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Haeupl, Peter and Grunewald, John and Finkenstein, Claudia (2004) Energetische Sanierung eines Fachwerkhauses mit kapillaraktiver Innendaemmung (Rehabilitation of a half-timbered house with capillary-active interior insulation in terms of energetics). Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Technischen Universitaet Dresden , 53 (1/2). pp. 151-162. ISSN 0043-6925

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The heating energy consumption of historical buildings is usually relatively high due to the poor thermal insulation of their old outside walls. In many cases, the lack of proper thermal protection leads additionally to condensation or mould growth. A supplementary thermal insulation is therefore necessary, both for reasons of energy efficiency and emission reduction, and for the inhabitant’s comfort. In buildings protected as historical monuments, the thermal improvement of the outside walls is in most cases only possible with an inside insulation. The use of capillary active insulation materials allows a construction without a vapour retarder. The article presents the longterm hygrothermal behaviour of the outside wall construction of a half-timbered house in Niedersachsen which was completely renovated with an inside insulation of calcium silicate. The improvement is evaluated and the application limits are explored.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: half timbered house; historic building; wall structure; external insulation; internal insulation; insulating material; capillarity; k-value; temperature development; temperature measurement; room air temperature; simulation; air humidity; infill; brickwork; heat insulation measure; simulation calculation; rehabilitation work; software; building description; calcium silicate; measuring result; computer application; dampness areas; sample calculation; computing programme; building climatology; Edemissen-Eickenrode; Germany; Lower Saxony
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Depositing User: Anna Samuelsson
Date Deposited: 02 Jan 2012 08:28
Last Modified: 22 Dec 2016 16:29

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