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Due to the increasingly stringent energy efficiency requirements, timber frame houses are becoming more and more popular across Europe. Depending on the circumstances, timber frame walls might be exposed to high relative humidity or condensation conditions, leading to a risk of fungal degradation. In order to assess the durability of a timber frame construction in a reliable way, a clear view on the potential risk of fungal growth is essential. Various experiments are reported in literature todoi:10.1051/e3sconf/202017220010 doaj:57b7bbc691cd4bfe9bda2e841d905dfc fatcat:d75ptlg6lndh7hczogt2yx7gbq