Water Leakage Through Building Facades

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Robert J. Kudder, Jeffrey L. Erdly
ASTM International, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 317 pages
Derived from an American Society for Testing and Materials symposium of the same title held in March 1996 in Orlando, Florida, 23 papers canvass the art and science of design (including using the rainscreen RAIN computer program), repair, and testing and quality control issues (e.g. using modified A
 

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Contents

The Application of Local Weather Data to the Simulation of WindDriven
17
Window Detailing Considerations for Leakage Preventionk m lies
33
A Review of Pressure Equalization and Compartmentalization Studies
47
Rainscreen Computer ProgramJ rousseau and r l quirouette
57
Driving Rain and Masonry Veneerj f straube and e f p burnett
73
Repair Methods for Common Water Leaks at Operable Windows and Sliding
105
Remedial Repair Leak Prevention in Porous Stone Faced Precast PanelsA
115
Lessons Learned from Investigation of Water Leakage Through Precast
127
Case Studies
187
The Facts About Hose Testingk r hoigard and r j kudder
207
Critical Review of Curtain Wall Mockup Testing for Water Penetration
218
Quality Control Procedures to Prevent Water Leakage Through Windows
232
Building Exterior Wall Water Infiltration Control Using Quality Assurance
244
Using Modified ASTM E 1105 to Identify Leakage Sources in Building Wall
267
An Overview of Water Leakage Problems in SingleFamily Residences Clad
277
In Situ Assessment of Moisture Levels in Exterior Walls of SingleFamily
288

Leakage at Interface Between Multiple Facade Componentsg l zwayer
142
Performance of StuccoClad WoodFrame Buildings in a Temperature Rain
155
Ivestigation and Repair of Leakage Problems in Recently Constructed
168

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