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Bioproducts are building materials derived from agricultural and forestry waste, and include corrosion- and flame-retardant coatings, low VOC insulating foams, and natural fiber-reinforced composites.

Title Datesort ascending Author
The Potential Application of Bio-Polymeric Materials in Building Facades: A Framework of multi-performance criteria matrix for selecting optimal materials by the AHP and TOPSIS methods Apr 16, 2018 Ahmed Ali Hassan, PhD , architect and assistant professor, Helwan University
Multivalent Hygrothermal Material System for Double-Skin Envelope Dehumidification Cooling and Daylighting Apr 16, 2018 Aletheia Ida, PhD, assistant professor, school of architecture, U of Arizona, Tuscon
Triakonto BB100: Dynamic Systemization Meets Big Bamboo May 13, 2015 Jack Elliott (Cornell University)
Bamboo-steel Composite Structures Apr 06, 2015 Rui Liu (Kent State University), Yushun Li (Ningbo University, Ningbo, China)
Natural Building: The Viability of Straw Bale as a Sustainable Construction Material for the Future Apr 06, 2015 Arsenio Rodrigues (Prairie View A&M University)
Biomass for Electricity Generation Nov 05, 2014 U.S. Department of Energy, Federal Energy Management Program
Biomass for Heat Oct 23, 2014 U.S. Department of Energy, Federal Emergency Management Agency
How the Current Sustainability Movement Impacts the Enclosure: A Look at the VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitors Centre Apr 02, 2012 Catherine Lemieux, P.Eng. (Morrison Hershfield Ltd.)
Electronically Tintable Glass as an Architectural Enabler Apr 02, 2012 Helen Sanders, PhD (SAGE Electrochromics, Inc.), Louis Podbelski, AIA (SAGE Electrochromics, Inc.)
Energy Efficient Architectural Design Strategies in Hot‐Dry Area of Iran: Kashan Apr 12, 2010 Kamyar Tolou Behbood (Faculty of Architecture, University of Tehran), Mohammad Taleghani (Faculty of Architecture, University of Tehran), Shahin Heidari (Faculty of Architecture, University of Tehran)
Innovative Materials: Bio-Fiber Batts and Boards Apr 12, 2010 Mark Bomberg (Syracuse University), George Chrenka (Nu-Wool Co. Inc. and Cellulose Materials Solutions, Inc.)