Posts Tagged ‘University of Michigan’

Energy-Conserving Windows Installed at University of Michigan

Oct 13th, 2021

The Office of the Vice President for Student Life and Architecture, Engineering and Construction collaborated over the summer to replace windows at Oxford Houses in a move expected to significantly reduce energy use and save heating and cooling costs. The project involved approximately 16,000 square feet of windows at the facility east of Central Campus […]

Research Report: Trends in Window Film and PPF

Aug 11th, 2021

Window film companies know that business is booming—because many shops are as busier as ever. The data bears that out as well, even though research shows that consumer sentiment still has some recovering to do. Nick St. Denis, director of research at Key Media & Research (WINDOW FILM magazine’s parent company), discussed demand and trends […]

Researchers May Have Found Solution to Windshield Bus Glare

Feb 10th, 2016

A team of researchers has solved a problem with windshield glare on bus windshields by using diamond-like (DLC) materials on the glass. Previous research, they say, focused on lighting solutions instead of the glass. Here’s the issue: During night-time operations, windshield glare caused by interior lighting in a bus can reduce the driver’s vision, creating […]

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