1
Kwon S Kim: Prefabricated panel construction system. Star Manufacturing Co, Hubbard Thurman Turner & Tucker, February 15, 1983: US04373312 (56 worldwide citation)

A system of constructing a building using prefabricated wall and roof panels, each of the panels comprising interior and exterior corrugated metal sheets disposed on opposite major faces of a foamed core. The panels are assembled together in edge-to-edge relationship with complementary mating edges ...


2
Kwon S Kim: Prefabricated panel construction system. Star Manufacturing Company of Oklahoma, Hubbard Thurman Turner Tucker & Glaser, October 20, 1981: US04295304 (46 worldwide citation)

A system of constructing a building using prefabricated wall and roof panels, each of the panels comprising interior and exterior corrugated metal sheets disposed on opposite major faces of a foamed core. The panels are assembled together in edge-to-edge relationship with complementary mating edges ...


3
Kwon S Kim: Prefabricated panel construction system. Star Manufacturing Co, Hubbard Thurman Turner & Tucker, March 13, 1984: US04435934 (13 worldwide citation)

A system of constructing a building using prefabricated wall and roof panels, each of the panels comprising interior and exterior corrugated metal sheets disposed on opposite major faces of a foamed core. The panels are assembled together in edge-to-edge relationship with complementary mating edges ...


4
Kwon S Kim: Prefabricated panel construction system. Star Manufacturing Co, Hubbard Thurman Turner & Tucker, February 8, 1983: US04372901 (12 worldwide citation)

A system of constructing a building using prefabricated wall and roof panels, each of the panels comprising interior and exterior corrugated metal sheets disposed on opposite major faces of a foamed core. The panels are assembled together in edge-to-edge relationship with complementary mating edges ...


5
Michel Levert, Pierre Chapey: Prefabricated panel construction system - uses hollow panels with inner insulation and end extrusions which engage with others on adjacent panels via corrugated surfaces. Levert Michel, Chapey Pierre, October 1, 1993: FR2689167-A1

The system comprises prefabricated hollow panels (5, 5A) with a layer of insulating material (19) between their inner (16) and outer (17) skins. The vertical end of each panel is closed by an extrusion (6) with flanges (13, 14) which cover the edges of the panel, inner L-section branches (8, 9) and ...