Colloquium: Glass as a Structural Material. The Structural Properties of Glass and its Application i
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Colloquium: Glass as a Structural Material. The Structural Properties of Glass and its Application i


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Colloquium: Glass as a Structural Material. The Structural Properties of Glass and its Application i
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This paper discusses the basic material properties that rnust be considered by the designer when producing glass structures. Various applications of these design considerations are described, together with the philosophy behind the development of particular structures. J.D. McCann

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