Conservation and Restoration
4 ECTS; 3º Ano, 1º Semestre, 15,0 T + 30,0 PL + 2,0 OT
- Leonor da Costa Pereira Loureiro
Students will familiarise themselves with the factors that contribute to the decay of materials and the ways - T., RH., Light, UV, Pollution - of controlling external and internal climate conditions of art collections and cultural assets.
7.Exposure to chemical agents
1.Introduction and methodology
2.Technological resources for monitoring and control
3.Monitoring and data analysis
Assigned written work (practice, 50%) and exam (theory, 50%).
Minimum pass mark is 9.5/20 and is the average of all assessment tasks.
- Aslhey-Smith, J. (1999). Risk Assessment for Object Conservation. London: Butterworth
- Camuffo, D. (1998). Microclimate for Cultural Heritage. Developments in Atmospheric Science. Oxford: Elsevier
- Timar-Balaszy, A. e Pina dos Santos, C. e Matias, L. (2006). Coeficientes de Transmissão Térmica de Elementos da Envolvente dos Edifícios. Lisboa: Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil
- Schaffer, T. (2001). Effects of Light on Materials in Collections: Data on photoplash and related sources. New York: The Getty Conservation Institute
Method of interaction
Lectures and tutorials. Worksheets and case study analysis.
Software used in class