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Hygrothermal Analysis of Masonry Wall with Reed Boards as Interior Insulation System
When the masonry walls of buildings under heritage protection need to be restored and thermally improved, the only option is to use an interior insulation system. This is also the riskiest method of insulating walls in cold climates. Capillary active interior insulation systems have been proven to be the most reliable, minimizing the risk of mold growth and decay caused by condensation. They have also been proven to be less risky in wind-driven rain. The building studied is situated in adoi:10.3390/en13205252 fatcat:2hbhi4ed7jhodgakwe4fpac6oi