Journal of Cultural Heritage

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Cultural Heritage is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Machine learning techniques for structural health monitoring of heritage buildings: A state-of-the-art review and case studies129
Review of built heritage modelling: Integration of HBIM and other information techniques110
Virtual museums. Captured reality and 3D modeling72
Scan to BIM for the digital management and representation in 3D GIS environment of cultural heritage site59
The application of state-of-the-art technologies to support artwork conservation: Literature review46
Heritage Impact Assessment, beyond an Assessment Tool: A comparative analysis of urban development impact on visual integrity in four UNESCO World Heritage Properties46
Implementation of ultra-light UAV systems for cultural heritage documentation45
Deep learning-based weathering type recognition in historical stone monuments44
A review in using agar gels for cleaning art surfaces41
Successes and challenges in laser cleaning metal artefacts: A review40
On the acid-responsive release of benzotriazole from engineered mesoporous silica nanoparticles for corrosion protection of metal surfaces35
Bringing BIM to archaeological heritage: Interdisciplinary method/strategy and accuracy applied to a megalithic monument of the Copper Age35
Virtual reality-based digitisation for endangered heritage sites: Theoretical framework and application35
Microbial biodeterioration of cultural heritage and identification of the active agents over the last two decades35
Is the fungus Aspergillus a threat to cultural heritage?34
X-reality technologies for museums: a comparative evaluation based on presence and visitors experience through user studies34
Determining the weathering classification of stone cultural heritage via the analytic hierarchy process and fuzzy inference system34
Nano Ca(OH)2: A review on synthesis, properties and applications33
The use of -omics tools for assessing biodeterioration of cultural heritage: A review32
Survey and literature study to provide insights on the application of 3D technologies in objects conservation and restoration32
Pigments and glassy matrix of the 17th–18th century enamelled French watches: A non-invasive on-site Raman and pXRF study32
Understanding multispectral imaging of cultural heritage: Determining best practice in MSI analysis of historical artefacts31
Definition of a Risk Assessment Model within a European Interoperable Database Platform (EID) for Cultural Heritage29
Old buildings need new ideas: Holistic integration of conservation-restoration process data using Heritage Building Information Modelling29
Underground salt weathering of heritage stone: lithological and environmental constraints on the formation of sulfate efflorescences and crusts28
A sticky rice paste preparation method for reinforcing earthen heritage sites27
An evaluation model for adaptive reuse of cultural heritage in accordance with 2030 SDGs and European Quality Principles26
Assessing the tourism attractiveness of World Heritage Sites: The case of Spain26
The active microbes and biochemical processes contributing to deterioration of Angkor sandstone monuments under the tropical climate in Cambodia – A review26
“A methodological assessment of the importance of physical values in architectural conservation using Shannon entropy method”25
Improvement of water resistance and thermal comfort of earth renders by cow dung: an ancestral practice of Burkina Faso24
A comprehensive review on moth repellent finishing of woolen textiles24
An object detection approach for detecting damages in heritage sites using 3-D point clouds and 2-D visual data24
Risk Management Priority Assessment of heritage sites in China Based on Entropy Weight and TOPSIS24
Methodology for an HBIM workflow focused on the representation of construction systems of built heritage24
Portable solution for high-resolution 3D and color texture on-site digitization of cultural heritage objects23
Two new indices for preventive conservation of the cultural heritage: Predicted risk of damage and heritage microclimate risk23
A new application of Fiber optics reflection spectroscopy (FORS): Identification of “bronze disease” induced corrosion products on ancient bronzes22
Pattern identification and analysis for the traditional village using low altitude UAV-borne remote sensing: multifeatured geospatial data to support rural landscape investigation, documentation and m22
Information transfer between two heritage BIMs for reconstruction support and facility management: the case study of the Chalet of the Countess of Edla, Sintra, Portugal22
Computational methods and rural cultural & natural heritage: A review21
Deep learning to detect built cultural heritage from satellite imagery. - Spatial distribution and size of vernacular houses in Sumba, Indonesia -21
