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[FR] Portail : Matériaux

[FR] Portail : Matériaux
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[IT] Plastic conservation center. Fondazione PLART Spazio dedicato alla consultazione e allo studio di materiale bibliografico sull'arte e il design contemporaneo, sulla collezione permanente e sulla conservazione dei materiali polimerici. Cataloghi di mostre, monografie, saggi, dizionari, libri d’artista e periodici specializzati, rendono il nostro archivio fruibile da giovani studiosi e professionisti. E. Martuscelli, 'The chemistry of degradation and conservation of plastic artefacts' Palazzo Spinelli, Edizioni Paideia, Firenze 2010 E. E. G. abstract Francesco Tamburrino, 'Uso corretto di materiali e tecnologie per una progettazione sostenibile: lo studio del re-design dell'Acrilica di Joe Colombo; Relatore: prof. arch. Silvia Scardapane, 'Plart: la plastica, tra arte e design', Museologia, Relatore: prof.

Base de données bibliographiques du Réseau d'information sur la conservation (BCIN) AMOLF - Laboratoire de recherche sur la physique des systèmes biomoléculaires (Amsterdam), relève de Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM) In 1946 the Dutch government established the Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM) ‘to initiate fundamental scientific research in the Netherlands on matter in the general sense, and to support higher education’. In order to achieve this goal, the FOM Laboratory for Mass Spectrography was founded. The institute’s name was changed to Laboratory for Mass Separation in 1960, and then to FOM Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics (AMOLF) in 1966. As of January 1, 2017, FOM forms a new organization together with other parts of NWO. Read more about AMOLF’s history Picture: Jaap Kistemaker (1917-2010), founder of AMOLF and a pioneer in the field of uranium isotope separation.

Base de données bibliographiques de l'Institut national du patrimoine (INP) [BE] Papier Peint - Inventaire et Glossaire Le glossaire répond à deux besoins : d’une part, permettre aux personnes qui alimentent la base de données Inventaire de s’accorder sur la signification des termes, afin de les utiliser à bon escient et de manière constante, et d’autre part aider les usagers dudit Inventaire. Plus largement, il vise à aider toute personne confrontée aux papiers peints à les identifier, les décrire et les dater. Un maximum d’ouvrages de référence a été dépouillé, du 18e siècle à nos jours, de L’Encyclopédie aux catalogues contemporains, en passant par des livres de vulgarisation, des grammaires décoratives, des compendiums de chimie, etc. Il était important de définir aussi les appellations anciennes, afin d’aider le chercheur à comprendre des documents d’archives ou les publicités d’anciens journaux. Ensuite, chaque terme a fait l’objet d’une notice comprenant des informations historiques, une définition spécifique au domaine du papier peint, et des références bibliographiques. Chapitres 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Catalogue des recherches sur la conservation des biens culturels (1996-2003) Metals - Wiki Back to the Objects Page Objects Specialty Group Conservation Wiki Contributors: Christopher Watters, Jeneva WrightYour name could be here! Please contribute. Copyright: 2011. The Objects Group Wiki pages are a publication of the Objects Specialty Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. The Great Buddha of Kamakura (Japan),1252, 13.35 m (43.8 ft), leaded bronze cast in sections and mechanically joined with the ikarakuri technique. Funeral mask also known as “Agamemnon Mask”. Metals conservation is the conservation and preservation of cultural materials with metallic properties. Materials and technology Table 1. History Metals have been used for tools, weapons, jewellery, money, sculpture, and architecture. Developments in metallurgy are often used to classify historical time periods, for example: The type of metal or metal alloys and the construction of an object can often be used to determine the date and place of manufacture. Materials Technology

[FR] Catalogue des recherches sur la conservation des biens culturels (1996-2003) Notre pays possède un patrimoine culturel exceptionnel par sa qualité, sa diversité, son abondance et l'étendue chronologique qu'il recouvre. L'appréhender, à partir de l'étude des matériaux et de leur environnement, suppose une démarche interdisciplinaire entre les sciences humaines et les sciences dites "dures" (physiques, chimiques, de la vie, etc.) sur lesquelles s’appuie la science de la conservation. Depuis plusieurs années, les recherches dans le domaine des matériaux du patrimoine culturel et de leur environnement ont pu être soutenues grâce aux crédits du budget civil de recherche et développement. Ainsi, une synergie s’est développée entre les différents acteurs de la conservation et de la recherche. Elle a été renforcée par la création d’unités mixtes de recherche et par le lancement de programmes communs de recherche. Le catalogue des recherches sur la conservation des biens culturels recense les travaux conduits depuis 1996.

Conservation and restoration of metals / Wikipedia Conservation and restoration of metals is the activity devoted to the protection and preservation of historical (religious, artistic, technical and ethnographic) and archaeological objects made partly or entirely of metal. In it are included all activities aimed at preventing or slowing deterioration of items, as well as improving accessibility and readability of them as objects of cultural heritage. Despite the fact that metals are generally considered as the relatively permanent and stable materials, in contact with the environment they deteriorate gradually, some faster and some much slower. This applies especially to archaeological finds. It is very important that a conservator of metals has knowledge of basic metalworking techniques, history of metalwork, history of art, archaeology, corrosion of metals, scientific research methods, theory and ethics of conservation-restoration. Metals and alloys commonly used for cultural heritage objects[edit] [edit] Basic techniques[edit] [edit] Oils

Centre de documentation de l'Office de Coopération et d'Information Muséales (OCIM ) [CA] Caring for metal objects - Preventive conservation guidelines for collections Robert L. Barclay, Carole Dignard and Lyndsie Selwyn Caring for metal objects is part of CCI's Preventive conservation guidelines for collections online resource. Table of contents Understanding metals and corrosion A variety of metals, metal alloys and metal finishes can be found in museum collections. Please note that issues relating to metals in an outdoor setting are discussed more specifically in Caring for outdoor objects. Understanding metal objects Metal properties Metals share many useful properties; namely, they are strong, are often lustrous, are good conductors of heat and electricity and they can be cast. In alloys—mixtures of two or more elements, of which at least one is a metal—the comparative sizes of the atoms give a measure of how malleable or ductile the metal may be. Grain structure of metals At a microscopic level, metals show a granular structure where each grain is formed from an even array of atoms. Variety of metals There is a wide range of metal elements. Aluminum

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