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Humidity Conditions for Exterior Walls Insulation (Case Study of Residential Housing Development in Saint-Petersburg)
Residential housing in Saint-Petersburg built-up in 1960-1995 can be featured by poor thermal properties. New requirements assigned for energy efficiency of buildings called for insulation. Heat losses are primarily specified by thermal properties of building envelopes depending on what humidity conditions construction materials are exposed to. High humidity of exterior walls can result in diminution of thermal properties and increase in heat losses. Besides, excessive moistening of envelopesdoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.222 fatcat:ae55c22qjfdnlnp2q4uzpedx5q