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Author Leonhardt, Christian; Leonhardt, Sabine; Heller, Julika
Year 2017
Title Development of a network-based climate monitoring system for climate assessment and regulation
Bibtex @inproceedings {Leonhardt.etal:2017,

title = {Development of a network-based climate monitoring system for climate assessment and regulation}, booktitle = {Proceedings of SWBSS 2017. Fourth International Conference on Salt Weathering of Buildings and Stone Sculptures, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany, 20-22 September 2017}, year = {2017}, editor = {Laue, Steffen}, pages = {297-301}, month = {september}, organization = {Fachhochschule Potsdam}, publisher = {Verlag der Fachhochschule Potsdam}, note = {fulltext, conference paper}, key = {SWBSS2017}, doi = {10.5165/hawk-hhg/349}, author = {Leonhardt, Christian; Leonhardt, Sabine; Heller, Julika} }

DOI 10.5165/hawk-hhg/349
Link File:SWBSS 2017 Proceedings 297-301 Leonhardt Leonhardt Heller.pdf
Notes in: Proceedings of SWBSS 2017 - Fourth International Conference on Salt Weathering of Buildings and Stone Sculptures. University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam, Germany, 20-22 September 2017



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[Leonhardt.etal:2017]Leonhardt, Christian; Leonhardt, Sabine; Heller, Julika (2017): Development of a network-based climate monitoring system for climate assessment and regulation. In: Laue, Steffen (eds.): Proceedings of SWBSS 2017. Fourth International Conference on Salt Weathering of Buildings and Stone Sculptures, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany, 20-22 September 2017,Verlag der Fachhochschule Potsdam 297-301, 10.5165/hawk-hhg/349Link to Google ScholarFulltext link

Abstract

In the cloister (the so-called Schwahl) of the St. Petri Cathedral in the German town of Schleswig, the current situation of the historical wall paintings was investigated in the context of a research project funded by the German Federal Foundation for the Environment (German: “Deutscher Bund fur Umwelt” – DBU). The project is focused on the investigation of the intense salt contamination and its connections with the climatic situation. In this context, a network-based climate monitoring system was installed and tested in 2016. The data is accessible online, which is more convenient and advantageous than conventional data logger records for long-term climate measurement and evaluation, which can only be accessed in situ. It allows direct response to critical climatic values by connected alarm, control and regulation systems. This way, measurements can be taken promptly thus preventing damage and high restoration costs. Previously, climatic data had been collected in the course of the research project since 2007, the comprehensive evaluation of which served as a basis for the setting of the parameters for the new system. Measurement data are transferred directly to an open-source based server infrastructure, which is scalable and ready for future requirements. Due to the data being directly available on the internet, it is possible to provide a minute-accurate climate monitoring in real-time. Thus, the evaluation of an arbitrary number of measurement locations and the analysis of local causes (events, weather changes) can be put into practice. The system was conceived and tested for the requirements of the Schleswig Cathedral. It can also be used in archives, depots and churches and thus constitutes a reliable basis for climate monitoring.