Author: Hans-Jürgen Schwarz
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During the DFG project new extensions for MediaWiki has been developed: download
- BibManager :The "BibManager" extension enables MediaWiki to manage bibliographic data in the "BibTeX format (see Bibliography).
- Upload : The upload extension modifies the simple Upload formular of MediaWiki to capture and verify all necessary metadata for all data types.
A Program for modelling of moisture and salt transport in porous materials is developed in Dresden Delphin 5<ref>http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delphin_%28Software%29</ref><ref>http://tu-dresden.de/die_tu_dresden/fakultaeten/fakultaet_architektur/ibk/software/delphin Website of the Institute for Bauklimatik der TU Dresden, Bereich Bauphysik-Software</ref>.
Modeling analysis of salt
RUNSALT is a graphical interface to ECOS, a thermodynamic model to predict the behavior of salt mixtures under changing climatic conditions.
The ECOS modell is explained at [Price:2000]Title: An Expert Chemical Model for Determining the Environmental Conditions Needed to Prevent Salt Damage in Porous Materials, European Commission Research Report No 11, (Protection and Conservation of European Cultural Heritage)
The current version is RUNSALT 1.9. RUNSALT needs to calculate the file salt.exe from ECOS, to be copied when you install to the root directory of RUNSALT (current file has to be renamed to salt. exe !)
|[Price:2000]||Price, Clifford A. (eds.) (2000): An Expert Chemical Model for Determining the Environmental Conditions Needed to Prevent Salt Damage in Porous Materials, European Commission Research Report No 11, (Protection and Conservation of European Cultural Heritage), Archetype Publications Ltd, London|