Automotive Glass Laminating Guide – Part 6
This paper presents the results of an original test series carried out on monolithic glass panes with the dimensions of 500 × 500 mm2 and different thicknesses, under the exposure to radiant heating.
This article presents the results of an experimental campaign with a representative IGU sample.
This paper deals with experiments and numerical simulations of cylindrically curved IGUs.
In the present paper, attention is focused on the experimental and Finite Element (FE) numerical analysis of in-service LG modular units acting as pedestrian elements that are affected by partial glass fracture and ordinary walking conditions.
Automotive Glass Laminating Guide – Part 5
Automotive Glass Laminating Guide – Part 4
It is hypothesized that the usage of smart glass in the building envelope can provide optimum solutions to adapt buildings to the variable climatic and environmental characteristics.
BIPV represents an important field to explore, since PV systems have an enormous potential within the context of architectural and urban design.
Automotive Glass Laminating Guide – Part 3
In the latest Glastory blog, Jukka Immonen shares some practical tips for optimizing energy consumption in automotive glass production. From preprocessing to final inspection, there is huge potential every step of the way.
An experimental investigation of the post-fracture bending moment capacity based on time-temperature mapping of interlayer yield stress
Fins are used as decorative (aesthetical enrichment of the facade), functional (sunshade) and structural (stiffening and load-bearing) elements of the facade.
This paper is a theoretical analysis of flat plate solar collectors with a vacuum glazing that investigates different configurations of the collector with a detailed theoretical model.
Automotive Glass Laminating Guide – Part 2
In this study, the superhydrophilic coating behavior on glass substrate has been developed.
The history and benefits of laminated glass.
Overview of Design Issues, Experimental Research, and Developments
The novel curtain wall is achieved by bonding a pultruded glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) frame to the glass producing a composite insulated glass unit (IGU).
Learn how EPDs can help you make environmentally friendly product selections.
Unlocking the potential of energy-saving solutions in the glass industry: a guide for Italian companies
Unlocking the benefits of liquid interlayers for architectural glass lamination
The paper presents an experimental research approach to the problem of developing continuous hybrid water-filled building envelopes through design and construction.
This study identifies the existing supply-chain inefficiencies in the UK glass industry in three stages.
This study presents an experimental investigation of a window unit and focuses specifically on the conductance between the structural elements and the frame system of a conventional house in the city of Xanthi, northern Greece.
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