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    STP1583

    Carbary Larry, Wolf Andreas
    Published: 2015


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    These 17 papers were presented on June 25 and 26, 2014 at the Sheraton Hotel in Toronto Canada after the regular ASTM C24 meeting. The theme of this symposium was largely inspired by a comment made by a member: “Who cares about durability?”

    The volume of construction sealants compared to the volume of common construction materials on a major project is extremely small, however the building does not perform properly without sealants.

    Thus, the short answer to aforementioned question is: everyone should care. The durability of a building is directly related to that building’s sealants.

    ASTM C24 has global influence on standards for building sealants used in commercial and multi-use buildings. ASTM C24 committee holds the US Technical Action Group (TAG) to ISO TC 59/SC 8 Building Sealants of which both editors are active participants. Developing and developed countries look to the building sealant standards written by the ASTM and ISO groups to accept as their own standards or make modifications from them.

    This book is the fifth volume concentrating on building sealant durability on an international platform. With the collaboration and dedication of the members of C24 who write and maintain standards, the owners and architects responsible for the world’s iconic structures can be confident of the liquid applied sealant materials that make their buildings safe and comfortable.


    Table of Contents

    Investigation of the Impact of Increasing Design Loads of a Conventional Structural Silicone Joint Using Finite Element Analysis and Hyperelastic Material Properties
    Jon Kimberlain, John Knowles

    Advanced Evaluation of Structural Sealant Glazing Systems by a New System Test Approach
    Rico Kaatz, Christoph Recknagel

    Durability of Sealants: A Question of Formulation and not of the Polymer Base
    Ralf Heinzmann

    IGU Seal and Flexible Spacer Displacement Failures, Field and Laboratory Study
    Todd Watson, Michael Kenney, Russell Kenney

    Correlation of ASTM C1135 to Structural Testing for Curtain-Wall Applications

    Reliability Assessment of Structural Sealant Durability

    Application Possibility of Four-Sided Structural Sealant Glazing Systems in Japan

    Investigation of Performance Factors for Silicone Sealant Installed in 1958 as a Weatherproofing Material into a Building in Climate Zone 6

    Proposal of Weatherability Evaluation Method of Construction Sealants for Waterproofing by Measurement of Depth of Damage

    Progress in the Development of a Method to Predict Sealant Modulus Change Due to Outdoor Weathering

    30 Year Outdoor Weathering Study of Construction Sealants

    Evaluation of Building Facade Component Staining by the Outdoor Exposure and the Indoor Accelerated Staining Tests of Sealed Joint

    Anti-Fungal Durability Evaluation of Sanitary Sealant

    Exploration and Evaluation of the Performance and Durability of SSG Systems by Dynamic–Mechanical System Testing

    Adhesive Method for Rapidly Bonded Wood Panel Joints of Prefab House Construction Joints

    A Comparative Evaluation of the Behavior of Structural Silicone vs. Acrylic Foam Tape Subjected to High Strain Rates

    Case Study: The Critical Role of Sealants in the Repair of a Fluid-Applied Roofing Membrane

    The Use of Structural Adhesives for Steel–Glass Facade Panels With Multi-Axial Stress–Strain Behavior—Experimental and Numerical Investigations

    Considerations for Prolonging the Working Life of Sealed Exterior Building Joints


    Committee: C24

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1583-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7612-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7611-9


    978-0-8031-7611-9
    STP1583-EB