Title
PANNA Project : plasma and nano for new age soft conservation : development of a full-life protocol for the conservation of cultural heritage PANNA Project : plasma and nano for new age soft conservation : development of a full-life protocol for the conservation of cultural heritage
Author
Faculty/Department
Faculty of Design Sciences
Publication type
article
Publication
S.l. ,
Subject
Chemistry
Computer. Automation
Source (journal)
Lecture notes in computer science
Volume/pages
7617(2012) , p. 793-800
ISSN
0302-9743
Carrier
E
Target language
English (eng)
Full text (Publishers DOI)
Abstract
EU PANNA project started on November 2011 and aims at integrating a novel atmospheric plasma technique for surface cleaning and two innovative coating typologies (self-diagnostic protective coatings and identification marker coating) in a full-life protocol spanning surface cleaning, deposition of coatings and their complete removal. The validation of the protocol will be achieved through the cooperation between conservation scientists and technological companies. In the project, the development and testing of the protocol will be performed on two categories of substrates: metals (bronze and silver) and stone and stone-like materials (limestone, sandstone and wall paintings). The development will be performed on laboratory prepared samples (dummy or replica or mock ups) and also on real objects.