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Title

Influence of Indoor Environmental Conditions on Building Materials of Algete Church (Madrid, Spain)

AuthorsTaborda, Margarida; Varas, María José CSIC ORCID; Fort González, Rafael CSIC ORCID
KeywordsAlgete (Madrid)
Hormigón
Microclima
Humedad
Dolomía
Granito
Issue DateJun-2007
Citation7th Internacional Symposium on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin
Abstract[ES] La restauración de la Iglesia parroquial de Algete (s. XVI), al norte de Madrid, planteaba la dificultad de durabilidad y compatibilidad de los materiales pétreos y artificiales como consecuencia de la existencia de elevados procesos de humedades y condensación en su interior. Las fuertes humedades en el interior de los muros y la condensación sobre su superficie exterior, probocaba el rápido deterioro de los materiales de las partes bajas de los paramentos, columnas,.... lo que implicaba restauraciones rápidas y sin ningún tipo de criterio a la hora de reponer materiales por lo que se ha generado un episodio repetitivo de incompatibilidades entre los mismos. Ademas, la falta de resolución al problema de las humedades ha aumentado el deterioro en poco tiempo y en el espacio.
[EN] Algete is a town situated 33 Km northeast of Madrid. Its church, the Assumption of Our Lady, is an early 16th century building located in the historic town centre, in a depression surrounded by three hills and steeply-sloping streets. This facilitates the flow and lixiviation of rainwater towards the church and an increase in the water table around the foundations of the building. Moreover, there is an artificial rise in the terrain where the building stands which means that the interior flooring of the church is one metre below street level. The concrete and granite-slab paving in the interior of the church and the concrete, granite and asphalt paving in the adjacent streets and squares cause the ground moisture to affect the foundations and walls of this church (chimney effect).
DescriptionPoster presentado en: 7th Internacional Symposium on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin (Val de Loire & Universite d’Orleans, junio 2007).-- Incluye abstract de la ponencia (3 p., 1 fig).
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