Inovační zkušební postupy v péči o architektonické dědictví

Show simple item record Drdácký, Miloš 2016-11-25T11:35:41Z 2016-11-25T11:35:41Z 2013
dc.identifier.isbn 978-80-7395-594-6 (Print)
dc.identifier.isbn 978-80-7395-595-3 (PDF)
dc.format p. 172-181 eng
dc.language.iso cze
dc.publisher Univerzita Pardubice cze
dc.rights open access eng
dc.subject zkoušení materiálů a konstrukcí cze
dc.subject mechanické vlastnosti cze
dc.subject nasákavost cze
dc.subject mikro-tomografie cze
dc.subject testing of materials and constructions eng
dc.subject mechanical characteristics eng
dc.subject water absorption eng
dc.subject micro-tomography eng
dc.title Inovační zkušební postupy v péči o architektonické dědictví cze
dc.title.alternative Innovative Testing Solutions for Safeguarding Architectural Heritage eng
dc.type ConferenceObject eng
dc.description.abstract-translated The contribution presents several innovated or newly developed techniques for testing historic materials which enable a material to acquire characteristics not achievable in another way due to specific constraints posed by the conservation policies. It will show an assortment of methods – from very simple and affordable to rather sophisticated ones available with special equipment only. As an example of the affordable methods let us present one for the testing of surface quality and material sorption of liquids in situ, which represents one of the very basic and indispensable techniques in conservation practice. An innovated device has been developed within the research programme of the EC FP6 STONECORE project. The system is based on a micro tube outlet and takes advantage of continuous electronic measurement of water infusion into the surface. The system includes the storage of digital data, enabling semi-automatic long term measurement and recording of the water sorption from the onset. The method of measurement reduces the number of operators, is more precise, more effective and faster than the older Karsten tube method. Furthermore, non-standard testing of surface cohesion, materials strengths and the reinforcing effects of various consolidation agents will be described and illustrated. In contrast, the presentation also includes methods supported by modern equipment, e.g. digital image correlation measurements, X-ray microtomography and methods where rather simple physical principles are combined with numerical analysis, thereby enhancing their potential. eng
dc.event Interdisciplinarita v péči o kulturní dědictví (26.-27. April 2012, 23.-24. May 2013, Litomyšl, Czech Republic) eng
dc.peerreviewed yes eng
dc.publicationstatus published eng

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