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A new experimental test set-up for investigating impact resistance of laminated glass

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Standardised test methods to assess impact resistance of laminated glass panels, such as EN 356, classify the outcomes based on a discrete, visual basis, with no instrumentation being used to investigate the dynamic behaviour. In this research, an experimental campaign with an extensively instrumented small-scale drop weight set-up is presented. The set-up is fit-ted with a force sensor, an accelerometer and displacement sensor. Furthermore the specimen are equipped with strain gauges and are filmed with a high-speed camera. Next, how to process the data is described. Quantitative data can thus be extracted from an experimental campaign, instead of mere qualitative information. It is clear better instrumented test methods, such as the one presented, are necessary to further develop adequate material models for laminated glass subjected to impact loading.
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dynamic behaviour, impact, Laminated glass, high-speed imaging

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Van Dam, Sam, Joren Pelfrene, Wim Van Paepegem, et al. “A New Experimental Test Set-up for Investigating Impact Resistance of Laminated Glass.” COST ACTION TU0905: MID-TERM CONFERENCE ON STRUCTURAL GLASS. Ed. Jan Belis, Christian Louter, & Danijel Mocibob. Leiden, The Netherlands: CRC Press/Balkema, 2013. 359–366. Print.
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Van Dam, Sam, Pelfrene, J., Van Paepegem, W., Degrieck, J., Lecompte, D., & Vantomme, J. (2013). A new experimental test set-up for investigating impact resistance of laminated glass. In Jan Belis, C. Louter, & D. Mocibob (Eds.), COST ACTION TU0905: MID-TERM CONFERENCE ON STRUCTURAL GLASS (pp. 359–366). Presented at the COST Action TU0905, Mid-term Conference on Structural Glass, Leiden, The Netherlands: CRC Press/Balkema.
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Van Dam, Sam, Joren Pelfrene, Wim Van Paepegem, Joris Degrieck, David Lecompte, and John Vantomme. 2013. “A New Experimental Test Set-up for Investigating Impact Resistance of Laminated Glass.” In COST ACTION TU0905: MID-TERM CONFERENCE ON STRUCTURAL GLASS, ed. Jan Belis, Christian Louter, and Danijel Mocibob, 359–366. Leiden, The Netherlands: CRC Press/Balkema.
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Van Dam, Sam, Joren Pelfrene, Wim Van Paepegem, Joris Degrieck, David Lecompte, and John Vantomme. 2013. “A New Experimental Test Set-up for Investigating Impact Resistance of Laminated Glass.” In COST ACTION TU0905: MID-TERM CONFERENCE ON STRUCTURAL GLASS, ed. Jan Belis, Christian Louter, and Danijel Mocibob, 359–366. Leiden, The Netherlands: CRC Press/Balkema.
Vancouver
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Van Dam S, Pelfrene J, Van Paepegem W, Degrieck J, Lecompte D, Vantomme J. A new experimental test set-up for investigating impact resistance of laminated glass. In: Belis J, Louter C, Mocibob D, editors. COST ACTION TU0905: MID-TERM CONFERENCE ON STRUCTURAL GLASS. Leiden, The Netherlands: CRC Press/Balkema; 2013. p. 359–66.
IEEE
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S. Van Dam, J. Pelfrene, W. Van Paepegem, J. Degrieck, D. Lecompte, and J. Vantomme, “A new experimental test set-up for investigating impact resistance of laminated glass,” in COST ACTION TU0905: MID-TERM CONFERENCE ON STRUCTURAL GLASS, Porec, Croatia, 2013, pp. 359–366.
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  abstract     = {{Standardised test methods to assess impact resistance of laminated glass panels, such as EN 356, classify the outcomes based on a discrete, visual basis, with no instrumentation being used to investigate the dynamic behaviour. In this research, an experimental campaign with an extensively instrumented small-scale drop weight set-up is presented. The set-up is fit-ted with a force sensor, an accelerometer and displacement sensor. Furthermore the specimen are equipped with strain gauges and are filmed with a high-speed camera. Next, how to process the data is described. Quantitative data can thus be extracted from an experimental campaign, instead of mere qualitative information. It is clear better instrumented test methods, such as the one presented, are necessary to further develop adequate material models for laminated glass subjected to impact loading.}},
  author       = {{Van Dam, Sam and Pelfrene, Joren and Van Paepegem, Wim and Degrieck, Joris and Lecompte, David and Vantomme, John}},
  booktitle    = {{COST ACTION TU0905: MID-TERM CONFERENCE ON STRUCTURAL GLASS}},
  editor       = {{Belis, Jan and Louter, Christian and Mocibob, Danijel}},
  isbn         = {{9781138000445}},
  keywords     = {{dynamic behaviour,impact,Laminated glass,high-speed imaging}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Porec, Croatia}},
  pages        = {{359--366}},
  publisher    = {{CRC Press/Balkema}},
  title        = {{A new experimental test set-up for investigating impact resistance of laminated glass}},
  year         = {{2013}},
}

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