Searched for: author%3A%22Lubelli%2C+B.%22
(1 - 20 of 76)

Pages

document
Nijland, Timo G. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), van Zundert, Kim (author), van Hunen, Michiel (author)
The impregnation of the exterior surface of a masonry wall with a water repellent is a common intervention in (historic) building renovation and maintenance. Such treatments, whilst degrading at the surface with time under influence of ultra violet light, remain effective below the surface several decades after their application. During...
journal article 2024
document
Arfa, F. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Quist, W.J. (author), Zijlstra, H. (author)
Adaptive reuse (AR) of heritage buildings is a complex process involving many stakeholders with different ambitions. Recently, a theoretical model has been proposed to facilitate this process. However, the validation of this model and investigation of the nexus between process steps, methods/tools used by architects, and the effectiveness of...
journal article 2024
document
Mulder, K.B. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Dijkhuis, Edwin (author)
Walls overgrown with plants can have a positive impact on urban comfort and contribute to biodiversity in the city. In particular, quay walls, thanks to their close contact with water, have the potential to be ecologically engineered to encourage the growth of herbaceous plants. Different factors can affect growth of vegetation on walls. This...
journal article 2023
document
Lubelli, B. (author), des Bouvrie, Ernst (author), Nijland, Timo G. (author), Kamat, Ameya (author)
Salt crystallization is a major cause of weathering of mortars, including plasters and renders. In the last decade, the use of mixed-in salt crystallization inhibitors in mortars has been proposed as a solution to improve the durability of this material with respect to salt decay. Laboratory characterization and accelerated weathering tests have...
journal article 2023
document
Kamat, Ameya (author), Palin, D. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
Plasters and renders used in historic monuments are vulnerable to degradation caused by salt weathering. Crystallisation inhibitors (molecules/ions that alter salt crystallisation) mixed into mortars have shown promising results in mitigating salt damage by inhibiting salt crystallisation, promoting salt transport to the evaporating surface, and...
conference paper 2023
document
Kamat, Ameya (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
Crystallisation due to commonly occurring salts like sodium chloride (NaCl) is a known cause of damage in the built environment. Use of crystallisation inhibitors is a potential solution to reduce salt decay in building materials. Researchers have reported lower damage when sodium ferrocyanide (NaFeCN), a known NaCl crystallisation inhibitor, is...
abstract 2023
document
Lubelli, B. (author)
Salt weathering is one of the most recurrent damage processes affecting both the natural and the built environment. Due to the complexity of the process, numerical models are rarely applied in practice; accelerated weathering tests in laboratory are still the most common way to assess and forecast durability of (conservation and renovation)...
abstract 2023
document
Kousa, C. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Pottgiesser, U. (author)
Reconstruction and recovery of historic cities after destruction due to conflict or natural disasters have gained increasing relevance in the last decades. The investigation of international examples of recovery after war or natural catastrophic events can provide knowledge for improving guidance and strategies for sustainable reconstruction/...
journal article 2023
document
Arfa, F. (author), Quist, W.J. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Zijlstra, H. (author)
Adaptive reuse (AR) of heritage buildings is common practice in The Netherlands and is becoming more and more common at the International level. While AR projects are generally considered positive actions towards preserving the qualities of heritage buildings, not all projects have similar (positive) impact. To propose a methodology for dealing...
conference paper 2023
document
Lubelli, B. (author), Rörig-Daalgard, I. (author), Aguilar, A. M. (author), Aškrabić, M. (author), Beck, K. (author), Bläuer, C. (author), Cnudde, V. (author), D’Altri, A. M. (author), van Hees, R.P.J. (author), Kamat, Ameya (author)
This recommendation is devoted to testing the resistance of natural stone and fired-clay brick units against salt crystallization. The procedure was developed by the RILEM TC 271-ASC to evaluate the durability of porous building materials against salt crystallization through a laboratory method that allows for accelerated testing without...
journal article 2023
document
Kousa, C. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Pottgiesser, U. (author)
Purpose: Housing interventions carried out in accordance with current regulations in the Old City of Aleppo, both before and after the Syrian war, are minor in comparison to those carried out without a license and illegally. This suggests current policies are inadequate and needs upgrading. Design/methodology/approach: This article critically...
journal article 2023
document
Kamat, Ameya (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
This paper investigates the leaching behaviour of sodium ferrocyanide, a known crystallisation inhibitor of sodium chloride, which is added to mortars for mitigation of salt decay. Leaching and depletion of the inhibitor is a practical performance related issue that might over time, make the inhibitor less effective against salt decay. In...
journal article 2023
document
Kamat, Ameya (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is one of the most commonly occurring weathering agents, responsible for a progressive damage in mortar. Current solutions to mitigate salt damage in mortar, such as the use of mixed-in water repellent additives, have often exhibited low compatibility with the existing building fabric. In the last years, research has...
book chapter 2023
document
Arfa, F. (author), Zijlstra, H. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Quist, W.J. (author)
The Adaptive Reuse (AR) of heritage buildings is a complex process, which aims to preserve the values of heritage buildings while adapting them for use in the present and transferring them to the future. This paper aims to identify steps in this process and develop a structured model. The model is an ‘ideal’, it needs validation in practice;...
journal article 2022
document
Arfa, F. (author), Quist, W.J. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Zijlstra, H. (author)
Adaptive reuse (AR) of modern buildings, including industrial buildings from the late 19th and 20th centuries, is a complex process as it involves many actions and actors, which influence the result of projects. Effective AR can provide many advantages for societies. This paper aims to provide an overview of the three most highlighted criteria,...
conference paper 2022
document
Lubelli, B. (author), Aguilar, A. M. (author), Beck, K. (author), De Kock, T. (author), Desarnaud, J. (author), Franzoni, E. (author), Gulotta, D. (author), Ioannou, I. (author), Kamat, Ameya (author), Menendez, B. (author), Rörig-Dalgaard, I. (author), Sassoni, E. (author)
Salt crystallization is a major cause of damage in porous building materials. Accelerated salt weathering tests carried out in the laboratory are among the most common methods to assess the durability of material to salt decay. However, existing standards and recommendations for salt weathering tests have limitations in terms of effectiveness...
journal article 2022
document
Arfa, F. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Zijlstra, H. (author), Quist, W.J. (author)
Adaptive reuse (AR) of heritage buildings is a complex process due to the involvement of many actions and actors, which influence the results of the projects. The effectiveness of AR projects can be described by various criteria. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the criteria of effectiveness in AR projects with the final...
journal article 2022
document
Kamat, Ameya (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
Porous building materials are often subjected to damage due to salt crystallization. In recent years, the addition of crystallization inhibitors in lime-based mortar, has shown promising results in improving durability of this material against salt decay. Lime-based mortars have low mechanical properties and slow setting. They are often replaced...
journal article 2022
document
Lubelli, B. (author), Pottgiesser, U. (author), Quist, W.J. (author), Rextroth, Susanne (author)
Conservation of built heritage implies the preservation of values, materials and techniques. Interventions in heritage buildings should be minimal, necessary and compatible in aesthetical and technical sense. The quality of the interventions needs to meet intended and agreed-to standards.This book underlines the importance of a sound assessment...
book 2021
document
Pardo Redondo, G. (author), Naldini, S. (author), Lubelli, B. (author)
Historic concrete buildings (end of 19th century – 1960s), because of their “experimental” character, require a specific approach to both survey and conservation. Although they were built with empirical approaches, some buildings show a fair state of conservation and resilience –even though they have already exceeded the 100-year threshold–...
conference paper 2021
Searched for: author%3A%22Lubelli%2C+B.%22
(1 - 20 of 76)

Pages