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Adaptive and composite thin glass concepts for architectural applications. / Louter, Christian; Akilo, Michele; Miri, Bahareh; Neeskens, Tim; Ribeiro Silveira, Rafael; Topcu, Özhan; van der Weijde, Iris; Zha, Congrui; Bilow, Marcel; Turrin, Michela; Klein, Tillmann; O'Callaghan, James.

In: Heron, Vol. 63, No. 1/2, 9, 2018, p. 199-218.

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Harvard

Louter, C, Akilo, M, Miri, B, Neeskens, T, Ribeiro Silveira, R, Topcu, Ö, van der Weijde, I, Zha, C, Bilow, M, Turrin, M, Klein, T & O'Callaghan, J 2018, 'Adaptive and composite thin glass concepts for architectural applications' Heron, vol. 63, no. 1/2, 9, pp. 199-218.

APA

Louter, C., Akilo, M., Miri, B., Neeskens, T., Ribeiro Silveira, R., Topcu, Ö., ... O'Callaghan, J. (2018). Adaptive and composite thin glass concepts for architectural applications. Heron, 63(1/2), 199-218. [9].

Vancouver

Louter C, Akilo M, Miri B, Neeskens T, Ribeiro Silveira R, Topcu Ö et al. Adaptive and composite thin glass concepts for architectural applications. Heron. 2018;63(1/2):199-218. 9.

Author

Louter, Christian ; Akilo, Michele ; Miri, Bahareh ; Neeskens, Tim ; Ribeiro Silveira, Rafael ; Topcu, Özhan ; van der Weijde, Iris ; Zha, Congrui ; Bilow, Marcel ; Turrin, Michela ; Klein, Tillmann ; O'Callaghan, James. / Adaptive and composite thin glass concepts for architectural applications. In: Heron. 2018 ; Vol. 63, No. 1/2. pp. 199-218.

BibTeX

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