Integrating expert feedback on the spot in a time-efficient explorative CT scanning workflow for cultural heritage objects20
Assessing and mitigating vulnerability and fire risk in historic centres: A cost-benefit analysis20
Learning feature representation of Iberian ceramics with automatic classification models20
Technological transfers in the Mediterranean on the verge of Romanization: Insights from the waterproofing renders of Nora (Sardinia, Italy)20
Using CarcassonNet to automatically detect and trace hollow roads in LiDAR data from the Netherlands20
The deep learning method applied to the detection and mapping of stone deterioration in open-air sanctuaries of the Hittite period in Anatolia20
Evaluation of the efficiency of nanoparticles for increasing α-amylase enzyme activity for removing starch stain from paper artifacts19
Characterization and provenance of ceramic artifacts and local clays from Late Mycenaean Kastrouli (Greece) by means of p-XRF screening and statistical analysis19
Oxidative degradation of paper – A minireview19
Preserving cultural heritage: Shifting paradigms in the face of war, occupation, and identity19
Digital replication and reconstruction of mail armour19
Non-invasive study of natural dyes in textiles of the Qing Dynasty using fiber optic reflectance spectroscopy18
Analyses of microorganisms and metabolites diversity on historic photographs using innovative methods18
SEM, FTIR and DSC Investigation of Collagen Hydrolysate Treated Degraded Leather18
Weathering of materials at Notre-Dame from changes in air pollution and climate in Paris, 1325–209017
The application of thymol-loaded chitosan nanoparticles to control the biodeterioration of cultural heritage sites17
Adaptability evaluation of historic buildings as an approach to propose adaptive reuse strategies based on complex adaptive system theory17
Spatial risk assessment and the protection of cultural heritage in southern Tajikistan17
Artificial ageing by salt crystallization: test protocol and salt distribution patterns in lime-based rendering mortars17
Normal cloud model theory-based comprehensive fuzzy assessment of wooden pagoda safety17
Assessing the sustainable development of the historic urban landscape through local indicators. Lessons from a Mexican World Heritage City16
Spectral damage model for lighting paper and silk in museum16
60 years of street art: A comparative study of the artists’ materials through spectroscopic and mass spectrometric approaches16
Using surface nuclear magnetic resonance and spontaneous potential to investigate the source of water seepage in the JinDeng Temple grottoes, China16
Stratigraphic analysis of historical wooden samples from ancient bowed string instruments by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy16
Conservation and management of Chinese classical royal garden heritages based on 3D digitalization - A case study of Jianxin courtyard in Jingyi garden in fragrant hills15
Application of nanocomposites for conservation of materials of cultural heritage15
Evaluation of some wood-water relations and chemometric characteristics of recent oak and archaeological oak wood (Quercus robur) with archaeometric value15
Characterisation of waterlogged archaeological wood from Nanhai No. 1 shipwreck by multidisciplinary diagnostic methods15
Are the blue daemons really blue? Multidisciplinary study for the colours characterization of the mural paintings inside the Blue Daemons Etruscan tomb15
Overview of fungal isolates on heritage collections of photographic materials and their biological potency15
The thermal conductivity of the masonry of handmade brick Cultural Heritage with respect to density and humidity15
Lighting and visual experience of artworks: Results of a study campaign at the National Museum of San Matteo in Pisa, Italy14
Scanning electrochemical cell microscopy: A powerful method to study the intergranular corrosions of archaeological silver artifacts14
Corrosion phenomena and patina on archaeological low-tin wrought bronzes: New data14
Multi-analytical investigation of panel, pigments and varnish of The Martyirdom of St. Catherine by Gaudenzio Ferrari (16th century)14
An in-depth study on the agar gel effectiveness for built heritage cleaning14
Salt crystallization dynamics in indoor environments: Stone weathering in the Muñoz Chapel of the Cathedral of Santa María (Cuenca, central Spain)14
Increase of moisture content in Mogao Grottoes from artificial sources based on numerical simulations14
ART-RISK 3.0 a fuzzy—based platform that combine GIS and expert assessments for conservation strategies in cultural heritage14
Consolidating efficacy of diammonium hydrogen phosphate on artificially aged and naturally weathered coarse-grained marble14
