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.
|Brick Veneer Steel Stud (BV-SS) Wall Systems and Insulated Composite Backup (ICB) Panels||Apr 12, 2010||Keith D. Boyer (CENTRIA), John Preece, AIA (90Ten Architects)|
|Troubleshooting in Design of Construction Details, Walls||Apr 12, 2010||Mark Lawton, P. Eng. (Morrison Hershfield Limited)|
|Thermal Rehabilitation of Existing Building Enclosures by Using VIP (Vacuum Insulation Panel) Sandwich and Timber Based Panels||Apr 12, 2010||Christoph Buxbaum (Carinthia University of Applied Sciences), Wolfgang Gallent (Carinthia University of Applied Sciences), Sandra Kircher (Carinthia University of Applied Sciences), Oskar Pankratz (DesignAID), Albert Seiler (KNAUF Insulation Technology)|
|OSB Sheathing with Integral Water-Resistive Barriers||Apr 10, 2010||Thomas Thorsell (Syracuse University), Mark Bomberg (Syracusse University)|