LIVE from glasstec

Date: 21 September 2016
Copyright:
  • Messe Duesseldorf / ctillmann
LIVE from glasstec
Photo source
Messe Düsseldorf/ctillmann

Date: 14 September 2016

Discover the latest updates from exhibiting companies and their new products.

 

Latest news from glasstec

 

Latest tweets:

600450 LIVE from glasstec glassonweb.com

See more articles about

Others also read

Originally developed for glazing in hurricane zones, SentryGlas® ionoplast interlayers are significantly stiffer than standard PVBs such as Butacite®.
Post breakage strength of glass is still an unknown area as analytical models for this are inconclusive so far and thus destructive testing is the only reliable solution.
The post-breakage behavior of glass beams is not easy to predict, therefore Octatube performed a range of tests on different glass fins varying the test setup.
The paper presents an overview of the work completed within the on-going research project “Structural safety of glass components” carried out at the Silesian University of Technology, Lund University and RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.
Thin glass offers a promising prospect for lightweight façades with reduced use of raw materials, also opening up entirely new perspectives for architectural expression.
Sustainability and the circular economy are increasingly influencing work and production processes in glass manufacturing, too.
Held in Düsseldorf from 15 to 18 June 2021 glasstec will pick up on the latest glass trends related to shapes, formats and structures.
Digitalisation is not only something for start-ups or major enterprises. It applies just as naturally to many skilled trade businesses.
In this paper we will look at the potential of what is now a commonly used component in facade design - a load-bearing glass wall panel.
The “One Single Model” approach rises as the best tool to manage complex buildings through the different engineering branches.
We have seen rapid expansion in the last decade of laminated glass design using modern analytical and computational methods.
Time-temperature superposition principle is widely used to generate interlayer modulus properties in the form of mastercurves for use in glass design.

FROM INDUSTRY

Am Pfahlgraben 4
35415 Pohlheim
Germany

Add new comment