Application of climate-based daylight simulation to assess lighting conditions of space and artworks in historical buildings: the case study of cetacean gallery of the Monumental Charterhouse of Calci14
Cultural heritage and sea level rise threat: risk assessment of coastal fortifications in the Canary Islands14
Testing 1D and 2D single-sided NMR on Roman age waterlogged woods13
Multi-hazard susceptibility assessment using analytic hierarchy process: the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage Site case study (United Kingdom)13
Applicability of eye trackers in marketing activities related to historical monuments. Comparison of experts’ predictions and visual reactions of non-professionals13
Deep eutectic solvent and agar: a new green gel to remove proteinaceous-based varnishes from paintings13
Preliminary study for the evaluation of a pulsed coaxial plasma gun for removal of iron rust stain from bone artifacts13
Mechanical properties of mammalian and fish glues over range of temperature and humidity13
Roman brick production technologies in Padua (Northern Italy) along the Late Antiquity and Medieval Times: Durable bricks on high humid environs13
Linked open data in authoring virtual exhibitions13
Rethinking earthquake-related vulnerabilities of historic centres in Italy: Insights from the Tuscan area13
Study of internal moisture condensation for the conservation of stone cultural heritage13
Hydrogels: A ‘stepping stone’ towards new cleaning strategies for biodeteriorated surfaces13
Multispectral aerial imagery-based 3D digitisation, segmentation and annotation of large scale urban areas of significant cultural value12
Process orientation of the world heritage city management system12
The mysterious mould outbreak - A comprehensive fungal colonisation in a climate-controlled museum repository challenges the environmental guidelines for heritage collections12
Path intelligent optimization for dense crowd emergency evacuation in heritage buildings12
High-resolution 3-D GPR applied in the diagnostic of the detachment and cracks in pre-Hispanic mural paintings at “Templo Rojo”, Cacaxtla, Tlaxcala, Mexico12
Morphological characterization of water-based nanolime dispersions12
Use of 3D printing PLA and ABS materials for fine art. Analysis of composition and long-term behaviour of raw filament and printed parts12
How to create seismic risk scenarios in historic built environment using rapid data collection and managing12
Universal analytical method for characterization of yellow and related natural dyes in liturgical vestments from Krakow12
A non-invasive imaging approach for improved assessments on the construction and the condition of historical knotted-pile carpets12
Weathering detection of granite from three asynchronous historical quarries of Sabrosa municipally (North Portugal)12
Use of gels for the cleaning of archaeological metals. Case study of silver-plated copper alloy coins12
Protective coatings for metallic heritage conservation: A review12
The chemistry of making color in art12
Characterisation of lead carbonate white pigments submitted to AMS radiocarbon dating11
Analytical techniques used for condition assessment of a late period mummy11
Experimental study of the hygromechanical behaviour of a historic painting on wooden panel : devices and measurement techniques11
Valorization of cultural heritage and land take reduction: an urban compensation model for the replacement of unsuitable buildings in an Italian UNESCO site11
Ovalbumin as natural organic binder for stabilizing unfired earth bricks: Understanding vernacular techniques to inspire modern constructions11
Characterization and quantitation study of ancient lacquer objects by NIR spectroscopy and THM-Py-GC/MS11
Alginate-biocide hydrogel for the removal of biofilms from calcareous stone artworks11
Sinkholes threatening places of worship in the historic center of Naples11
Applications of energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence technique in metallic cultural heritage studies11
A different view on (world) heritage. The need for multi-perspective data analyses in historical landscape studies: The example of Schokland (NL)11
Isosorbide, pyrogallol, and limonene-containing thiol-ene photocured bio-based organogels for the cleaning of artworks11
Graphic vandalism: Multi-analytical evaluation of laser and chemical methods for the removal of spray paints11
Superhydrophobic fluorinated oligomers as protective agents for outdoor stone artworks11
Hyphal morphology and substrate porosity -rather than melanization- drive penetration of black fungi into carbonate substrates11
Influence of particle size distribution of pigments on depth profiling of murals using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy11
Resilience and sustainability assessment of cultural heritage and built environment: The Libertad pedestrian walkway in Valdivia, Chile11
A review of computer-based methods for classification and reconstruction of 3D high-density scanned archaeological pottery11
Fabrication of a suit of armour at the end of Middle Ages: An extensive archaeometallurgical characterization of the armour of Laval10
Two centuries of painted plasters from the Lateran suburban villa (Rome): investigating supply routes and manufacturing of pigments10
Cast a different iron: Grey and mottled cast iron production in early China10
Cementitious materials containing nano-carriers and silica for the restoration of damaged concrete-based monuments10
Detecting short-term weathering of stone monuments by 3D laser scanning: lithology, wall orientation, material loss10
Ravenna, its mosaics and the contribution of archaeometry. A systematic reassessment on literature data related to glass tesserae and new considerations10
Impact of nanosilica on lime restoration mortars properties10
Characterization and compatibility assessment of commercial stone repair mortars10
Historical documents dating using multispectral imaging and ordinal classification10
Tentative determination of a special bronze material by multiple technological test on a xuan-liu dagger-axe from the Xujialing Site, the Eastern Zhou period, Henan Province, China10
A framework study on the use of immersive XR technologies in the cultural heritage domain10
An analytical characterization of different gilding techniques on artworks from the Royal Palace (Caserta, Italy)10
Flood risk assessment of urban cultural heritage based on PSR conceptual model with game theory and cloud model – A case study of Nanjing10
Existing tools enabling the implementation of EN 16883:2017 Standard to integrate conservation-compatible retrofit solutions in historic buildings10
A contribution to understand the Portuguese emblematic Ançã limestone bioreceptivity to fungal colonization and biodeterioration10
Conservation of plasticized PVC artifacts in museums: Influence of wrapping materials9
Estimation of uniaxial compressive strength and intrinsic permeability from ultrasounds in sedimentary stones used as heritage building materials9
A numerical investigation of interfacial and channelling crack growth rates under low-cycle fatigue in bi-layer materials relevant to cultural heritage9
Predictive model of geographical origin discrimination of paper mulberry and handmade paper using ICP-AES/MS and multivariate statistical analysis9
Using choice experiments to assess tourist values for intangible cultural heritage – the case of Changdao fishermen's work song in China9
Violins and cellos from Portuguese collections. A tree ring study as a historical source of the Portuguese heritage9
Assessment of the effects of projected climate change on the potential risk of wood decay in Korea9
History and microbial biodeterioration of audiovisual materials9
Coupling electrical resistivity methods and GIS to evaluate the effect of historic building features on wetting dynamics during wind-driven rain spells9
A “Western” imported technology: An analytical study of the Achaemenid Egyptian blue objects9
Craquelures and pictorial matter9
Dating and provenancing the Woman with lantern sculpture – A contribution towards attribution of Netherlandish art9
Exploring the chemical composition and corrosion patterns of arrowheads used in the Siege of Motya (397 BC) through a multi-analytical approach9
Evaluation of MMI/acrylate nanocomposite with hydroxyapatite as a novel paste for gap filling of archaeological bones9
Di-ammonium hydrogen phosphate for the consolidation of lime-based historic mortars – Preliminary research9
Temporal stability of discrete choice values for preserving a cultural landscape: The Alto Douro Wine Region9
A theoretical framework for designing smart and ubiquitous learning environments for outdoor cultural heritage9
Study of solidification of menthol for the applications in temporary consolidation of cultural heritage9
A transport monitoring system for cultural relics protection based on blockchain and internet of things9
Research on extraction of fragile bamboo slips by underwater temporary solidification in original state9
Same site, different corrosion phenomena caused by chloride: The effect of the archaeological context on bronzes from Sujialong Cemetery, China9
Evidence for the catalytic properties of ultramarine pigment9
Investigation on four centuripe vases (late 3rd-2nd cent. B.C.) by portable X-ray fluorescence and total reflectance-FTIR9
Relationship between structure and some physico-chemical properties of funori from red seaweed Gloiopeltis8
Eliminating color from Serish (Eremurus) Paste for paper conservation and restoration8
Fuzzy comprehensive evaluation of the compatibility of restoration materials — Case study in the rammed earth restoration of the M2 Han tomb in Dingtao, Shandong Province8
