The archaeological site of Castellammare di Stabia is a large area facing the Gulf of Naples, with many roman buildings. The area is also characterized by several typologies of shelters built in different years, with different materials and technologies. The microclimatic campaign had the aim to support the design of more efficient shelters to protect the roman mural paintings. The microclimate of some halls was controlled by recording air temperature, surface temperatures, (mural paintings and roof-shelters), relative humidity, wind speed. Internal and external microclimate have been compared, the influence of the external climate on the internal one has been highlighted. By the microclimatic monitoring of different areas covered with different type of shelters, the comparison of the state of conservation of the mural paintings related with the different typology of shelters has been possible. By the use of a simulation program the microclimatic data were used to design new shelters. © 2006 Taylor & Francis Group.
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
|Event||International Conference on Heritage, Weathering and Conservation, HWC 2006 - , Spain|
Duration: 1 Jan 2006 → …
|Conference||International Conference on Heritage, Weathering and Conservation, HWC 2006|
|Period||1/1/06 → …|
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Civil and Structural Engineering
- Building and Construction
Citterio, M., & Giani, E. (2006). A microclimatic study for the design of new shelters for the archaeological site of Castellammare di Stabia - Naples. Paper presented at International Conference on Heritage, Weathering and Conservation, HWC 2006, Spain.