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Use of Fiber Optic and Electrical Resistance Sensors for Monitoring Moisture Movement in Building Stones Subjected to Simulated Climatic Conditions

Use of Fiber Optic and Electrical Resistance Sensors for Monitoring Moisture Movement in Building Stones Subjected to Simulated Climatic Conditions,10

Use of Fiber Optic and Electrical Resistance Sensors for Monitoring Moisture Movement in Building Stones Subjected to Simulated Climatic Conditions   (Citations: 2)
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Journal: Journal of Astm International , vol. 7, no. 1, 2010
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    • ...Magnesium sulphate is considered to be a very destructive salt that plays an important role in the deterioration of stone (Schaffer 1932; Charola and Lewin 1979; Cooke and Gibbs 1991 ;L o´pez-Arce et al. 2008)...
    • ...The original source of magnesium present in magnesium sulphate efflorescences is mainly associated with the dolomitic/ magnesium limestone building materials (Schaffer 1932; Caner et al. 1985; La Iglesia et al. 1994; Villegas Sanchez et al. 1996) as well as magnesium-rich mortars (Laurie 1925; Charola and Lewin 1979; Klemm and Siedel 1996; Gonzalez Limon and Alvarez de Buergo 2002; Tulliani and Bertollini Cestari 2005 ;L o´pez-Arce et ...

    P. López-Arceet al. Preservation strategies for avoidance of salt crystallisation in El Pa...

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