High Moisture Contents in the Timber Construction of Ice Sports Arenas

Helmut Marquardt, Georg-Wilhelm Mainka & Helmut Marquardt
Because of damages of the wooden structure examinations were made in three ice sports arenas in Northern Germany. Measurements of temperature and relative humidity inside and outside of these arenas gave interesting results: During relatively warm winter periods the measured relative humidity near to the roof above the ice was significantly higher than outside of the building. Thus condensed water was dropping from the roof construction to the ice. At the end of the winter...
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