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|Title:||DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS – Salvas Chapel, Sines|
|Authors:||Gonçalves, T. D.|
Delgado Rodrigues, J.
|Keywords:||Soluble salts;Crystallization;Salt decay;Case-study;Renders;Salvas church;Sines|
|Citation:||Diaz Gonçalves T; Delgado Rodrigues J (2004) DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS – Salvas Chapel, Sines. Case-study COMPASS, lnec2004c17.|
|Abstract:||This report concerns Salvas Chapel, Sines, which was used as a case-study of the EU project COMPASS. It focuses the assessment of damage, diagnosis and advice for repair of salt decay anomalies. It concludes that capillary rise is probably the main source of moisture. Further research seems necessary to detect the origin of the rising damp (superficial draining water or phreatic water). Measures to reduce the capillary rise should be taken, according to the results of this research.|
|Description:||Este registo pertence ao Repositório Científico do LNEC|
|Appears in Collections:||DM/NBPC - Relatórios Científicos|
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