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AS - Industry Guide - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. AS - Glass in Buildings, Selection and Installation. Australian Standard, AS – Glass in buildings – Selection and installation. •. British Standard, BS Code of practice for glazing for buildings . AS v2. August 2, | Author: Nguyen Huu Quyen | Category: N/A. DOWNLOAD PDF - MB. Share Embed Donate. Report this link.


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Documents are provided as PDF files,. Miss Leanne Winter Committee BD , Glazing and Fixing of Glass, to supersede AS — AS — (Incorporating Amendment No. 1). Australian Standard. ®. Glass in buildings—Selection and installation. A. S. — 0. 6. AS ꞉ (EN) ᴾᴼᴼᴮᴸᴵᶜᴽ - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. standard4.

It is important that readers assure themselves they are using a current Standard. This Standard was published on 16 January To maintain their currency. The following are represented on Committee BD Standards may also be withdrawn. It was approved on behalf of the Council of Standards Australia on 28 November

No part of this work may be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means. Published by Standards Australia.

Fourth edition AS — revised and redesignated AS Human impact safety requirements. This Standard will be referenced in the Building Code of Australia Notes to the text contain information and guidance.

The change to ultimate limit state design in the new wind code has necessitated the corresponding upgrading of the wind loading charts. The most significant changes of this revision include the following: Glazing for buildings. This is a free 9 page sample. The charts are unique as they incorporate all relevant aspects that influence the performance of glass in the one chart for each glass type and thickness.

There was also a need to recognize that accidents involving glass continued at a high rate and at a considerable cost to the community. The committee has taken this opportunity to improve the design charts to include basic criteria such as the influence of aspect ratio and slenderness factor.

Part 4: Safety related to human impact. The Committee considers that this Standard represents the best compromise that can be presented at this time. Further research and testing for safety will possibly result in changes which will be incorporated in future editions.

The Standard has also been closely aligned with international practice by the adoption of selected criteria from international Standards. When revising this Standard. It makes recommendations for design and installation practice based on proven techniques but does not restrict the adoption of materials or methods of design that can be shown to the satisfaction of the responsible authority to provide no lesser standard of materials.

They are not an integral part of the Standard. The new charts are based on the increased ultimate limit state wind loads. With these factors in mind. The objective of this Standard is to provide uniform direction for the use and installation of glazing throughout Australia to allow its use in legislation.

Access the full version online Design wind speeds depend on the importance levels of the buildings as well as the wind region for the building. The charts in this edition are based on ULS stresses of The previous edition of AS gave permissible design stresses for wind load as The rationale used in the revision of AS to include the ultimate design strength of glass is given below. Minimum design loads on structures—Wind loads to include limit states design. The limiting design stresses for each glass thickness used in developing the design charts are given in Appendix B.

Glass strength requirements are given for glazing. Where glazing is replaced because of breakage or any other reason. This Standard does not cover the following: Section 4 may give a more conservative design solution. Click on the logos to search the database online. Selection and installation The remainder of this document is available for purchase online at www. AS Glass in buildings. Flag for inappropriate content.

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AS 1288-2006-v2

Glass strength requirements are given for glazing based on the tensile stresses developed on the surface of the glass. The objective of this Standard is to provide uniform direction for the use and installation of glazing throughout Australia, to allow its use in legislation, and to clarify technical definitions. Under this revision consideration was given to the existing human impact safety requirements of AS — and to numerous other international Standards regarding human safety.

There was recognition that accidents involving glass continue at a high rate and at a considerable cost to the community.

With these factors in mind, changes were made that have resulted in the introduction of increased areas of safety glass and the reduction of areas of ordinary glass in locations where accidents are known to occur at greater frequency.

The new charts are based on the increased ultimate limit state wind loads. Improved design charts include basic criteria such as the influence of aspect ratio and slenderness factor.

The charts incorporate all relevant aspects that influence the performance of glass in the one chart for each glass type and thickness. The sections of the Standard are: AREA For a given type and thickness of glass the area shall be determined on the basis of all of the following criteria: Section Section Section Section 3 4 5 6 Wind loading.

The limitation of area for monolithic annealed glass shall also be applicable see Clause 3 in AS DESIGN Section 4 sets out a deemed-to-comply methodology for determining the minimum glass thickness to be used to resist the ultimate limit state design wind pressures.

Compliance with Section 4 is deemed to meet. Glass supported along the top and bottom edges by one means and along the vertical edges by another means shall be considered to be framed provided each frame member of the assembly complies with the deflection requirements of Section 3.

The following frame deflection limits under serviceability loading satisfy or are an acceptable alternative to Clause 3.

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This guide should be read in conjunction with AS When completely assembled and glazed. The design wind pressure Pu shall be the ultimate limit state design wind pressure determined in accordance with the BCA for the importance level of the building and the appropriate annual 0. For the construction and installation of windows.

A panel glazed directly into a building structure by means of appropriate beads or stops shall be considered to be framed provided the assembly complies with deflection requirements of Section 3. The information is a quick reference guide only and is not intended to replace the Standard. General design. In general.

For an example calculation. Butt glazing of adjacent panels in the same plane should not be considered as a support when using Figures 4. For rectangles of glass supported along all four edges. AWA AS For rectangles of glass supported on three edges. For rectangles of glass supported on two opposite edges. When loads are shared between panes of glass within an insulating glass unit.

Where reference is made to floor or ground level this means the highest abutting finished floor or ground level. Precautions should be taken to reduce the risk of injuries that can result from glass breakage by— a selecting glass of a suitable type. Linear interpolation is permitted between the lines for each aspect ratio. It should be noted that a more economical design might be obtained by following the design procedures given in Section 3 of this Standard.

For heat-strengthened laminated and toughened laminated glass. In some circumstances the requirements of other Sections can exceed the requirements of this Section Accident statistics show that glazing in some locations in buildings is more vulnerable to human impact than in others. These critical locations include the following: Is a glazed panel capable of being mistaken for a doorway or unimpeded path of travel?

Refer Clause 5. The application of Section 5 requiring the use of either safety glass or thicker annealed glass will reduce the risk of injury from human impact. This does not assume that the glass will not be broken under all human impact conditions.

Glass is a brittle material. The band and adhesive shall be of durable materials that are resistant to chemicals.

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Marking shall comply with either a or b and located in height so that the vertical distance from the floor level is: Where the marking is achieved using an applied adhesive material. Making glass visible by marking is not a substitute for the use of safety glass where it is a requirement of this section.

This may be achieved either by ensuring that the band contrasts with the background or by increasing the height of the band. The band shall be readily apparent. When broken. Not more than mm to the lower edge of the band. On tall Double-Hung Windows both sashes could be within mm of floor level so both sashes need to comply with human impact clause. Larger areas of ordinary annealed glass are not permitted regardless of glass thickness. Example of Manifestation A band or marking is not required where any of the following applies: Whilst not required for compliance to Clause 5.

AS1288-2006 - Industry Guide

A broken line or patterns using company logos shall be an acceptable form of marking provided it meets the other criteria in this clause. A minimum of 5 mm ordinary annealed glass may be used up to a maximum area of 0.

Less than 0. Ordinary annealed glass. Grade A toughened safety glass with a minimum thickness of 5 mm may be used for a maximum area not exceeding 2.

For 3 mm and 4 mm decorated annealed glass. Individual pieces of ordinary annealed glass incorporated in leadlights may be used. Partly framed glazing. All fully framed glazing in side panels.

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