Stochastic analysis of moisture buffering in rooms

Jan Carmeliet, Dominique Derome, Robert Guyer & Jan Carmeliet
This paper presents a stochastic analysis of moisture buffering in a room. The relative humidity in a room depends on the ventilation rate (or supply of air with a different RH and temperature), the moisture production rate and the moisture uptake/release rate by finishing materials, also called moisture buffering. The ventilation rate, the outside vapour pressure and temperature, the moisture production rate are essentially random and can be considered as stochastic variables. In this paper,...
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