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Estonian Journal of Engineering

On the inhomogeneity of residual stresses in tempered glass panels; pp. 3–11

Full article in PDF format | doi: 10.3176/eng.2012.1.01

Authors
Johan Anton, Andrei Errapart, Mart Paemurru, Dominique Lochegnies, Siim Hödemann, Hillar Aben

Abstract

The paper shows that the residual stress at the surface of tempered glass panels may vary both locally (at a distance equal to the distance between the cooling jets) and globally, i.e., stresses near the edges and corners of the panels may be considerably different from the stresses in the middle part of the panels. That should be borne in mind while assessing the degree of temper by non-destructive measuring of the residual surface stress.


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