Material Analysis in Cultural Heritage
Šmit, Žiga (editor)
Menart, Eva (editor)
“Material Analysis in Cultural Heritage” describes the application of modern analytical techniques in the studies of selected historical materials, their properties, and processes they undergo. The topics include glass and ceramics, metal preservation, functionality and testing of historic and modern building materials, origins of specific stones, decomposition of painting pigments, and the construction of historic violins.
Keywordsold violin; X-ray imaging; computed tomography; resonance wood; constructive elements; mortars; roman bricks; Bracara Augusta; necropolis; funerary nucleus; archaeological sites; chemical characterization; glazed tile; screen wall; ceramic technology; decay; conservation; ancient China; painted enamels; cloisonné; gold alloy; blue; yellow; green; white; China; Qing Dynasty; spectroscopy; composition; Roman glass; PGAA; Histria; Tomis; chemical composition; Early Roman Empire; late antiquity; Foy 3.2; Foy 2.1; Fe-rich; color-branding; Balkans; ultramafic metamorphic rock; stone artefact; Lapis Aequipondus/Martyrum; cultural heritage; counterweight; LIBS; XRF; Nanhai I; archaeological iron; corrosion layers; X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry; Prompt-gamma activation analysis; porcelain; non-destructive composition; cadmium sulfide; degradation; Raman spectroscopy; transient absorption spectroscopy; reflectance; photoluminescence; existing RC constructions; compressive concrete strength; in situ tests; NDT–DT correlations; code provision; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology