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CLIMATE FOR CULTURE is investigating the
potential impact of climate change on Europe’s
cultural heritage assets – particularly on historic
buildings and their interiors.
In the context of CLIMATE FOR CULTURE the project partner TU Eindhoven (TUe) has created a database on its Physics of Monuments website which allows other partners to upload project related climate and measurement data. As graphical output it can be easily stored and quickly assessed. In the long run, all information on the case studies shall be available in this database.
A software named DigitChart has been developed by project partner Jan Radon, Engineering Consulting & Software Development, Poland.
A first set of climate indicators with a temporal resolution of 1h could already be produced for the ICPP A1B emission scenario, allowing to make initial statements on changing indoor conditions of historic buildings with building simulation programmes.