Major concerns of the sealant industry -- the use of sealants for structural sealant glazing; identification and quantification of the effects of movement on sealants; continuing laboratory investigation of sealant performance under various environmental factors; and the inservice performance of sealants -- are addressed in this peer-reviewed publication from ASTM. For sealant manufacturers, glazing contractors, architects, building owners, waterproofing contractors, curtain wall contractors, sealant testing laboratories, and glass fabricators.
Resistance of Structural Silicones to Creep Rupture and Fatigue
Rintala A., Sandberg L.
Sealant Stresses in Structural Glazing: A Mathematical Model
Chou G., Vallabhan C.
Changes in Seal Shapes of Structurally Glazed Insulating Glass Units
Bailey J., Minor J., Tock R.
Structural Glazing from a Curtain Wall Designer's Perspective
Jacob L., Johanson B.
Sealant Stresses in Tension and Shear
Klosowski J., Shisler F.
Design of Sealant Joints
Adhesive Properties of Silicone Sealants
The Influence of Heat Ageing on One-Part Construction Silicone Sealants
Stoegbauer H., Wolf A.
The Water Resistance of Sealants for Construction
Beech J., Mansfield C.
Sealant Back-up Material and New Developments
Hovis E., Schroeder M.
Paper ID: STP1069-EB