The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 4 (1926) > Issues > Issue 6 > Notes on the Restoration of the Palace of Versailles and the Trianons
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Notes on the Restoration of the Palace of Versailles and the Trianons

The prevention of dampness in buildings requires a study of all the phenomena produced by the invasion of moisture, either as liquid or vapour, into the filling and binding materials of tlhe walls; of the physical changes that cause or modify the results; of the remedies that have been applied in the present and in the past; of the causes that prevent these remedies from being effective; and of new procesees conforming to natural laws that enable the structural and sanitary conditions of houses and buildings to be conserved with certainty. A. Knapen

Author(s): Knapen, A