NEN-EN 410:2010 Ontw. en

Vlakglas voor gebouwen - Bepaling van de toetredingseigenschappen voor licht en zon van glas

  • Deze norm is ingetrokken sinds 22-02-2011


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Status Ingetrokken
Aantal pagina's 60
Commissie Vlakglas
Gepubliceerd op 01-07-2010
Taal Engels
This European Standard specifies methods of determining the luminous and solar characteristics of glazing in buildings. These characteristic can serve as a basis for lighting, heating and cooling calculations of rooms and permit comparison between different types of glazing. This European Standard applies both to conventional glazing and to absorbing or reflecting solar-control glazing, used as vertical or horizontal glazed apertures. The appropriate formulae for single, double and triple glazing are given. This European Standard is accordingly applicable to all transparent materials except those which show significant transmission in the wavelength region 5 μm to 50 μm of ambient temperature radiation, such as certain plastic materials. Materials with light-scattering properties for incident radiation are dealt with as conventional transparent materials subject to certain conditions. Angular light and solar properties of glass in building are excluded from this Standard. However, research work in this area is summarised in E.1, E.2 and E.3. While this European Standard presents the formulae for the exact calculations of the spectral characteristics of glazing, it does not consider the uncertainty of the measurements necessary to determine the spectral parameters that are used in the calculations. It should be noted that, for simple glazing systems where few measurements are required, the uncertainty of the results will be satisfactory if correct measurements procedures have been followed. When the glazing systems become complex and a large number of measurements are required to determine the spectral parameters, the uncertainty is cumulative with the number of measurements and should be considered in the final results. The term interface used in this European Standard, is considered to be a surface characterized by its transmission and reflections of light intensities. That is, the interaction with light is incoherent, all phase information being lost. In the case of thin films (not described in this European Standard), interfaces are characterized by transmission and reflections of light amplitudes, i.e. the interaction with light is coherent and phase information is available. Finally, for clarity, a coated interface can be described as having one or more thin films, but the entire stack of thin films is characterized by its resulting transmission and reflection of light intensities. In Annex B, the procedure for the calculation of spectral characteristics of laminated glass makes specific reference to coated glass. The same procedure can be adopted for filmed glass (e.g. adhesive backed polymeric film applied to glass).


ICS-code 81.040.20
Nederlandse titel Vlakglas voor gebouwen - Bepaling van de toetredingseigenschappen voor licht en zon van glas
Engelse titel Glass in building - Determination of luminous and solar characteristics of glazing
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