The conservation of works of art in museums could be considerably affected by indoor microclimatic conditions. It can be relevant to preservation and conservation of cultural objects monitoring temperature (T) and relative humidity (RH) to define the best environmental conditions and to support the museum management. This study concerns an innovative protocol in microclimate field surveys, with the aim at optimizing the knowledge of thermo-hygrometric conditions and at determining whether the collections (mainly paintings and aquarelles) may suffer from inadequate environmental conditions.

Knowlodge optimization of microclimate in museums: the case study of "Museo Napoleonico" in Rome

Francesca Frasca
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Anna Maria Siani;Eugenio Fazio;
2017

Abstract

The conservation of works of art in museums could be considerably affected by indoor microclimatic conditions. It can be relevant to preservation and conservation of cultural objects monitoring temperature (T) and relative humidity (RH) to define the best environmental conditions and to support the museum management. This study concerns an innovative protocol in microclimate field surveys, with the aim at optimizing the knowledge of thermo-hygrometric conditions and at determining whether the collections (mainly paintings and aquarelles) may suffer from inadequate environmental conditions.
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