Trilemma of historic buildings: Smart district heating systems, bioeconomy and energy efficiency

November 2019 - Posted: 11/8/2019


Novel insulation material made from pine needles based on bioeconomy principles is tested. Insulation material without/with lime treatment was tested for application as internal insulation for historic buildings. Insulation material is highly porous, has high moisture transfer and storage capacity, and is good hygric regulator. No mold growth was detected at 85% relative humidity for lime treated samples.



 



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By: Andra Blumberga, Ritvars Freimanis, Indra Muizniece, Kriss Spalvins, Dagnija Blumberga
Publisher: Energy, Volume 186