The correct maintenance of artworks of historical and artistic value requires a wide and detailed analysis of all the informationrelevant for preserving them, such as identification of the main deterioration factors, knowledge of the climatic history of the object,set-up of measuring methods and statistics of the guide parameters, and definition of a set of recommended environmental aspects tobe controlled within a stable climate condition linked to the particular kind of object or its surface. In Italy, the basic laws UNI10829 and UNI 10969 impose a reference methodology for the in-field measurement and data analysis. This paper reports the firstresults of a measuring campaign, carried out according to the indications of the aforesaid standards, aimed at the investigation ofthe environmental conditions of the wooden ceilings in two rooms of ‘‘Palazzo Steri’’, an ancient building in the city of Palermo.r 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
|Numero di pagine||13|
|Rivista||Building and Environment|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2006|
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