Air lime mortars with addition of two types of sesame cooking oil were synthesized and cured in two different conditions: laboratory and natural climatic conditions of the Pasargadae and Persepolis World Heritage Sites. For the mortars cured in the laboratory, addition of oils in the mortar induced hydrophobic effects, but it adversely affected on permeability values and carbonation rates. However, the air lime mortars cured in the site conditions demonstrated increment in their hydrophobicity and superficial durability without retarding their setting time and adverse effects on their calcium carbonate formation values, due to various climatic parameters existing in natural outdoor conditions.

Preliminary valorization of climatic conditions effects on curing of air lime‐based mortars for restorative applications in the pasargadae and persepolis world heritage sites

Manzi S.
Secondo
Methodology
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Bignozzi M. C.
Ultimo
Supervision
2021

Abstract

Air lime mortars with addition of two types of sesame cooking oil were synthesized and cured in two different conditions: laboratory and natural climatic conditions of the Pasargadae and Persepolis World Heritage Sites. For the mortars cured in the laboratory, addition of oils in the mortar induced hydrophobic effects, but it adversely affected on permeability values and carbonation rates. However, the air lime mortars cured in the site conditions demonstrated increment in their hydrophobicity and superficial durability without retarding their setting time and adverse effects on their calcium carbonate formation values, due to various climatic parameters existing in natural outdoor conditions.
Pahlavan P.; Manzi S.; Shariatmadar H.; Bignozzi M.C.
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