A Review on the usage of Agro Based Material for Developing Thermal Insulation-IJAERD

@inproceedings{Jivrajani2017ARO,
  title={A Review on the usage of Agro Based Material for Developing Thermal Insulation-IJAERD},
  author={Chirag Jivrajani},
  year={2017}
}
For thermal comfort many of the conventional materials are widely used which are basically made from the petrochemicals and other fossil fuels which are decreasing yearly and are harmful to the environment during production and degradation stage i.e. recycling and reusing from their end lives. For the concept of “Sustainability” in building, studies are going on in development of thermal insulation from eco-friendly materials and for sound acoustic also. Some of them, such as wood fiber… 

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