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Composites are composed of at least two physically (not chemically) combined distinct building materials. They include matrixed materials, such as cement; fiber-reinforced plastics, such as fiberglass; and engineered wood products, such as plywood and oriented strand board.

Title Datesort descending Author
Concrete Lattice: Unitized Architecture of Assembly Jun 14, 2017 Ryan Goold (University of Michigan), Daniel Fougere (University of Michigan), Tsz Yan Ng (University of Michigan), Wes McGee (University of Michigan)
Prefabricated Exterior Wall Panels for Commercial Building Enclosures Apr 16, 2018 Kenneth C. Loush, PE, Eastern Exterior Wall Systems, Inc
Cloud Magnet: The Ethical Imperative for Environmental Health and Restoration May 16, 2018 Rashida Ng (Temple University), Andrew Wit (Temple University), Tonia Hsieh (Temple University)
Saint-Gobain and Certainteed North American Headquarters: A Whole Buildings Design Guide Case Study Jul 12, 2018 Whole Buildings Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences

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