STP1434

    The Use of Glass in Buildings

    Block V
    Published: 2002


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    The broad focus of this comprehensive, new publication is the quality, design, use, and performance of architectural glass. Sixteen peer-reviewed papers cover:

    Quality Issues--addresses the problems associated with the use of ASTM C1036 for field inspections of glass; the interrelationship between building codes and glass standards; on-line quality control measuring systems for tempered and heat-strengthened glass; and the impact of self-cleaning glass.

    Performance Assessments--presents developments around the performance of insulating glass and glass facades, including in-situ dew point testing to assess life span of insulating glass units; and an assessment of annual energy consumption of ventilated double glass facades using computer simulation.

    Glass Design--examines the structural performance of laminated glass made with stiff interlayers; design methodologies for glass, including rectangular window glass supported on three sides; large trapezoidal window glass lites; window glass design software based on ASTM E1300; and a new procedure for thermal stress evaluation of monolithic glass.

    Glass in Hurricanes--addresses special design considerations for glass used in hurricane-prone areas, including retrofitting commercial structures with laminated glass and testing of annealed glass with anchored-film glass retention systems.

    Glass for Fire Safety and Security--covers a broad spectrum of topics, including security glazing, fire rated glass and sprinklers, and a design procedure for blast resistant laminated glass.

    Audience: This publication is a valuable resource for architects; specifiers;laboratory personnel; consultants; and glass manufacturers, fabricators, and installers.


    Table of Contents

    ASTM C 1036: Does It Work for Field Inspections of Surface Blemishes?
    Hennings I., Mazula T.

    Codes and Standards Affecting Glass in Buildings: The U.S. and Beyond
    Block V.

    The Impact of Self-Cleaning Glass
    Barry C., O'Day T.

    PC-Based Stress-Measuring System for On-Line Quality Control of Tempered and Heat-Strengthened Glass
    Redner A.

    In-Situ Dew-point Measurement to Assess Life Span of Insulating Glass Units
    Lichtenberger W., Major A., Torok G.

    Evaluation of the Condensation Resistance Rating as Determined Using the NFRC 500 Procedure
    Shah B., Wise D.

    Structural Performance of Laminated Glass Made with a “Stiff” Interlayer
    Bennison S., Duser A., Jagota A., Smith C.

    Development of Design Methodology for Rectangular Glass Supported on Three Sides to Resist Lateral Uniformly Distributed Loads
    El-Shami M., Norville H.

    Wind Load Resistance of Large Trapezoidal Glass Lites
    El-Shami M., Jackson R., Johnson G., Norville H.

    Window Glass Design Software
    Morse S.

    A Thermal Stress Evaluation Procedure for Monolithic Annealed Glass
    Beason W., Lingnell A.

    Retrofitting Commercial Structures with Laminated Glass to Withstand Hurricane Effects
    Beers P., Pilcher M., Sciaudone J.

    Testing of Annealed Glass with Anchored-Film Glass Retention Systems for Fallout Protection After Thermal Stress Cracking
    Kaskel B., Pearson J., Pelletier R., Schmidt M.

    The Advantages of Glazing in an Overall Security Strategy
    Beruhe H., Betten M.

    The Relationship Between Sprinkler Systems and Glass
    Razwick J.

    Design Procedure for Blast-Resistant Laminated Glass
    Conrath E., Norville H.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E06

    Paper ID: STP1434-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1434-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5471-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-3458-4

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