Challenging Glass 3: Conference on Architectural and Structural Applications of Glass

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Freek Bos, Christian Louter, Rob Nijsse, Fred Veer
IOS Press, 2012 - Architecture - 1024 pages
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There are two things everybody knows about glass: it is transparent, and it breaks! These are also the properties that constitute the challenge of glass as an architectural and structural material. This book presents papers from the third Challenging Glass Conference (CGC3), held at the Technical University (TU) Delft, the Netherlands, in June 2012. The conference brings together glass engineering, research and design specialists. Papers are grouped under seven topic headings: project and case studies; joints, fixings and adhesives; strength, stability and safety (a category which includes a quarter of all the papers presented at the conference); laminates and composite design; curved and bended glass; architectural design and lighting and finally, glass in facades. Glass remains one of the most exciting materials available to designers and architects today. This book will be of interest to all those involved in working with glass in an architectural and structural context.
 

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Contents

Projects Case studies
39
Joints Fixings Adhesives
175
Strength Stability Safety
359
Laminates Composite Designs
619
Curved Bended Glass
783
Architectural Design Lighting
879
Glass in Facades
915
Indices
997
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