Calculate vacuum glass with WINSLT®

Due to its lighter construction and high insulation values, vacuum glass is increasingly used – especially for the renovation of old buildings and in the field of monument protection. The new WINSLT add-on takes this fact into account. It makes it possible for the first time to carry out an exact, fully automatic calculation of vacuum glazing based on existing ISO/FDIS standards.

 

 

Further information on the calculation of vacuum glazing:

product presentation

 Video for the calculation of vacuum glass

 

 

 

09. – 11.10.2019 – Rosenheim Window & Facade Conference

From 09. – 11.10.2019 the Window & Facade Conference Rosenheim will take place in Rosenheim, the Sommer Informatik is represented there again with a booth. We invite you to visit us there.

As special highlights we present you this year our new versions in the areas of building physics and statics.

You are welcome to make an appointment in advance on our stand.

DIN EN 410

DIN EN 410 – Glass in construction – Determination of photometric and radiation physical parameters of glazing: specifies the calculation method for determining the photometric and radiation physical parameters of glazing.

DIN EN 673

DIN EN 673 – Glass in construction – Determination of the heat transfer coefficient specifies the method of calculation for determining the U value of a glazing.

The heat transfer coefficient depends on:

  • Structure
  • Gas filling
  • Coating
  • Mounting position

This takes into account:

  • Convection
  • Thermal radiation
  • Heat conduction

U-value

The U-value indicates the heat transfer through a homogeneous solid. It depends on the boundary conditions of the thickness and the conductivity of the material. With the layer thickness (d) and the conductivity (l) the heat transfer resistance Ri = d / l is calculated for each individual layer. The sum of the internal resistances (Rsi), outside (Rse) gives the total thermal resistance (RT).

The U-value is now calculated from the reciprocal of RT = 1 / RT and is expressed in watts per square meter and Kelvin (W/m2*K).