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A story about standardization for design of glass works

Didier Delincé (UGent) , Dieter Callewaert (UGent) , Jan Belis (UGent) and Rudy Van Impe (UGent)
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This contribution attempts to give an overview of the European standardization framework which is related to the design and calculation of glass works in buildings. The different work levels, institutions, technical committees and workgroups, and the various types of documents and their statute will be introduced, explaining the difference between draft, experimental and final standards, between harmonized, support and design standards, the general and particular meaning of harmonization and implementation. The standardization framework is explained firstly from the point of view of European standardization policy and history, and secondly regarding the standardization framework in Belgium. In particular, an attempt is made to highlight some particularities existing in harmonization efforts of design methods and codes for glass works.
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design methods, standards, standardization, assessment, performances, structural glass, technical agreement, glass

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Delincé, Didier, Dieter Callewaert, Jan Belis, and Rudy Van Impe. 2010. “A Story About Standardization for Design of Glass Works.” In Application of Architectural Glass, 4th International Symposium, Proceedings, ed. Geralt Siebert and Andreas Haese, 33–44. München, Germany: Universität der Bundeswehr.
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Delincé, D., Callewaert, D., Belis, J., & Van Impe, R. (2010). A story about standardization for design of glass works. In Geralt Siebert & A. Haese (Eds.), Application of Architectural Glass, 4th International symposium, Proceedings (pp. 33–44). Presented at the 4th International symposium on the Application of Architectural Glass (ISAAG 2010), München, Germany: Universität der Bundeswehr.
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Delincé D, Callewaert D, Belis J, Van Impe R. A story about standardization for design of glass works. In: Siebert G, Haese A, editors. Application of Architectural Glass, 4th International symposium, Proceedings. München, Germany: Universität der Bundeswehr; 2010. p. 33–44.
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Delincé, Didier, Dieter Callewaert, Jan Belis, et al. “A Story About Standardization for Design of Glass Works.” Application of Architectural Glass, 4th International Symposium, Proceedings. Ed. Geralt Siebert & Andreas Haese. München, Germany: Universität der Bundeswehr, 2010. 33–44. Print.
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  author       = {Delinc{\'e}, Didier and Callewaert, Dieter and Belis, Jan and Van Impe, Rudy},
  booktitle    = {Application of Architectural Glass, 4th International symposium, Proceedings},
  editor       = {Siebert, Geralt and Haese, Andreas},
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  language     = {eng},
  location     = {M{\"u}nchen, Germany},
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  title        = {A story about standardization for design of glass works},
  year         = {2010},
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