Buildings for paper mills. Part II: Some fundamental considerations

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Journal titlePulp and Paper Magazine of Canada
Volume63
Issue9
PagesT449T454
AbstractA building is constructed so that some operation can be carried out under ideal, or near ideal, conditions. It is, therefore, a basic function of the buildings to separate the controlled internal conditions from the uncontrolled external climate. Water is the most important single factor that can cause the building to deteriorate and fail in this function. An account is given of some of the means whereby water may move through and accumulate in building materials and assemblies. The great difficulties of accurately assessing these movements are described., and methods are given for calculating, under some conditions, temperature gradients and moisture migration.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
IdentifierDBR-RP-172
NRC number7089
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NPARC number20359142
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