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Influence of the load history on the edge strength of glass with cut edge finishing

(2012) CHALLENGING GLASS 3. p.587-596
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The Edge strength of glass is affected by the load history: i.e. the load duration and the loading type, e.g. constant loading, cyclic loading or linearly increasing loading. In standards, these influences are expressed by the factor kmod, which reduces the strength depending on the load type, e.g. wind load, temperature load. In this study, five series of glass specimens with a cut edge finishing were subjected to in-plane four-point bending tests. First, the specimens were subjected to a linearly increasing loading. Then identical specimens were subjected to either a constant loading or a cyclic loading or both. These test results were compared to the theoretical prediction, based on the theory of fracture mechanics, as well as to the guidelines of the standards.
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Stress corrosion, Fracture Mechanics, Edge strength, Structural glass, Load history, Load duration, Edge finishing, Load type

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Vandebroek, Marc, Jan Belis, and Christian Louter. 2012. “Influence of the Load History on the Edge Strength of Glass with Cut Edge Finishing.” In CHALLENGING GLASS 3, ed. Freek Bos, Rob Nijsse, and Fred Veer, 587–596. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.
APA
Vandebroek, M., Belis, J., & Louter, C. (2012). Influence of the load history on the edge strength of glass with cut edge finishing. In F. Bos, R. Nijsse, & F. Veer (Eds.), CHALLENGING GLASS 3 (pp. 587–596). Presented at the 3rd Conference on Architectural and Structural Applications of Glass - Challenging Glass, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.
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Vandebroek M, Belis J, Louter C. Influence of the load history on the edge strength of glass with cut edge finishing. In: Bos F, Nijsse R, Veer F, editors. CHALLENGING GLASS 3. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press; 2012. p. 587–96.
MLA
Vandebroek, Marc, Jan Belis, and Christian Louter. “Influence of the Load History on the Edge Strength of Glass with Cut Edge Finishing.” CHALLENGING GLASS 3. Ed. Freek Bos, Rob Nijsse, & Fred Veer. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press, 2012. 587–596. Print.
@inproceedings{3000637,
  abstract     = {The Edge strength of glass is affected by the load history: i.e. the load duration and the loading type, e.g. constant loading, cyclic loading or linearly increasing loading. In standards, these influences are expressed by the factor kmod, which reduces the strength depending on the load type, e.g. wind load, temperature load. In this study, five series of glass specimens with a cut edge finishing were subjected to in-plane four-point bending tests. First, the specimens were subjected to a linearly increasing loading. Then identical specimens were subjected to either a constant loading or a cyclic loading or both. These test results were compared to the theoretical prediction, based on the theory of fracture mechanics, as well as to the guidelines of the standards.},
  author       = {Vandebroek, Marc and Belis, Jan and Louter, Christian},
  booktitle    = {CHALLENGING GLASS 3},
  editor       = {Bos, Freek and Nijsse, Rob and Veer, Fred},
  isbn         = {9781614990604},
  keyword      = {Stress corrosion,Fracture Mechanics,Edge strength,Structural glass,Load history,Load duration,Edge finishing,Load type},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Delft, the Netherlands},
  pages        = {587--596},
  publisher    = {IOS Press},
  title        = {Influence of the load history on the edge strength of glass with cut edge finishing},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-061-1-587},
  year         = {2012},
}

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