The Effect of Welding Speed on the Micromorphology and Mechanical Properties of Laser-Sealed Vacuum Flat Glazing Joints
| The aim is to provide a theoretical basis for vacuum plate glazing laser sealing manufacturing.
Investigation of thermal and electrical performances of a combined semi-transparent PV-vacuum glazing
| In this work, thermal and electrical performances of a multicrystalline silicon based PV-vacuum glazing were characterised using indoor test cell.
| Non autoclave laminating process
| Assembly and preparation of the laminated glass sandwich
| Measurement area separated from glass sheets with buffer plates
| Measurement area in direct thermal contact with specimen
| The goal of this work is to investigate the mechanical performance of VIG’s subjected to soft body impact and gain insight into the failure mechanisms of the VIG when exposed to dynamic loads.
| Since A.Zoller has proposed the idea of vacuum glass in 1913, vacuum glass technology become more and more mature from the last 100 years.
| Vacuum Insulated Glazing (VIG) concept allows for a significant improvement of thermal insulation compared with the incumbent double-pane windows design.
| Vacuum Insulated Glazing (VIG) is a highly thermally insulating transparent flat panel that is constructed from two glass panes, separated by an evacuated sub-millimeter gap, and hermetically sealed around its perimeter.
| The vacuum insulating glazing (VIG) is a highly thermally insulating window technology that is thin in profile and light weight.
| The Vacuum Insulated Glazing (VIG) is a unique thermally insulating window technology that can provide significant advantages over the conventional insulating units.
| The Vacuum Insulating Glazing (VIG) is a highly thermally insulating window technology that outperforms existing insulating technologies.
| This article reviews the history and current status of Vacuum Insulating Glass (VIG), and discusses future possibilities for this technology.
| The first contact with Sişecam, the prestigious glass producer in Turkey, goes back to 1997. The air cooled, ready-to-use UV pumps were first installed in new Russian plants of the Sişecam group.