This paper is devoted to the geometrically nonlinear behaviour of one-dimensional elements. The research has included an experimental campaign, which was conducted on Laminated Glass (acronym: LG) subjected to compressive load, and a theoretical analysis, which developed a mathematical model for determining the critical load. The paper shows the experimentation, the model, the simulations of the tests with the model, and a theoretical analysis of products available in the architectural glass marketplace that encompasses glass structural applications. The results show the role of lamination on buckling and provide rules in order to use laminated glass for compressive elements.

Compression use of structural glass and glass structures

FORABOSCHI, PAOLO
2009

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This paper is devoted to the geometrically nonlinear behaviour of one-dimensional elements. The research has included an experimental campaign, which was conducted on Laminated Glass (acronym: LG) subjected to compressive load, and a theoretical analysis, which developed a mathematical model for determining the critical load. The paper shows the experimentation, the model, the simulations of the tests with the model, and a theoretical analysis of products available in the architectural glass marketplace that encompasses glass structural applications. The results show the role of lamination on buckling and provide rules in order to use laminated glass for compressive elements.
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