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The effect of the thickness of the hollow glass layer

  • Author:Fanyu
  • Source:Www.glass.com.cn
  • Release on :2018-11-16

The reasonable configuration of the insulating glass is a very important content, because it has a certain influence on his performance. The reasonable arrangement of the insulating glass and the reasonable thickness of the insulating glass spacer layer can greatly reduce the transmission of energy through the radiation form, thereby reducing The loss of energy.

Convective transfer is due to the temperature difference between the two sides of the glass, causing the air to fall on the cold side and rise on the hot side, resulting in convection of the air, resulting in the loss of energy. There are several reasons for this phenomenon: First, the sealing of the glass and the surrounding frame system is poor, and the gas inside and outside the window frame can be directly exchanged to generate convection, resulting in loss of energy; second, the internal space structure design of the insulating glass Unreasonable, the gas inside the insulating glass is convected due to the temperature difference, and the energy is exchanged to generate energy loss. Third, the temperature difference between the inside and the outside of the window constituting the whole system is large, so that the temperature difference between the inside and outside of the insulating glass is also Larger, the air acts by means of cold radiation and heat conduction. insulating glass

First inInsulating glassConvection is generated on both sides, and then passed through the hollow glass as a whole to form a loss of energy. A reasonable hollow glass design can reduce the convection of the gas, thereby reducing the convection loss of energy.