Moisture Measurement Methods
Athor: Hans-Jürgen Schwarz
English Translation by Sandra Leithäuser
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For determining the humidity present in the atmosphere, a wide variety of measuring methods are available [Camuffo:2014]Author: Camuffo, D.
Note: Camuffo, D. 2014. Microclimate for Cultural Heritage- Conservation, Restoration, and Maintenance of Indoor and Outdoor Monuments. 2nd ed. Waltham, Mass. & San Diego, Calif.: Elsevier. 528p. ISBN-13: 9780444632968 Abstract: Presents a theoretical, and practical handbook concerning microclimate, environmental factors, and conservation of cultural heritage. This book includes the information on experimental research on environmental factors and their impact on materials, such as the behavior of water and its interactions with cultural heritage materials.
Publisher: 2nd ed., Elsevier LTD, Oxford
Title: Microclimate for Cultural Heritage- Conservation, Restoration, and Maintenance of Indoor and Outdoor Monuments
The selection of the most appropriate one is usually made by the person in charge of the operation taking into account the objective of the measurement and the location where it has to take place. For this purpose installing a moisture meter in the right place/right manner (meeting the necessary project requirements) may allow to obtain highly accurate data.
- Chilled Mirror Hygrometer
- Psychrometric Measuring Methods
- Capacitive Measuring Methods
- Hygrometric Measuring Methods
- LiCl Condensation Hygrometer
- Electrolytic Hygrometer
- Infrared Hygrometer
- Bi-Strip Hygrometer (Feather Hygrometer)
- Aluminium Oxide Sensor
- Resistive Sensors
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