Hygric performance of contemporary and historical creamic bricks

Oľga Koronthályová,

Ľubomír Bágeľ,

Marta Kullifayová,

Tomáš Ifka

Abstrakt

This paper analyses the effect of microstructure, mineralogical composition and possible salt contamination on parameters of moisture accumulation and transport. Analysis is done for three types of contemporary and two types of historical bricks.

Słowa kluczowe: sorption isotherm, water vapour permeability, ceramic brick, microstructure, salt
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