A new generation of materials has a potential for the development and the diffusion in the field of architectural design and in the building sector. The study proposed, part of a research about environmental load of etfe pillows and lightweight roofs developed in the Polytechnic of Milan, provides the reader with a systematic explanation of the life cycle of a new fluor polymer material, the Ethylene Tetra Fluoro Ethylene, and of its building system. Furthermore it explores the future ways for its self sufficient environmental performance.

Environmental load of ETFE cushions and future ways for their self-sufficient performances

MONTICELLI, CAROL;CAMPIOLI, ANDREA;ZANELLI, ALESSANDRA
2009-01-01

Abstract

A new generation of materials has a potential for the development and the diffusion in the field of architectural design and in the building sector. The study proposed, part of a research about environmental load of etfe pillows and lightweight roofs developed in the Polytechnic of Milan, provides the reader with a systematic explanation of the life cycle of a new fluor polymer material, the Ethylene Tetra Fluoro Ethylene, and of its building system. Furthermore it explores the future ways for its self sufficient environmental performance.
Symposium International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures (IASS) 2009, Evolution and Trends in Design, Analysis and Construction of Shell and Spatial Structures
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ETFE; Trasparent Materials; Life Cycle Assessment; Roofing systems
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