Factors influencing envelope airtightness of lightweight timber-frame houses built in the Czech Republic in the period of 2006–2019

@article{Bhm2021FactorsIE,
  title={Factors influencing envelope airtightness of lightweight timber-frame houses built in the Czech Republic in the period of 2006–2019},
  author={Martina B{\"o}hm and Jitka Ber{\'a}nkov{\'a} and Jiř{\'i} Brich and Marek Pol{\'a}{\vs}ek and Jarom{\'i}r Srba and Dana Němcov{\'a} and Robert {\vC}ern{\'y}},
  journal={Building and Environment},
  year={2021},
  volume={194},
  pages={107687}
}
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