Investigation of Wind and Temperature Dependence for Dimensioning of Laminated Inserts

  • Matthieu Thésé T/E/S/S - atelier d'ingénierie
  • Jorge Hidalgo T/E/S/S - atelier d'ingénierie

Abstract

This study proposes a review of different design approaches allowing to dimension a laminated insert connection. It focuses on façade assemblies, where the critical load is due to wind, and where the stiffness relies on a highly viscoelastic material SentryGlas®. The high variability of material stiffness is considered using three different approaches. The first approach determines critical wind speeds and temperature values using a site-specific probabilistic analysis. The second approach uses the First Order Reliability Method to perform a probabilistic design. The final approach suggests a method for evaluating the wind and temperature dependence. This method is based on the Monte-Carlo simulation method and shows potential for optimizing the dimensioning of such façade connections.

How to Cite
THÉSÉ, Matthieu; HIDALGO, Jorge. Investigation of Wind and Temperature Dependence for Dimensioning of Laminated Inserts. Challenging Glass Conference Proceedings, [S.l.], v. 7, sep. 2020. ISSN 2589-8019. Available at: <https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/cgc/article/view/4477>. Date accessed: 23 oct. 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.7480/cgc.7.4477.
Published
2020-09-04