Shin Maekawa and Franciza Toledo

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In this study, ventilator–heater based climate control systems were installed in two historic buildings, each located in hot and humid regions, for full–scale experiments. The systems were controlled based on RH sensors located inside and outside of the buildings. Their environments were monitored—before and after the installation and operation of the climate systems—to evaluate the design effectiveness.

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Maekawa, Shin, and Franciza Lima Toledo. 2002. Controlled Ventilation and Heating to Preserve Collections in Historic Buildings in Hot and Humid Regions. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.