Cork Science and its Applications

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Cork and cork agglomerates are natural cellular materials that are receiving much interest in a number of technological applications, e.g. as Feedstock for the Additive 3D Printing Technology; Solar, Wind and Bioenergy applications; Sorbent for Pesticides and Heavy Metals; and Water Treatment.

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Cork Science and its Applications
Eds. Ricardo Sousa and Ofélia Anjos
Materials Research Proceedings Volume 3
Publication Date 2017, 86 Pages
Print ISBN 978-1-945291-40-1 (release date November 11th, 2017)
ePDF ISBN 978-1-945291-41-8
DOI: 10.21741/9781945291418

Cork and cork agglomerates are natural cellular materials that are receiving much interest in a number of technological applications, e.g. as Feedstock for the Additive 3D Printing Technology; Solar, Wind and Bioenergy applications; Sorbent for Pesticides and Heavy Metals; and Water Treatment. Experimental, analytical and computational research is reported, as well as new applications in fields ranging from design and architecture to mechanical, chemical, civil and electronics engineering.

Keywords
3D Printing Feedstock, Renewable Energy, Bioenergy, Biosorbent, Wastwater Treatment, Cork Stopper, Compression Moulding, Thermal Conductivity

Table of Contents


Thermal Conductivity of Agglomerate Cork
T. Santos, J.S. Amaral, V.A.F. Costa, V.S. Amaral


Revaluation of Catalan Low Quality Cork as Feedstock for the Additive 3D Printing Technology
M. Verdum, C. Sánchez, J. Castro, J. Lladó, P. Jové


Designing with Cork – Bringing the Industry into the Design Studio Classroom
T. Franqueira, J. Sampaio, E. Oliveira, C. Pereira, A. Kumagai


Cork in the Field of Renewable Energies
L. Gil


Layer Thickness of Cork Accessible to Extraction
Y.J. Alves Manrique, P. Rodrigues Pinto, M.V. Oliveira. J.M. Loureiro


A Cost-Effective Methodology to Perform Customized Moulding of Cork Agglomerates
D. Afonso, R. Alves de Sousa, R. Torcato


Is Cork a Good Closure for Virgin Olive Oil?
O. Anjos, L. Coutinho, C. Gouveia, F. Peres


Using Cork Waste in Domestic Heating Equipment
J.I. Arranz, F.J. Sepúlveda, M.T. Miranda, I. Montero, C.V. Rojas, M.J. Trinidad


The Use of Cork Waste as a Sorbent for Pesticides and Heavy Metals Generated During the Wine Manufacturing Process
P. Jové, N. Fiol, I. Villaescusa, M. Verdum, L. Aguilar, C. Bosch, J. Morató

 

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About the Editors

Ricardo Alves de Sousa (São Paulo, 7th October, 1977) is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and member of the Center of Mechanical Technology (TEMA) research unit. In 2006, he obtained his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Aveiro, Portugal.

He has more than 70 scientific contributions either in papers, book chapters and books, and he is author of 3 patents. In 2011, he received the international scientific ESAFORM (European Association of Material Forming) career prize. In 2013 he received the Innovation Prize from APCOR (Portuguese Association for Cork), and in March of 2015 he became  researcher of the month at the University of Aveiro.

Ofélia Anjos is a professor at the Agrarian School of Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco. She has obtained her BSc in Forest products at the University of Lisbon and her MSc degree in Science and Technology on paper and other forest products at the University of Beira Interior and University of Aveiro. She later obtained her PhD degree in Materials Science from the University of Lisbon (Instituto Superior Técnico), Portugal.

Ofélia Anjos is author of several papers in international peer reviewed journals, related to forest products, namely cork and more recent in food products (as example spirits and hive products) and infrared spectroscopic techniques.