Airtightness of the large panel buildings before and after thermal modernization
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In modern construction there appear two parallel independent trends. On the one hand, large emphasis is put on raising durability of construction works implemented through the selection of appropriate materials with parameters tailored to the specific conditions occurring during the operation of the building. On the other hand, great importance is attributed to the problem of energy-efficient building design, which is reflected in the increasingly stringent records of existing legislation. In this paper some questions were raised concerning the both issues. The article presents the results of autoclaved aerated concrete studies, in particular, the deterioration of its strength and thermal conductivity due to moistness.
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