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Number of items at this level: 28.

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Arfvidsson, J. and Bjelke-Holtermann, B. and Mattsson, J. (2017) Status determination of a historical building including measures for three different scenarios. Energy Procedia, 132.

Arfvidsson, J. and Bjelke-Holtermann, B. and Mattsson, J. (2015) Status determination of historical buildings: an example. In: 1st International Symposium on Building Pathology, Porto.

Arfvidsson, J. and Bjelke-Holtermann, B. and Mattsson, J. (2014) A method for status determination of historical buildings. In: NSB 2014 10th Nordic Symposium on Building Physics, 15-19 June 2014, Lund, Sweden.

B

Bacci, M and Picollo, M and Porcinai, S and Radicati, B (2000) Evaluation of the museum environmental risk by means of tempera-painted dosimeters. Thermochimica Acta, 365 (1-2). pp. 25-34. ISSN 00406031

Brimblecombe, P (2005) Effects of the cultural environment. In: Cultural heritage conservation and environmental impact assessment by non-destructive testing and micro-analysis. CRC Press, pp. 11-18. ISBN 9058096815

Broström, Tor and Nilsen, Lisa and Carlsten, Susanna (2019) Conference Report - The 3rd International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings EEHB2018. Uppsala University, Department of Art History. ISBN 978-91-519-0838-0

Bylund Melin, Charlotta (2018) Wooden objects in historic buildings: Effects of dynamic relative humidity and temperature. Doctoral thesis, Göteborgs universitet.

C

Camuffo, D (1986) Deterioration Processes of Historical Monuments. Studies in Environmental Science, 30. pp. 189-221. ISSN 01661116

Chick, W S (1986) Potential Hazards Resulting from the Misapplication of Energy Conservation Measures in Existing Religious Buildings. In: Building Performance: Function, Preservation and Rehabilitation. ASTM International, pp. 111-120. ISBN 0803104588

D

de Bouw, M. and Dubois, S. and Dekeyser, L. and Vanhellemont, Y. (2016) EECHB2016 Energy Efficiency and Comfort of Historic Buildings - Proceedings. Flanders Heritage Agency.

E

Elovitz, K M (1999) Practical guide: Understanding what humidity does and why. ASHRAE Journal, 41 (4). pp. 84-90.

Erhardt, D and Mecklenburg, M F and Tumosa, C S and McCormick-Goodhart, M (1997) The determination of appropriate museum environments. The Interface Between Science and Conservation (16). ISSN 0142-4815

H

Huber, Joachim (2008) Sustainability Means “Less Is More”. http://www.ischool.utexas.edu/kilgarlin/gaga/proceedings.html.

J

Jakieła, S and Bratasz, L and Kozłowski, R (2008) Numerical modeling of moisture movement and related stress field in lime wood subjected to changing climate conditions. Wood Science and Technology, 42 (1).

K

Kilian, R and Holm, A and Radon, J (2008) The King’s House on the Schachen – Indoor Climate Analysis of a Cultural Heritage Building. In: Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Building Physics in the Nordic Countries. Dept. of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, pp. 841-848.

Knight, B and Thickett, D (2007) Determination of response rates of wooden objects to fluctuating relative humidity in historic properties. In: Museum Microclimates. National Museum of Denmark. ISBN 978-87-7602-080-4

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Legnér, Mattias and Bylund Melin, Charlotta (2013) Quantification, the link to relate climate-induced damage to indoor environments in historic buildings. Climate for Collections - Standards and Uncertainties. Postprints of the Munich Climate Conference 7 to 9 November 2012. pp. 311-324.

Legrum, J P (1994) Ambient atmospheric conditions as a significant factor in the conservation of an altarpiece by Konrad von Soest in its original location. Preventive conservation: practice, theory and research. Preprints of the contributions to the Ottawa Congress, 12-16 September 1994 . pp. 104-109.

M

Marstein, N and Stein, M (1989) Climatic conditions in medieval churches. Deterioration due to central heating. In: Building Conservation 88 Symposium. Helsinki, 22-26 August 1988. Report. Finnish National Commission for UNESCO , pp. 245-247. ISBN 951-47-2907-2

Mecklenburg, M F (2007) Determining the Acceptable Ranges of Relative Humidity And Temperature in Museums and Galleries: Part 2, Structural Response to Temperature. Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute.

O

Odlyha, M and Boon, J J and van den Brink, O and Bacci, M (1997) Environmental research for art conservation (ERA). Journal of Thermal Analysis, 49 (3). pp. 1571-1584. ISSN 00225215

Ogden, S (2007) Temperature, Relative Humidity, Light, and Air Quality: Basic Guidelines for Preservation. Preservation Leaflets.

P

Padfield, T (1987) The Dangers of Installing Air Conditioning in Historic Buildings. Old cultures in new worlds: 8th General Assembly and International Symposium ICOMOS International Council on Monuments and Sites 1987 . pp. 432-439.

Pelsmakers, Sofie and Vereecken, Evy and Airaksinen, Miimu and Elwell, Cliff C.A. (2019) Void conditions and potential for mould growth in insulated and uninsulated suspended timber ground floors. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, 37 (4). ISSN 2398-4708

Phillips, Morgan (1981) Wallpaper on Walls: Problems of Climate and Substrate. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, 20 (2, Conservation of Historic Wallpaper). pp. 83-90. ISSN 01971360

R

Rudin, Andrew (1986) The Positive Effects of Cool Temperatures on Pipe Organs. Comfort and Light Newsletter (18).

V

von Reden, Anna (2013) Uncertainties in the interaction between a canvas painting support and moisture. Climate for Collections - Standards and Uncertainties. Postprints of the Munich Climate Conference 7 to 9 November 2012. pp. 247-256.

W

Wessberg, Magnus (2019) Indoor climate analysis and model based control of massive construction historic buildings. Doctoral thesis, Czech Technical University in Prague.

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