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The title of my Bachelor\'s Thesis: "Maintaining Thermal Conditions in Exhibition of Russian Museum and Archive of Mikkeli".

The title of my Bachelor\'s Thesis: "Maintaining Thermal Conditions in Exhibition of Russian Museum and Archive of Mikkeli".

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  • Maintaining thermal conditions in exhibition of Russian Museum and in Archive of Mikkeli Student: Natalia Ladygina Supervisors: Marianna Luoma, Heikki Salomaa 14.12.2009
  • Background
    • Material of exhibit determines storing conditions
    • Conditions in museums and archives vary
    • Requirements are defined by the Standards
      • Air temperature
      • Relative humidity
      • Air velocity
      • Air change rate (in some cases)
    • Climate control by air conditioning system and automation system
  • Aims
    • Studying air conditioning systems in Russian Museum and Archive of Mikkeli
    • Finding out whether they provide required conditions or not
    • If not, giving the reasons why and recommendations about improving the indoor climate
  • Methods and materials
    • Literature review
      • Influence of conditions on the materials
      • Standards and requirements
      • Air conditioning systems and equipment
    • Russian Museum
      • Exhibition of wooden furniture and fabric
      • Interview with the head of Climatology Department
      • Drawings of AC-systems
      • Diagrams of temperature and relative humidity
    • Archive of Mikkeli
      • Archives of books and microfilms
      • Drawings of AC-systems
      • Measurements of temperature and relative humidity
  • Results 45 35,5 ± 0,3 38,2 ± 0,5 18 18 ± 0,1 17,6 ± 0,4 Modern archive of books #2, Archive of Mikkeli (December) 45 43 ± 0,6 45 ± 0,6 18 16 ± 0,1 15,7 ± 0,1 Archive of books #1, Archive of Mikkeli (December) 30...40 31 ± 6 16...18 or lower 14 ± 1 Archive of microfilms, Archive of Mikkeli (December) 50…55 47 ± 3 18…22 24,5 ± 1 Exhibit of wooden furniture and fabric, Russian Museum (June) 50…55 48 ± 3 18…22 23,5 ± 1 Exhibit of wooden furniture and fabric, Russian Museum (May) Required RH, % Average RH, % Required T, ºC Average T, ºC Place (month of measurement)
  • Analysis of the results
    • Reasons why the required conditions were not provided:
    • Exhibit of wooden furniture and fabric, Russian Museum
      • Heat gains from solar radiation
      • Heat gains from visitors
      • Low capacity of humidifiers
    • Archive of books #1, Archive of Mikkeli
      • Inability of AC-system to maintain constant indoor conditions
      • Location inside the rock
    • Modern archive of books #2, Archive of Mikkeli
      • Drying effect of the radiators
  • Conclusions and recommendations
    • To improve the indoor conditions I would recommend:
    • For exhibit of wooden furniture and fabric, Russian Museum
      • To apply Venetian blinds
      • To buy more movable humidifiers or replace them with more efficient ones
    • For archive of books #1, Archive of Mikkeli
      • To apply movable heat emitters with the low output
    • For modern archive of books #2, Archive of Mikkeli
      • To reduce the output of the radiators and increase the heating output of the AC-system
      • To add a humidifier to AC-system
  • Thank you for your attention!