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Experimental study on the gradual fracture of layers in multi-layer laminated glass plates under low-velocity impact

@inproceedings{Zemanova2021ExperimentalSO,
  title={Experimental study on the gradual fracture of layers in multi-layer laminated glass plates under low-velocity impact},
  author={Alena Zemanov'a and Petr Konr'ad and Petr H'ala and Radoslav Sovj'ak and Radim Hlruvzek and Jan Zeman and Michal vSejnoha},
  year={2021}
}
Through pendulum impact testing on suspended samples, we demonstrate the effect of the multi-layer layout on the low-velocity impact response of laminated glass plates consisting of three or four glass layers and PVB interlayers. Non-destructive tests proved the repeatability and the consistency of performed experiments. Destructive tests revealed significant differences in impact energies and breakage forces leading to glass fracture for individual specimens under impacts of increasing height… Expand

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