International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Vol. 11 (2021) No. 2, pages: 674-681, DOI:10.18517/ijaseit.11.2.4193

A Review of Preliminary Experimental Factors of Making Geopolymer Paste as a Passive Fire Protection System

Fransisca Maria Farida, Adang Surahman, Ananta Sofwan


A decrease in the elastic modulus and yield strength due to the creep process is the changes contained in the material that is burning. One strategy to counter this is by using passive fire protection systems. The system is built into the structure to control the fire by using building materials and does not require any special operations in the event of a fire. This study is a review of a new study of passive fire protection systems. This research report contains a review regarding the preliminary study of the manufacture of fireproof new materials from industrial waste that is economical and environmentally friendly. Manufacture of new materials is made to overcome deficiencies in fire-resistant material that exists today. The purpose of this study is to analyze experimental factors, which are influence the making of experimental new fireproof material that is smart and innovative materials for civil engineering. Geopolimerization method that is used in this study comes from the development of brick manufacturing method as one of the fire-resistant material that exists today. The main results of this study are the major factors that influence the making of pasta geopolymer as passive fire protection. The discussion will be related to the elements of determinant manufacture of fire-resistant geopolymer paste. The conclusion is factors that supporting the manufacture of new fire-resistant material with geopolymer method.


Passive fire protection system; geopolymer paste; experimental factor

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