Avaluació in situ de l’impacte del sistema de calefacció, ventilació i aire condicionat en les façanes d’un edifici religiós declarat Patrimoni de la Humanitat per la UNESCO

Autors/ores

  • Kelsey Williamson University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA
  • Antonio Martinez-Molina University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3937-7329
  • William Dupont University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4995/anuari.2021.16331

Paraules clau:

Control de la humitat, tècniques no destructives, mesurament de la resistència elèctrica, HVAC Impact

Resum

El manteniment dels ambients interiors òptims dels edificis històrics per a la integritat estructural i la preservació de les col·leccions, són objectius inherentment complexos i multifacètics. A més, els ambients interiors no sols afecten les col·leccions i a l’edifici, sinó que també cal tindre en compte la satisfacció dels ocupants. Aquesta investigació avalua l’impacte dels problemes tèrmics i d’humitat causats per una unitat de condensació de HVAC en una paret de 265 anys d’antiguitat en un lloc del Patrimoni Mundial de la UNESCO en el clima càlid i humit de Sant Antoni, Texas (els EUA). Es va dur a terme una investigació de camp sobre la Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) centrada especialment en l’impacte de la HVAC en un mur pròxim. El cas d’estudi és un assentament històric únic que inclou una església de pedra calcària que reflecteix una tipologia similar a la de múltiples edificis religiosos distribuïts pel sud-oest dels Estats Units. Els resultats d’aquest article subratllen, entre altres qüestions, l’impacte negatiu d’una mala integració dels sistemes actius en les estructures històriques, i destaquen la necessitat de continuar investigant en aquest tema.

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Biografies de l'autor/a

Kelsey Williamson, University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA

Center for Cultural Sustainability College of Engineering and Integrated DesignSchool of Architecture and Planning

Antonio Martinez-Molina, University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA

Center for Cultural Sustainability College of Engineering and Integrated DesignSchool of Architecture and Planning

William Dupont, University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA

Center for Cultural Sustainability College of Engineering and Integrated DesignSchool of Architecture and Planning

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