CTBUH Research Report: ‘Cyclone-Resistant Façades’

Date: 17 July 2019
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  • Angela Mejorin, Dario Trabucco & Ingo Stelzer
CTBUH Research Report: ‘Cyclone-Resistant Façades’
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Best Practices in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and the Philippines.

Ingo Stelzer, head of Kuraray's Technical Consultancy Group within the global PVB Division, co-authored a recently published study on the impact of hurricanes on façade constructions in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and the Philippines.

The study examined specific aspects of cyclone-resistant façades, such as different façade technologies, best-practice solutions, legal requirements and design requirements in the Asia-Pacific region. The study concludes that there is still a lack of standards for certified cyclone-resistant façades, especially in the world’s most prone area to wind-related natural disasters. 

The study, which was created with input and cooperation from other Kuraray colleagues - especially Malvinder Singh Rooprai - can be found here:

Please download the study via this link.

CTBUH Research Report: ‘Cyclone-Resistant Façades’

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