Moisture Monitoring during an Artificial Weathering Test of a Cultural Heritage Compatible Insulation Plaster

@inproceedings{Frick2016MoistureMD,
  title={Moisture Monitoring during an Artificial Weathering Test of a Cultural Heritage Compatible Insulation Plaster},
  author={J. Frick and Manuela Reichert and Frank Lehmann and Michael Stegmaier and Katja HERTER},
  year={2016}
}
The majority of the building-stock from before 1900 has been erected with natural hydraulic lime-based mortars in massive masonry. Due to the low modulus of elasticity of lime-based mortars there has never been a need for dilation joints in old masonry structures. Changes in shape as a result of expan sion d contraction, due to hot/cold cycles, could be… CONTINUE READING