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Glasses traditionally are used for enclosure components, including windows, doors and some panels. This category encompasses sheet, reinforced, tempered, and heat-insulating glass, and glass products, such as glass bricks and tiles, and rolled glass sections.

Title Datesort descending Author
Net Zero Requires Daylighting and Super Efficient Lighting Design Apr 10, 2010 James R Benya, PE (Benya Lighting Design)
Intuitive and Objective Approaches to Daylighting a New England Elementary School Apr 10, 2010 Michael Rosenfeld, FAIA (The Office of Michael Rosenfeld)
Window Selection Methodologies and Optimiation in High-Performance Commercial Buildings Apr 12, 2010 Kerry L. Haglund (University of Minnesota)
Developing the Next Three Generations of Zero-Energy Windows Apr 12, 2010 Brandon Tinianov, PhD, PE (Serious Materials)
Decision-Making Methodology & Selection Tools for High-Performance Window Systems in U.S. Climates Apr 12, 2010 Kerry L. Haglund, Senior Research Fellow (Center for Sustainable Building Research, U Minn.)
Solar Radiation Glazing Factors for Electrochromic Windows for Building Applications Apr 12, 2010 Bjorn Petter Jelle (SINTEF), Arild Gustavsen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Consideration for the Condensation Resistance of Fenestration Assemblies Apr 12, 2010 Tracy G. Rogers (Edgetech IG Inc.)
Review of Curtain Walls, Focusing on Design Problems and Solutions Apr 12, 2010 Karol Kazmierczak
Glazing Upgrade at Frank Lloyd Wright's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Apr 12, 2010 Angel Ayon (WASA/Studio A), William Rose (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Evaluating the Field Performance of Windows and Curtain Walls of Large Buildings Apr 12, 2010 Mario D. Goncalves (Patenaude-Trempe), Robert Jutra (Air-Ins)
Electronically Tintable Glass: The Future of High Performance Facades is Here Apr 12, 2010 Helen Sanders, PhD (Sage Electrochromics Inc.), Lou Podbelski, AIA )Sage Electrochromics Inc.)
Selecting the Ideal Windows for a High Performance Home in a Cold Climate Apr 12, 2010 Ari S. Rapport (IBACOS)
Very High Performance Glazing In Traditional Framing Apr 02, 2012 Christopher J. Barry (Pilkington NA Inc.)
Building Enclosure Performance Research— Applications in Professional Practice Apr 02, 2012 Mark Perepelitza, AIA (ZGF Architects)
The Emerging Role of Electronically Tintable Glass for Energy Codes and Standards Apr 02, 2012 Brandon TInianov, PhD
High Performance Curtain Wall Using Vacuum Insulated Panel (VIP) Spandrels Apr 02, 2012 Lawrence D. Carbary (Dow Corning Corporation), Andrew Dunlap, AIA (SmithGroup), Thomas F. O’Connor, FAIA (SmithGroup)
Sloped Glazing: Problems and Solutions Apr 02, 2012 Karol Kazmierczak, AIA (Building Enclosure Consulting LLC)
Assessing Thermal Comfort near Glass Facades with New Tools Apr 02, 2012 Sabine Hoffmann (Center for the Built Environment, University of California at Berkeley), Christoph Jedek (Center for the Built Environment, University of California at Berkeley), Edward Arens (Center for the Built Environment, University of California at Berkeley)
Single and Double Layered Vacuum Insulation Panels of the Same Thickness in Comparison Apr 02, 2012 Samuel Brunner (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology), T. Stahl (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology), Karim Ghazi Wakili (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology)
Energy Savings by Retrofitting Multi-Unit Residential Buildings: Case Studies Apr 02, 2012 Marianne F. Touchie (University of Toronto), Kim D. Pressnail (University of Toronto), Ekaterina S. Tzekova (University of Toronto)
Simulation of Dynamic Daylighting and Glare Control Systems for a Six-Story Net Zero Energy Office Building in Seattle, WA Apr 02, 2012 Christopher Meek (University of Washington), Amanda Bruot (University of Washington), Louie Caldwell (University of Washington)
The Role of the Building Façade – Curtain Walls Apr 02, 2012 Dudley McFarquhar, PhD, PE (McFarquhar Group Inc.)
Electronically Tintable Glass as an Architectural Enabler Apr 02, 2012 Helen Sanders, PhD (SAGE Electrochromics, Inc.), Louis Podbelski, AIA (SAGE Electrochromics, Inc.)
Bertschi School Living Science Building Nov 01, 2012 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Federal Center South Building 1202 : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Nov 01, 2012 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences

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