The work originates from the necessity of looking into the conservation conditions of the Valentino Castle’s plasters in a not destructive way, in view of a possible programme of restoration. The first stage of this research concerned the application of the IR qualitative analysis. Afterwards a comparison was performed, by overlap, of the thermal anomalies recorded during two surveys carried out in opposite seasonal conditions. Moreover an inspection survey was carried out on sample spots by knocking test. In the second stage, executed on two sample areas in opposite exposure conditions, the thermal transitory was analysed by quantitative method in a case in heating, in the other one in cooling. From this research we infer the possibility of qualitative analysis use on wide surfaces to single out the possible defective zones, and the importance of the quantitative analysis use on samples to mark the different defects and to examine the influence of surface colours on thermal behaviour of walls.
|Titolo:||The use of IR thermographic survey to analyse the conservation conditions of plaster: the instance of Valentino Castle,|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2002|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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