YOUR LAST Videos from GPD Finland 2019

Date: 8 July 2020

This week, we finish the series with 4 videos from the Structural Glass Applications session.

Please check out the videos via the links below. Like, Share, and Subscribe if you enjoy what we are doing. It is the encouragement for us to keep working on the development of the glass community.
 

Rob Nijsse & Ate Snijder - TU Delft | The Glass Swing of the University of Delft


 

Gregor Horstmeyer & Lisa Rammig - Eckersley O'Callaghan | A Structural Glass Approach to Pei’s Louvre Entrance


 

Pol D'Haene - Eastman Chemical Company | Modelling Laminated Glass Based on Multi-layer Interlayers: Effective Modulus Approach


 

Vaughn Schaus - Kuraray | Cantilevered Laminated Glass Balustrades – Comparing Testing and Calculations

This is the end of the first set of videos on GPD YouTube channel. Thank you very much for your support over the last few months. We will see again in the future with more content!

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Best regards,

GPD team

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