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Aluminum Fenestration for Use in Building Envelopes

Publisher: Azon USA Inc.
Overview:
The manufacturers of fenestration products including windows and doors for use in a building envelope have a variety of many materials to choose from. This paper provides an industry overview, and examines the use of aluminum with a structural thermal barrier as the material of choice for fenestration worldwide. It also presents fundamental facts about aluminum for commercial and residential applications, and evaluates the structural longevity and design flexibility of such products. Data supporting the ability to meet energy codes for the architectural building industry is provided. Comparison studies are also presented on various types of systems that can be used for insulating aluminum windows and doors, while graphs representing deflection under load, life cycle of aluminum, thermograph, thermal expansion, and modulus of elasticity are also presented.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Industry overview2-3
2.Building and construction4
3.Strength and durability4
4.Design, production, protection5
5.Fit, finish, maintenance5-6
6.Energy efficiency6-7
7.Preventing energy loss7
8.Contact information10
9.References10
10.Links and resources10
11.Figures
11.1Deflection under load8
11.2Life cycle of aluminum8
11.3Thermography9
11.4Thermal expansion9
11.5Modulus of elasticity9
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