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    Science and Technology of Building Seals, Sealants, Glazing, and Waterproofing: 7th Volume

    Klosowski JM
    Published: 1998

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    STP 1334 features state-of-the-art information on durability and joint design as well as innovative material concepts in joint sealing.

    Twenty-four peer-reviewed papers cover the latest ongoing research in such topics as:

    • The impact of temperature changes and fatigue on sealant longevity

    • How joint design effects sealant wear

    • An overview of accelerated weathering tests compared with real time weathering damage

    • Qualitative differences between acrylic latex sealants and chemically cured sealants

    • Weather protection sealant failures, causes and cures

    • Esthetic concerns of sealant fluid migration and staining potential

    • Innovative adhesion durability testing; Improved joint design and joint geometry stress analysis

    • Waterproofing membrane adhesion

    This publication is an invaluable resource for architects, specifiers, design engineers, maintenance engineers, building owners, insurance companies, forensic engineers and sealant manufacturers.

    Table of Contents

    An Examination of Yearly and Daily Temperature Change and Its Significance to the Evaluation of Sealant Performance

    Laboratory and Exterior Durability of High Performance Acrylic Sealants

    Effect of Cross-Sectional Shapes of Polysulfide Sealant on Shear Fatigue Resistance to Sliding Joint Movement

    Laboratory Cyclic fatigue Test of Silicone Sealant Mini-Specimens

    Results from the University of Leipzig Project Concerning the Long-Term Stability of Elastomeric Building Sealants

    Summary of Accelerated Weathering and Other Durability Studies and the Correlation to Real Weather

    Destruction of Sealant in Building Envelope Joints by Birds

    A Discussion of the Investigation and Repair of the Exterior Cladding and Sealants for Two Significant Buildings

    A Simple Device for Measuring Adhesive Failure in Sealant Joints

    Hybrid Weatherseals — Design and Implementation of Bridge Sealant Joints in Two and Three Dimensions

    Silicone Preformed Joint Seals (PJS) and Their Applications

    Using Three Dimensional Silicone “Boots” to Solve Complex Remedial Design Problems in Curtain Walls

    Custom Molded Silicone Flashing Shapes for Sealing Curtain Walls

    Evaluation of Various Sealants with EIFS

    Selection and Use of Seals and Sealants at Building Roofs

    Evaluation of Accelerated Laboratory Test Methods to Predict Sealant Staining of Stone Substrates

    Comparison of Various Test Methods for Assessing the Long Term Fluid Migration Potential for Sealants

    Finite Element Analysis as a Design Tool for Thermoplastic Vulcanizate Glazing Seals

    Finite Element Analysis of a Structural Silicone Shear Bead Used in Skylight Applications

    Glazing Sealant Movement Ability as a Function of Joint Geometry

    Adhesion of Bituminous Waterproofing Membranes for Bridge Applications

    Firestopping Through-Penetrations

    Sealants and Coatings for Secondary Containment

    Design Accommodation of Architectural and Structural Movement Systems Within Building Seals and Sealants for Spaceframes and Skylights

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: C24

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1334-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5385-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2480-6