Science and Technology of Building Seals, Sealants, Glazing, and Waterproofing
Progress and developments in the technology of building seals, sealants, glazing, and waterproofing. Papers cover:
Problems and research related to movement of sealants during cure
Structural sealant glazing
Sealants immersed in water
Factors affecting the design of joint seals in exterior insulation finish systems (EIFS)
The state-of-the-art relative to insulating glass edge seals
A case histgry retrofit to a building deck waterproofing failure.
Table of Contents
Deformation of Building Sealants Due to Movement During Cure
The Impact of Curing Conditions on the Appearance of Sealant Before and After Artificial Weathering
Myers J., Nelson P.
The Effect of Movement During Cure on Sealant Strength Development
The Effect of Building Joint Movements on Outdoor Performance of Sealants During Their Cure
Polysulfide Sealants in Water-Retaining Structures
Lee T., Rees T., Wilford A.
Sealants for Construction Joints Subjected to Continuous Water Immersion
Design, Fabrication, and Performance Considerations for Insulating Glass Edge Seals
A Load-Displacement Model for Structural Glazing Joints in Tension and Shear
Sandberg L., Tan I.
Shear Component of a Structural Sealant Glazing Joint
Klosowski J., Wong A.
Stress Redistribution in Structural Glazing Joints
Chang K., DeClercq M., Sandberg L.
Factors Affecting the Durability of Sealants in Contact with the Finish Coating of EIF Systems
Kenney R., Piper R.
Thermal Movement Analyses for Panelized Polymer-Based Exterior Insulation and Finish System (PB EIFS) Claddings
Williams B., Williams M.
Analysis of Field-Fabricated Building Deck Waterproofing Systems and Renovation Design Considerations—Case Studies
Dias A., Peterson R.
Building Seals and Sealants for Parking Garage Decks in Hawaii
Paper ID: STP1168-EB
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