heat-absorbing glass

heat-absorbing glass

A glass whose solar transmittance is reduced by adding various coloring agents to the molten glass; the most common colors are bronze, gray, and green. See also: Glass

heat-absorbing glass

A faintly blue-green plate or float glass, which absorbs 40% of the sun’s infrared (heat) rays and approximately 25% of the visible rays that pass through it; must be exposed uniformly to sunlight (without irregular shadows) to avoid cracking due to nonuniform heating.
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During preliminary building design, simulating STPV glass as heat-absorbing glass will impact the final building energy performance and occupants' comfort, as it might result in significant overestimation of the solar heat gains and oversizing of the building cooling system.
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