This paper presents the findings of the evaluation of an epoxy adhesive for structural glass to steel continuous bonds.
Structural glazing joints in glass construction are subject to dynamic earthquake loads in certain regions.
This paper presents a feasibility study of spray printed glass on flat glass and shows results regarding the practical realization, pore distribution of the novel glass connections and microscopy.
The Feasibility of Recycled Glass as a Building Material With Additive Manufacturing
The study is based on an extensive experimental campaign and an associated parametric study to test alternative designs under both quasi-static and dynamic loading conditions.
The paper will show the critical aspect of using the right lighting and lenses and the settings needed to obtain high quality images of complex 3D damage.
In this paper we focus on automotive applications and describe the tests we performed to find the limits of ultrathin glass in handling and within tests simulating stress expected in the field.
The BAM approach is here validated by means of comparison with numerical results obtained with MEPLA-ISO software.
Glass is most often heat treated before using it as a structural material. In this context, thermal tempering is the most effective and efficient method to enhance the load bearing capacity and strength of glass.
Today talking about the trends, challenges, and innovations of flat glass lamination on Glastory.
This contribution introduces concepts for prestressing laminated glass beams with Fe-SMA tendons adhesively or mechanically connected to the glass beams.
This work investigates the numerical modeling of two different UV-curing acrylate adhesives in terms of the bulk material and in the application as point fixing.
This paper evaluates the thermal performance of a triple-glazed glass window filled with a phase-change material (PCM) compared to the performance of a traditional triple-glazed window with air gaps.
This paper describes the design concept and research process of NEERO-Façade, including the development of an integrated façade fixing and the slim substructure design.
This study delves into the influences of the glazing solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC), the glazing heat transfer coefficient (U-value), and PCM thickness on the energy performance of buildings.
The aim of this paper is to introduce, in a consistent manner, a holistic appraisal of how to address the refurbishment of modernist buildings of the late 20th century.
In the latest Glastory blog post, Per Jensen analyzes the holistic approach to grinding. Author: Per Jensen | Glaston Source:
The objective of this study is to understand the response of laminated glass under high-rate bending in the laboratory at rates representative of blast loading.
This study analyzed the influence of exterior windows on the indoor thermal environment of office buildings by carrying out field experiments.
The redeveloped CME Center lobby is defined by a striking, wavelike 24’ tall glass façade.
This paper presents a Machine Learning approach for predicting the acoustic properties of different glazing systems.
Robots are finding their way into the flat glass industry, improving not only process reliability but also product quality. But where exactly are they being used and what specific advantages do they offer?
The ability to predict interlayer and glass temperatures in the glass lamination process is the key factor for success.
Glass timber panels (GTP) combine the visual effect of noble and high-quality wood materials at the same time meet-ing the hygiene requirements for the health and welfare sector. This paper describes the fabrication requirements and techniques of GTP.
The approaches proposed by planners and architects for adapting to climate change will be discussed at glasstec 2024 (22-25 October, Düsseldorf) at its Architecture Forum.