ASTM E1300 PDF

More E The specified design load shall be used for this calculation. This practice does not address aesthetic issues caused by glass deflection. These factors include but are not limited to: thermal stresses, spontaneous breakage of tempered glass, the effects of windborne debris, excessive deflections, behavior of glass fragments after breakage, blast, seismic effects, building movement, heat flow, edge bite, noise abatement, and potential post-breakage consequences. In addition, considerations set forth in building codes along with criteria presented in safety-glazing standards and site-specific concerns may control the ultimate glass type and thickness selection.

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More E The specified design load shall be used for this calculation. This practice does not address aesthetic issues caused by glass deflection. These factors include but are not limited to: thermal stresses, spontaneous breakage of tempered glass, the effects of windborne debris, excessive deflections, behavior of glass fragments after breakage, blast, seismic effects, building movement, heat flow, edge bite, noise abatement, and potential post-breakage consequences.

In addition, considerations set forth in building codes along with criteria presented in safety-glazing standards and site-specific concerns may control the ultimate glass type and thickness selection. Scope 1. This practice shall not apply to other applications including, but not limited to, balustrades, glass floor panels, aquariums, structural glass members, and glass shelves.

This practice assumes that 1 the supported glass edges for two, three, and four-sided support conditions are simply supported and free to slip in plane; 2 glass supported on two sides acts as a simply supported beam; and 3 glass supported on one side acts as a cantilever.

For insulating glass units, this practice only applies to insulating glass units with four-sided edge support. This practice does not apply to glass with surface or edge treatments that reduce the glass strength. The final thickness and type of glass selected also depends upon a variety of other factors see 5.

Appendix X1 provides additional procedures to determine maximum lateral deflection for glass simply supported on four sides. The values given in parentheses are for mathematical conversions to inch-pound units that are provided for information only and are not considered standard. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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This practice shall not apply to other applications including, but not limited to, balustrades, glass floor panels, aquariums, structural glass members, and glass shelves. This practice assumes that 1 the supported glass edges for two, three, and four-sided support conditions are simply supported and free to slip in plane; 2 glass supported on two sides acts as a simply supported beam; and 3 glass supported on one side acts as a cantilever. For insulating glass units, this practice only applies to insulating glass units with four-sided edge support. This practice does not apply to glass with surface or edge treatments that reduce the glass strength. The final thickness and type of glass selected also depends upon a variety of other factors see 5.

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