7 edition of Moisture control in buildings found in the catalog.
Moisture control in buildings
Heinz R. Trechsel
by ASTM International in West Conshohocken, PA
|Statement||edited by Heinz R. Trechsel, Mark T. Bomberg.|
|Contributions||Trechsel, Heinz R., Bomberg, Mark.|
|LC Classifications||TH9031 .M26 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009016036|
Moisture control in buildings. [Heinz R Trechsel;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Heinz R Trechsel. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Guidance on such control can be found in a + page manual, Moisture Control in Buildings: The Key Factor in Mold Prevention. The book, a new edition of a work first published in , collects 28 chapters on the topic into one useful desktop reference.
And, dry buildings are more durable, and will have fewer maintenance problems - so controlling moisture is truly a win-win for builders, owners, and occupants. Based on keeping moisture out of a building, the RSMC developed Guiding Principles for Mold and Moisture Control. While the principles are based on science, they're clear and easy to follow. Building Science and Moisture Control Handbook available for free download from the EPA. -Matt Risinger Risi.
In the climate-controlled buildings of today, moisture problemsaffect not only the useable life expectancy of the structure, butthe comfort and health of the occupants. This reference is thefirst to apply up-to-date moisture control and treatment techniquesin a Brand: Wiley. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Moisture Control in Buildings (ASTM Manual, No. 18) (Astm Manual Series) by Heinz R. Trechsel, February , ASTM International edition, Hardcover in Pages:
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Moisture Control Handbook will be welcomed by building contractors, architects, mechanical engineers, building science researchers, building product manufacturers, homeowners, and small commercial building by: A comprehensive reference manual that brings together the most important data and applicable state of the art relating to moisture problems in buildings, their diagnosis, prevention, and rehabilitation, and synthesizes the existing information and technology as a basis for indicating good design practice.
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The JLC Guide to Moisture Control arrived promptly. The Guide is thorugh, well organized, well illustrated and written in a clear manner. The Guide is an excellent value for the number of subjects expertly covered. This is a great guide particularly for inspectors/5(16). InEPA published the landmark book Moisture Control Guidance for Building Design, Construction and Maintenance.
That publication has since become a standard reference for building planners, architects, engineers and building service professionals. Download MoISTuRE CoNTRol IN BuIldINGS - CSR Cemintel book pdf free download link or read online here in PDF.
Read online MoISTuRE CoNTRol IN BuIldINGS - CSR Cemintel book pdf free download link book now. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. The latest edition is divided into four parts: Fundamentals— addresses moisture transfer, condensation, and evaporation.
Applications— discusses the technologies that affect the moisture balance in buildings and the techniques used to determine the suitability of materials, components, systems, and structures.
The definitive guide to understanding and managing the effects of water on buildings. Water in Buildings: An Architect's Guide to Moisture and Mold is a detailed and highly useful reference to help architects and other design professionals create dry, healthy environments, without jeopardizing a project with poor iability management.
Much more than a book of "quick fixes," this practical guide illuminates an essential understanding of the "whys" of moisture /5(9). Therefore, it is essential to control moisture migration into the building components through careful material selection and design [3, 37].
It is also Author: John Straube. Whether you keep personal belongings at a storage facility or in a storage shed on your property, moisture is always a concern. Excess humidity in the air can damage your books, clothing. When designing a building’s envelope and its interaction with the mechanical system, temperature, humidity, rain and the interior climate often are ignored.
The focus for the building may be more on aesthetics and cost than on performance. This article was first published in the ASHRAE Journal, Februarypages Reprinted with permission. 2 MOISTURE CONTROL IN BUILDINGS - 2ND EDITION 䊏 共pv/Pa兲 = exp兵 − /共T/K兲 − /共T/K兲其 for K ⬍ T ⬍ K 共2兲 The unique relation between the saturation vapor pressure and temperature is the basis, as shown in the Appendix 1 to this chapter, for various psychrometric calculations in building applications.
Dehumidifiers will suck excess moisture out of the air, moisture that could otherwise lead to loose bindings, stains and mildew. Oppositely, too little humidity can dry out books, so use a humidifier in the drier winter months.
Dust is also a magnet for moisture and mildew, so periodically dusting the tops of books will keep them : Molly Edmonds. Moisture in Buildings. A Practical Guide to Avoiding Moisture & Mold. The National Academy of Sciences recently released a report, “Damp Indoor Spaces and Health,”.
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Excessive indoor moisture problems on buildings are often difficult to diagnose and cure, largely because although the physics of moisture vapor transmission, air flow, and dew points is well known (but complicated), the movement of moisture in buildings is often complicated and not obvious unless invasive.
Moisture in Buildings About the Author H By John F. Straube, Ph.D., Associate Member ASHRAE VAC designers must consider and deal with moisture in almost all of their work. The moisture most building designers consider is in vapor form inside ducts, conditioned spaces, or outdoors.
Although. BUILDING MOISTURE AND DURABILITY. • Build in Moisture Protection through Proper Design and Construction Detailing. The first line of defense against moisture problems is undoubtedly good design and the proper execution of design details that prevent moisture intrusion.
Practical guidance for managing moisture during a building's design, construction and maintenance. (En Español) You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page.
See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more. Moisture Control Guidance for Building Design, Construction and Maintenance (PDF) ( pp, 18 MB). In the climate-controlled buildings of today, moisture problems affect not only the useable life expectancy of the structure, but the comfort and health of the occupants.
This reference is the first to apply up-to-date moisture control and treatment techniques in a problem/solution format/5(6). First, the building designer must understand the basic causes of moisture intrusion into buildings: Rainwater intrusion. Moisture present in building materials and on the site during construction can be a source of problems.
Significant amounts of moisture can also result from water leaks within building systems or through the building envelope.building science and of methods speciﬁc to moisture control in buildings, such conﬂicts were unavoidable.
In such an instance we recommend that the reader review the references to the chapters to form his/her own opinion. Although many chapters include speciﬁc recommendations, the editors caution the reader that each building is.Before you decide on a moisture control strategy, it helps to understand that moisture or water vapor moves in and out of a home in three ways: With air currents; By diffusion through materials; By heat transfer.
Of these three, air movement accounts for more than 98% of all water vapor movement in building cavities.