Hygrothermal Properties and Performance of Sea Grass Insulation

Theresa Back Laursen, Marlene Stenberg Hagen Eriksen, Theresa Back Laursen & Marlene Stenberg Hagen Eriksen
Historically, sea grass has been known and used for years as thermal insulation material. However, it is not recognized as a contemporary building material, and thus information regarding its hygrothermal properties and performance in modern constructions is scarce. In the attempt to create an image of the hygrothermal properties of sea grass as thermal insulation, experiments have been carried out in the laboratory to determine the thermal conductivity, the sorption curves and the water vapour...
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