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Šijanec Zavrl, M (2004) Analysing indoor Climate in Building Heritage in Slovenia. In: European Research on Cultural Heritage, State-of-the-Art Studies. ITAM, pp. 389-403. ISBN 80-86246-23-X

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Considerable scientific effort and financial resources are involved in conserving historic buildings and creating appropriate indoor climate conditions and thermal comfort for users, visitors, exhibited objects and the building itself. In Slovenia the idea of establishment of central monitoring system of building heritage was at the first step realised through the cooperation in EU 1383 Eureka/Eurocare project Prevent. In order to improve the indoor conditions in historic buildings and to realise preventive restoration strategy the international co-operation had been established through the EU 1383 Prevent project that on the basis of permanent monitoring of indoor climate in some heritage buildings. The idea of using the “wall warming” method for energy-efficient improvement of microclimatic control in historic buildings was investigated in the further step. In the paper the monitoring campaigns in different types of heritage buildings (heated and unheated) in Slovenia are described and wall tempering system effects on indoor climate are presented more in detail, based on computer simulations and monitoring the performance of demo-installations. Further ideas for research in the field of improvement of indoor climate and consequently integrated preventive conservation are described.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Historic building; Environmental monitoring; Energy efficiency; Computer simulation; Preventive conservation
Subjects: English > Climate Control > Heating
Depositing User: Anna Samuelsson
Date Deposited: 20 May 2008 14:33
Last Modified: 29 Dec 2016 13:28

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