Heat, air and moisture control strategies for managing condensation in walls

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ConferenceBuilding Science Insight 2003 - Effective Moisture Control In Light Frame Walls of Low-Rise Buildings: 07 October 2003, 15 Cities Across Canada
Pages1 v. (various pagings)
SubjectMoisture performance
AbstractWater, in liquid, vapour or solid form, is a major cause of building material deterioration. Interstitial condensation can contribute significantly to water accumulation in wall assemblies. Successful building design requires an understanding of moisture movement in building assemblies and techniques for managing moisture.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
NoteAussi disponible en français: Gestion de la condensation dans les murs par des stratégies de contrôle de la chaleur, de l'air et de l'humidité
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NRC number46734
NPARC number20378457
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