Low-energy Museum Storage Buildings: Climate, Energy Consumption and Air Quality. Data Set for Final Data Report

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The 43 txt-files included in this dataset relate to the report: Ryhl-Svendsen, Jensen, Bøhm, and Klenz Larsen (2012): Low-energy Museum Storage Buildings: Climate, Energy Consumption and Air Quality. UMTS Research Project 2007–2011: Final Data Report, Kgs. Lyngby: National Museum of Denmark, 122 pp.

The document 00_List-of-data-files.pdf contain a full list of the data files with a description of their structure and content, and is the key to how the individual data files relate to the report.

The research project focussed on four modern museum storage facilities in Denmark, for which the indoor climate, air quality, and the energy consumption of the climate control systems was measured at several locations, typically for a period of between two and four years. The storage facilities were Museum of Southwest Jutland’s storage building in Ribe (‘Ribe’), The Shared Storage Facility at The Centre for Preservation of Cultural Heritage in Vejle (‘Vejle’), The Joint Storage Facility for museums in East Jutland/ Museum Østjylland (‘Randers’), and from The National Museum of Denmark the storage building Hall P at the Ørholm Storage Facility (‘Ørholm’). For description of the sites, monitoring campaigns, and graphed data, the report should be consulted.

For completeness, the report is included with the dataset (Report_low-energy-museum-storage-buildings.pdf).
Translated title of the contributionLavenergi museumsmagasiner: Klima, energiforbrug og luftkvalitet. Datasæt til endelig datarapport.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2023
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2023


  • Indoor climate
  • Air temperature
  • Relative humidity
  • Energy consumption
  • Soil temperature
  • Museum collections
  • Storage buildings
  • HVAC

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