Calculation and control of electrical, optical and thermal properties of glass

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  • English
Ordentlich , Holon, Israel
Glass -- Electric properties., Glass -- Optical properties., Glass -- Thermal proper
ContributionsFrenkel", Boris Naftal"evich., Matveev, German Mikhailovich.
LC ClassificationsQC585 .M38, QC585 M38
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p. :
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Open LibraryOL20688450M

Cite this chapter as: Fotheringham U. () Thermal Properties of Glass. In: Bach H., Neuroth N. (eds) The Properties of Optical Glass. Schott Series on Glass and Glass Ceramics (Science, Technology, and Applications).Cited by: 2. The Thermal, Mechanical and Optical Properties of Glass, Article in Encyclopedia of Physics, Vol.

XIII. Berlin, Göttingen, Heidelberg: Springer (in preparation). Google Scholar [5]Cited by: The optical properties of solids provide an important tool for studying energy band struc- ture, impurity levels, excitons, localized defects, lattice vibrations, and certain magnetic excitations.

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The system simulation can be perceived as a data processing in a white box built by physical by: 5. Introduction to Glass Technology 7 Theoretical Strength of Glass • Theoretical strength of glass can be calculated from the energy needed to separate a plane of atoms, see diagram • Si - O covalent bonds are strong, circa kcal • Calculated value gives: 18 GPa or million Psi • Most practical and design strengths are times less.

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Flat clear glass, LOW-E coated glass and PVB laminated glass with different thickness are taken as samples. All the optical data, such as spectral transmittance and reflectance of the samples, in this.

(1/8” or 3mm clear glass) under identical conditions. These properties are widely used in cooling load calculations. To convert between these properties, SC = x SHGC.

• U-Value (W/m2K, Btu/hft2oF) is a measure of heat transfer through the glazing due to a temperature difference between the indoors and outdoors. tial component for outstanding optical properties → Radiation resistant glass types → Optical glasses with enhanced transmission values in the visible spectral range, especially in the blue-violet area: HT & HTultra glasses While addressing these different categories, SCHOTT distinguishes.e to its optical properties is the plasma frequency!p D p N ee2=m e"0, where m e is the mass of an electron and "0 the permittivity of free space.

Reflec-tivity and absorptance for light frequencies below the plasma frequency are high because electrons in the metal screen the electric field of .Semiconductor crystal used for IC etc. is high purity single crystal silicon of %, but when actually making a circuit, impurities are added to control the electrical properties.

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