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By João M.P.Q. Delgado

This e-book highlights new advancements within the box of creating pathology and rehabilitation, taking an in-depth investigate present ways to the surveying of constructions and the learn of disorder analysis, diagnosis and remediation. together with a couple of real-world case stories and a close set of references for extra analyzing, the ebook will entice a large readership of scientists, practitioners, scholars and lecturers.

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2 Foundation and Foundation Wall The ground level around the churches has risen when compared to the time of construction (see Fig. 3). Also, the direction and angle of the slopes have changed. Previously mentioned factors, as well as lack of waterproofing, and porous building materials, enable moisture to penetrate and rise in the wall through capillary forces. Another problematic building component is the protruding foundation wall (Fig. 4). The top of the protrusion is often not sloped correctly and has too high water absorption, which results in wetting of the structure.

3 Pavilhão Mourisco’s second-floor (a) and third-floor (b) plans, respectively Fig. 4 Pavilhão Mourisco’s fourth-floor (a) and fifth-floor (b) plans, respectively ran on a local power plant with two generators—one with a gas engine, the backup being powered by petrol (Benchimol 1990). 7 It was strategically set on one of the hills in the region, to be seen from far away, and its position makes the best possible use of winds and sunlight. The former Instituto Soroterápico Federal established its headquarters in a campus atop a hill facing the sea, located in a region surrounded by mangroves, although a lot has changed in the area since its foundation.

4 Windows and Doors The churches in current study had single-glazed windows with wooden, stone, or metal frames. Airtightness of the openings was low even according to visual inspection (Figs. 18, 19, and 20)—cracks between the frame and adjoining structure were wide. , using drying, adaptive ventilation, and/or conservation heating), attention should be paid to airtightness of the envelope.

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