Wood Polymer Composites for Assembly of Coastal Building

Nowadays, Building construction are made up of concrete walls with masonry. This is a traditional construction that requires a numerous of labor and time. The construction of residential knock-down (Knockdown) has been paying attention to more applications due to short installation time. In order to step over a general building in the city. This research will study the construction of coastal building, a single-storey house with composite material between polyvinylchloride and wood sawdust (WPVC), for use as a seaside resort building.

The working scope in the P-PROF research group are focusing on the influenceof softwood and hardwood ratio on algae and moss inhibition. Tolerance to sea vapor conditions on WPVC properties, strength, volume reduction and heat transfer of real scale for coastal building applications. 

Researchers :      
1) Prof. Dr. Narongrit Sombatsompop
2) Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tawich Pulngern
3) Mr. Sirichai Kanking