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Publikacje Pracowników Politechniki Lubelskiej

Publikacje Pracowników PL z lat 1990-2010

Publikacje pracowników Politechniki Lubelskie z lat 1990-2010 dostępne są jak dotychczas w starej bazie publikacji
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Autorzy: Hoła Jerzy, Matkowski Zygmunt, Schabowicz Krzysztof, Sikora Jan, Nita Konrad, Wójtowicz Stefan
Rok wydania: 2012
Wersja dokumentu: Drukowana | Elektroniczna
Język: angielski
Numer czasopisma: 6
Wolumen/Tom: 31
Strony: 1774 - 1792
Web of Science® Times Cited: 37
Scopus® Cytowania: 39
Bazy: Web of Science | Scopus
Efekt badań statutowych NIE
Materiał konferencyjny: NIE
Publikacja OA: NIE
Abstrakty: angielski
Purpose – This paper aims to present a new non-destructive method of brick wall dampness testing in real building structures. The electrical impedance tomography (EIT) method makes it possible to obtain a distribution of wall dampness. The paper aims to give basic information about the measuring system, including prototype equipment. The setup was used to determine the dampness of test brick walls on a specially built laboratory test rig. The paper seeks to compare test results obtained by the non-destructive impedance tomography method with the results obtained by the conventional destructive dry-weight method. Design/methodology/approach – The paper adopts a tomography approach to control humidity inside of the brick walls. In case of brick walls other nondestructive methods fields, for example, the ultrasonic tomography is useless. On the other hand the most popular dry-weight method is strictly forbidden for historical buildings. As a forward solver, functionally graded material boundary element method was used. Findings – The paper proves that diffuse tomography could provide reliable results with respect of humidity content inside the brick walls. This method could provide 3D humidity distribution inside of the brick walls. Research limitations/implications – It is expected that the technique's impact will be limited to site inspection of building following floods or to evaluate older damp buildings. Practical implications – The presented technique can eventually lead to much simpler, cheaper and more efficient evaluation of the moisture content in walls. This can revolutionize some procedures in civil engineering. Social implications – The application has commercial potential and could result in more cost-effective repair of old buildings, which has an economic impact on society. Originality/value – The authors propose application of the diffuse tomography for nondestructive investigation of brick walls. According to the authors' best knowledge this is a novel approach.