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| The present research study explores the seismic performance of single laminated glass panels with various point fixing solutions.
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| A new design approach for loadbearing monolithic glass components of reduced annealing time
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| Designing and building structural, glass-only shells is subjected to two principal boundary conditions: The use of planar or curved glass laminates with limited dimensions and the necessity to provide a structural joint between the adjacent glass modules.
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Examination of the Load-Bearing Behavior of a Bonded Edge Seal for Fluid-Filled Insulating Glass Units
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| An Interlayer Material Study Towards Circular, Dry-Assembly, Interlocking Cast Glass Block Structures
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Investigations on the Cold Bending Behaviour of a Double Glazing Unit with a Rigid Edge-Spacer Frame
| In this study, the bending process of specially-fabricated double glazing units (‘panels’) is investigated with a focus on a local instability phenomenon.