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Schoenmaker, Eva (author)
This thesis is part of a larger ongoing research project at the TU Delft regarding structural glass as a novel construction material. Here, the focus is directed towards the casting of glass to create complex free-form geometries. Thus far, only smaller components have been created, but a multitude of previous student work explored how the...
master thesis 2023
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GIASSIA, GEORGINA (author)
Dense urbanization increases the demand on the building sector who is responsible, on the one hand for producing large amounts of landfilled glass waste, and on the other for consuming the earth’s natural resources and release additional CO2 emissions, for the manufacture of new architectural glass. These unfavorable conditions together with the...
master thesis 2022
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Veenstra, Rozemarijn (author)
Glass has become ever more popular in the building industry. Glass is already used in facades, staircases, fins, floors, and beams. Nevertheless, free-standing load-bearing glass columns are rarely used. It needs to be robust, which means that it needs to give a warning before failure so that people can evacuate. Glass is a brittle material and...
master thesis 2021
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Jacobs, Erwin (author)
The search for a transparent, reversible, and reusable consolidation system for monuments led to the ambition to test possible cast glass interlocking brick designs using numerical calculations. The focus of this research is hence the design, simulation and evaluation of a possible cast glass interlocking geometry using Finite Element Analysis ...
master thesis 2017
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