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Torsional stiffness of laminated glass elements in structural applications: influence of a elasto-viscoplastic ionomer interlayer on the pre-breakage behaviour

Dieter Callewaert, Jan Belis UGent, Didier Delincé, Delphine Sonck and Rudy Van Impe (2011) Advances in engineering plasticity and its applications : proceedings of 10th Asia-Pacific conference on AEPA 2010. p.74-78
abstract
To investigate the mechanical behaviour of laminated glass with the elasto-viscoplastic ionomer interlayer SentryGlas ® by DuPont, an experimental program was executed on full-scale glass laminates. The results of this research improved the insight in the complex mechanical behaviour of this stiff interlayer. More specifically, a clear influence of load duration and temperature could be observed for both creep and relaxation during torsion experiments. Namely, within the tested temperature range of 5 °C up to 65 °C, torsional stiffness changed with a factor 3.
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subject
keyword
Experimental, Elasto-viscoplastic, Interlayer, Shear transfer, Laminated glass
in
Advances in engineering plasticity and its applications : proceedings of 10th Asia-Pacific conference on AEPA 2010
editor
Yunhui Huang
pages
74 - 78
publisher
World Scientific
conference name
10th Asia-Pacific conference on Engineering Plasticity and its Applications (AEPA 2010)
conference location
Wuhan, PR China
conference start
2010-11-15
conference end
2010-11-17
ISBN
9789814324045
language
English
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yes
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C1
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1084752
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1084752
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2010-12-08 11:31:11
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  abstract     = {To investigate the mechanical behaviour of laminated glass with the elasto-viscoplastic ionomer interlayer SentryGlas {\textregistered} by DuPont, an experimental program was executed on full-scale glass laminates. The results of this research improved the insight in the complex mechanical behaviour of this stiff interlayer. More specifically, a clear influence of load duration and temperature could be observed for both creep and relaxation during torsion experiments. Namely, within the tested temperature range of 5 {\textdegree}C up to 65 {\textdegree}C, torsional stiffness changed with a factor 3.},
  author       = {Callewaert, Dieter and Belis, Jan and Delinc{\'e}, Didier and Sonck, Delphine and Van Impe, Rudy},
  booktitle    = {Advances in engineering plasticity and its applications : proceedings of 10th Asia-Pacific conference on AEPA 2010},
  editor       = {Huang, Yunhui},
  isbn         = {9789814324045},
  keyword      = {Experimental,Elasto-viscoplastic,Interlayer,Shear transfer,Laminated glass},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Wuhan, PR China},
  pages        = {74--78},
  publisher    = {World Scientific},
  title        = {Torsional stiffness of laminated glass elements in structural applications: influence of a elasto-viscoplastic ionomer interlayer on the pre-breakage behaviour},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Callewaert, Dieter, Jan Belis, Didier Delincé, Delphine Sonck, and Rudy Van Impe. 2011. “Torsional Stiffness of Laminated Glass Elements in Structural Applications: Influence of a Elasto-viscoplastic Ionomer Interlayer on the Pre-breakage Behaviour.” In Advances in Engineering Plasticity and Its Applications : Proceedings of 10th Asia-Pacific Conference on AEPA 2010, ed. Yunhui Huang, 74–78. World Scientific.
APA
Callewaert, D., Belis, J., Delincé, D., Sonck, D., & Van Impe, R. (2011). Torsional stiffness of laminated glass elements in structural applications: influence of a elasto-viscoplastic ionomer interlayer on the pre-breakage behaviour. In Yunhui Huang (Ed.), Advances in engineering plasticity and its applications : proceedings of 10th Asia-Pacific conference on AEPA 2010 (pp. 74–78). Presented at the 10th Asia-Pacific conference on Engineering Plasticity and its Applications (AEPA 2010), World Scientific.
Vancouver
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Callewaert D, Belis J, Delincé D, Sonck D, Van Impe R. Torsional stiffness of laminated glass elements in structural applications: influence of a elasto-viscoplastic ionomer interlayer on the pre-breakage behaviour. In: Huang Y, editor. Advances in engineering plasticity and its applications : proceedings of 10th Asia-Pacific conference on AEPA 2010. World Scientific; 2011. p. 74–8.
MLA
Callewaert, Dieter, Jan Belis, Didier Delincé, et al. “Torsional Stiffness of Laminated Glass Elements in Structural Applications: Influence of a Elasto-viscoplastic Ionomer Interlayer on the Pre-breakage Behaviour.” Advances in Engineering Plasticity and Its Applications : Proceedings of 10th Asia-Pacific Conference on AEPA 2010. Ed. Yunhui Huang. World Scientific, 2011. 74–78. Print.