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2008
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Application and properties of pure lime façades - case study

Violeta Bokan Bosiljkov*, Vlatko Bosiljkov, Roko Zarnic

Assistant Professor, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

* vbokan@fgg.uni-lj.si

Abstract

The paper presents experiences obtained during application and testing of different pure lime façades that could be successfully used in restoration of historical buildings in Slovenia. The lime façade consists of a rendering layer (rough mortar), a finishing layer (fine mortar) and a protective layer of lime wash. For the design of the mortars different industrially and traditionally produced limes were chosen, based on the results of preliminary studies of the authors and experiences of a small enterprise (SE) involved in the study. The façade layers were applied to the most problematic northern wall of the historic chapel made from rubble masonry. The chapel belongs to the castle Crnelo, built at the end of the 17th century in the village Turnse, not far from Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. The façade layers were made by skilled workers of SE, with about one year time difference between application of rendering and finishing layers, and with a protective layer of coloured lime wash applied to one to three day old finishing layers. On the rendering layers, visual inspection, water absorption tests and determination of carbonation depth were carried out before subsequent finishing layers were applied. The same on-site tests were carried out also on finished façade layers. So far, parallel to the on-site tests, compressive and water absorption tests on prisms prepared from rough mortars were carried out in laboratory.

Keywords

Pure lime façade
Workmanship
Water absorption
Carbonation depth

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English

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10.14568/cp8_7

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Bosiljkov, V. B.; Bosiljkov, V.; Zarnic, R., 'Application and properties of pure lime façades - case study', Conservar Património 8 (2008) 49-57, https://doi.org/10.14568/cp8_7.

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Bosiljkov, V. B., Bosiljkov, V., & Zarnic, R. (2008). Application and properties of pure lime façades - case study. Conservar Património, 8 49-57. DOI:10.14568/cp8_7.

Chicago:
Bosiljkov, Violeta Bokan, Vlatko Bosiljkov, and Roko Zarnic. 2008. "Application and properties of pure lime façades - case study." Conservar Património 8:49-57. doi:10.14568/cp8_7.

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BOSILJKOV, Violeta Bokan [et al.] – Application and properties of pure lime façades - case study. Conservar Património. [Em linha]. 8 (2008) 49-57 [Consult. ]. Disponível em WWW: <URL:https://doi.org/10.14568/cp8_7>. ISSN 21829942.

ABNT:
BOSILJKOV, Violeta Bokan; BOSILJKOV, Vlatko; ZARNIC, Roko. Application and properties of pure lime façades - case study. Conservar Património, Lisboa, v. 8, p. 49-57, 2008. Disponível em: <https://doi.org/10.14568/cp8_7>. Acesso em: .

History

Online: 2017-10-3
Publication: 2009-8-10

References

1 Bokan Bosiljkov, V.; Bosiljkov, V., 'The influence of the different types of sand and their grain distribution on the mechanical properties of masonry', in 12th International brick/block masonry conference, Madrid, vol. 1 (2000) 267-282.

2 Bokan Bosiljkov, V., 'The use of industrial and traditional limes for lime mortars', in Historical Constructions 2001. Possibilities of numerical and experimental techniques, ed. P. B. Lourenço, P. Roca, University of Minho, Guimarães (2001) 343-352.

3 Bokan Bosiljkov, V., 'The use of lime mortars for sustainable restoration of ancient buildings', in 9th Canadian Masonry Symposium, Fredericton (2001), 12 p.

4 Bokan Bosiljkov, V.; Sugo, H.; Page, A.; Lawrence, S., 'The influence of cement replacement materials on the flexural bond strength of masonry', in 13th International Brick/Block Masonry Conference, Amsterdam (2004) 865-874.

5 Veiga, M. R.; Magalhaes, A. C.; Bokan Bosiljkov, V., 'Capillarity tests on historic mortar samples extracted from site: methodology and compared results'f, in 13th International Brick/Block Masonry Conference,Amsterdam (2004) 959-968.

6 Bokan Bosiljkov, V.;Valek, J., 'A comparative study of mechanical and physical properties of mortars prepared using lime putties, sand and metakaolin from different sources', in Repair Mortars for Historic Masonry, International Workshop, Delft (2005) (in print).

7 Bokan Bosiljkov, V.; Zarni., R.; Cepon, F., 'Research and development of materials in historical buildings', report of the Research Group at Chair for Research in Materials and Structures, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana (2006).

8 Bokan Bosiljkov, V.; Bosiljkov, V.; Zarni., R., 'Water absorption of limebased facades'f, in 14th International Brick and Block Masonry Conference (Incorporating the 8th Australasian Masonry Conference), Sydney (2008).

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