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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.

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Thermostatic Bimetal Integrated Facade as a Micro-Climate Controller Apr 06, 2015 Kyoung-Hee Kim (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), John Mays (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Ok-Kyun Im (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Towards Digital Containerized Factories of Composite Architectural Panels for Complex Shaped Buildings Apr 06, 2015 Daniel Chung (Drexel University), Kihong Ku (Philadelphia University)
Troubleshooting in Design of Construction Details, Walls Apr 12, 2010 Mark Lawton, P. Eng. (Morrison Hershfield Limited)
Use of Thermal Inertia for Reduction of HVAC Energy Consumption in Cooling Dominated and Mixed Climates Apr 13, 2015 Jan Kośny, Fraunhofer CSE, Boston, MA, USA, Elizabeth Kossecka, Polish Academy Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, Ali Fallahi, Fraunhofer CSE, Boston, MA, USA, David Yarbrough, R&D Services, Inc., Cookeville, TN, USA
Vacuum Insulation Panels in Wood Frame Wall Constructions Apr 12, 2010 Thomas Haavi, Bjørn Petter Jelle, Arild Gustavsen, Steinar Grynning, Sivert Uvsløkk, Ruben Baetens, Roland Caps