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Architectural Glass: Solar, Thermal & Optical Properties
Presented by Mark Dannettel, LEED AP Thornton Tomasetti’s Mark Dannettel will present “Architectural Glass: Solar, Thermal & Optical Properties,” the first of a two-part series on architectural glass. The series aims to assist the designer with fundamental aspects of the glass selection process, and explains the characteristics and design properties associated with architectural glass. The first presentation will detail its mechanical properties, while the second lecture will focus on structural properties. Both of these lectures directly assist the designer with the fundamental aspects of the glass selection process.

Thursday, 15 November 2012
Registration / Reception: 6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Presentation: 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Thornton Tomasetti, Inc. – 6080 Center Drive, Suite 260, Los Angeles, CA 90045

(See attached map)
*Attendees should park across the street at the Howard Hughes Center. Enter the parking garage at the corner of Center Drive and Promenade Place. Parking rates Monday-Friday: 4:00pm – closing is a $2.00 flat rate payable upon entrance to the structure.

Learning Objectives:
• • • • Learn about solar and thermal radiation. Learn about glass coatings, tints, and ceramic frits, with respect to solar, thermal, and optical performance. Learn how glass compositions affect solar, thermal, and acoustic performance. Learn about fabrication and durability issues for glass coatings.
*Approved for AIA credit

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Contact: Chair – Judson Taylor, AIA, LEED AP (Simpson Gumpertz & Heger) RSVP by e-mail to: Mia Vogel, Administrative Assistant at (213) 271-2000 RSVP required. 24-hour cancellation is requested.

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