Hygrothermal

Hygrothermal

A term used to characterize the temperature (thermal) and moisture (hygro) conditions, particularly with respect to climate, both indoors and out.
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Hygrothermal component and whole building simulation
Among their topics are evaluating existing moisture content in brick for hygrothermal models in the rehabilitation of mass masonry walls, sustainable cellulose masonry, dynamic thermal performance measurements of residential wall systems, whether brick masonry in Chicago represents a crisis in aesthetics, and the history of cold-formed steel framing used as a backing for brick veneer.
It has also been suggested that the hygrothermal ageing causes irreversible degradation in the form of fiber-matrix interfacial debonding and formation of voids and micro-cracks into macro-cracks, which in turn produce new paths for diffusion, and wicking of water.
Local buckling for triangular and lemniscate delaminations near the surface of laminated cylindrical shells under hygrothermal effects.
The roles of colour change and behaviour in the hygrothermal balance of a littoral isopod, Ligia oceanica.
[25] ISO 15148, Hygrothermal Performance of Building Materials and Products--Determination of Water Absorption Coefficient by Partial Immersion, ISO, Geneva, Switzerland, 2002.
Li, the expressions of stiffness coefficient, thermal stress, and thermal moment for hybrid laminates were derived based on the geometrical factors of laminates, and the necessary and sufficient conditions for the hybrid extension-shear coupled laminates with immunity to hygrothermal shear distortion (HTSD) were further derived.
Biological growth is directly dependent not only on the hygrothermal boundary conditions but also on the substrate.
[15] studied the CFRP bond capacity under hygrothermal exposure using a new three-point bend beam test.
In some applications, PCMs may be exposed to some hygrothermal conditions with high temperature and moisture content and this environment will lead to deterioration of composites properties [4, 5].
Chiang, "Effect of hygrothermal aging history on sorption process, swelling, and glass transition temperature in a particle-filled epoxy-based adhesive," Journal of Applied Polymer Science, vol.
Mansouri, "Shear buckling of single layer graphene sheets in hygrothermal environment resting on elastic foundation based on different nonlocal strain gradient theories," European Journal of Mechanics--A/Solids, vol.