| This study identifies the existing supply-chain inefficiencies in the UK glass industry in three stages.
| Gain multiple benefits with upgrades to the glass laminating furnace
| Read the latest Glastory blog by Taneli Ylinen.
Energy and Daylighting Evaluation of Integrated STPV Windows with Internal Light Shelves in Open-Office Buildings
| Abatement of the high building energy is possible by employing semitransparent photovoltaic window which has triple point advantages as they control the admitted solar gain and daylight and generates benign electricity.
| A new BIM tool processing IEQ data input for building management and energetic optimizations
| In glass tempering, we look for equipment that uses less energy, leading to fewer emissions. But sometimes, the numbers are too good to be true.
| Making new and existing buildings as energy efficient as possible is one way to help meet the EU’s CO2 reduction goals.
| The significance of balancing operational and embodied carbon continues to grow.
| Global environmental concern is motivating efforts to improve energy efficiency in all industrial sectors. And glass tempering is no exception.
| Glass production is an energy-intensive process by its nature, so even small reductions there can result in considerable savings in energy and costs.
PRIME Glass Project: Innovative PRImary MEasures for the reduction of NOx emissions and energy consumption by glass furnaces
| In recent years the growing energy costs and the imposition of increasingly stringent limits to the gaseous emissions into the atmosphere have put a strong pressure on the glassmaking industry to research new solutions to improve the efficiency and…
| An Introduction to Design and Performance by Dr. Cenk Kocer - University of Sydney, School of Physics, Sydney 2006
| Was Fukushima like Chernobyl? There are those who say yes, and those who lean toward no. That is, from a purely technical point of view. But, in the eyes of the media, or of people’s awareness in general, the difference is huge.