6 mm

50

15

1.9

29

1

2

1

1

H

1

Copper from ore, 0.6 mm

50

12

5.9

36

3

3

2

3

H

2

Lead from ore, 1.5 mm

25

15

39

43

3

3

3

3

H

3

Polyvinyl chloride sheeting, 1.5 mm

25

10

4.5

20

2

1

2

2

2

Table 14.12 Technical properties of secondary climatic materials

Materials

Technical properties

Specific thermal conductivity (W/mK)

Specific thermal capacity (kJ/kgK)

Metals

Steel

58

0.4

Non-metallic minerals

Concrete

1.75

0.92

Portland cement plaster

1.15

0.92

Lime cement plaster

1.05

0.94

Lime plaster

0.9

0.96

Lime sandstone

0.7

0.88

Stone

Granite

3.5

0.8

Limestone

2.9

0.88

Brick

Well fired, massive

0.7

0.92

Well fired, perforated

0.6

0.92

Light/medium fired, massive

0.65

0.92

Earth, pisé and adobe

Fibre content 10 kg/m3

0.96

1.0

Fibre content 40 kg/m3

0.615

1.0

Fibre content 70 kg/m3

0.420

1.05

Timber

Perpendicular to the fibres

0.12

2.1

Parallel with the fibres

0.35

2.1

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