Recession rate of carbonate rocks used in cultural heritage: Textural control assessed by accelerated ageing tests8
Notes on Vestorius’ Blue – New findings and investigations8
GC–MS and PCA analyses of diterpenoids degradation state in 21 human mummies of Ancient Egypt dating from New Kingdom to Graeco-Roman Period8
Surface mediated Ca-phosphate biomineralization and characterization of the historic lime mortar, Janjira Sea Fort, India8
Improvement of the digital radiographic images of old paintings on wooden support through the anisotropic diffusion method8
Integration of both non-invasive and micro-invasive techniques for the archaeometric study of the stained-glass window Apparizione degli Angeli in the basilica of Santa Croce in Florence, Italy8
Non-destructive imaging of ancient marquetries using active thermography and photothermal coherence tomography8
Incremental decision making for historic urban areas’ energy retrofitting: EFFESUS DSS8
A fast non-invasive method for preliminary authentication of mediaeval glass enamels using UV–visible–NIR diffuse reflectance spectrophotometry8
Determination of the technical suitability of shelters for archaeological sites using fuzzy logic8
From the bottom of the sea to the display case: A study into the long-term preservation of archaeological maritime silk textiles in controlled atmosphere8
Quantifying the ‘press and peel’ removal of particulates using elastomers and gels8
Spectral analysis of surface waves for non-destructive evaluation of historic masonry buildings8
Understanding air-tight case environments at the National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution) by SPME-GC-MS analysis8
Chemical, morphological and mechanical study of the ageing of textile flax fibers from 17th/18th-century paintings on canvas8
The equipment of a Germanic warrior from the 2nd–4th century AD: Digital reconstructions as a research tool for the behaviour of archaeological costumes8
Enzymes as tools for conservation of works of art8
Analysis of preservation priority of historic buildings along the subway based on matter-element model7
Colored feathers in museum collections: A spectroscopic study of 3 bio-pigments and their lightfastness7
A computationally assisted cultural heritage conservation method7
Non-invasive X-ray investigations of medieval sculptures: New insights on “applied tin-relief brocade” technique7
Spectral heat aging model to estimate the age of seals on painting and calligraphy7
Determining the level of organic acid air pollution in museum storage rooms by mass-balance modelling7
First applications of non-invasive techniques on Algerian heritage manuscripts: the LMUHUB ULAHBIB ancient manuscript collection from Kabylia region (Afniq n Ccix Lmuhub)7
3D structural deformation monitoring of the archaeological wooden shipwreck stern investigated by optical measuring techniques7
Evaluating the protecting effects of two consolidants applied on Pietra di Lecce limestone: A neutronographic study7
A Blockchain-Based cryptographic interaction method of digital museum collections7
Composing smart museum exhibit specifications for the visually impaired7
Evaluation of risks to UNESCO World Heritage (WH) sites in Taxila, Pakistan using ground-based and satellite remote sensing techniques7
Practical evidence and experimental demonstration of the Liesegang phenomenon in the carbonation process of lime mortars in exposed masonries7
Non-destructive quantitative analysis of nano-mechanics of aged Xuan paper7
An innovative multi-component fluoropolymer-based coating on outdoor patinated bronze for Cultural Heritage: Durability and reversibility7
Determination of the hygric properties of the heritage stone of the Cathedral of Cuenca through the water absorption by capillarity test7
IR Thermography for the Restoration of Colonial Architecture in India—Case study of the British Residency in Hyderabad, Telangana7
Mapping Ancient Battlefields in a multi-scalar approach combining Drone Imagery and Geophysical Surveys: The Roman siege of the oppidum of Cabezo de Alcalá (Azaila, Spain)7
Evaluation of mortar mix designs for the conservation of the Acropolis monuments7
Historical grisailles characterisation: A literature review7
NMR spectroscopy and micro-analytical techniques for studying the constitutive materials and the state of conservation of an ancient Tapa barkcloth from Polynesia, is. Wallis7
Fire risk level prediction of timber heritage buildings based on entropy and XGBoost7
HBIM-based workflow for the integration of advanced photovoltaic systems in historical buildings7
The complex atmospheric corrosion of α/δ bronze bells in a marine environment7
The effect of ethylene oxide and silver nanoparticles on photographic models in the context of disinfection of photo albums7
Resilient cultural heritage through digital cultural heritage cube: Two cases in South Korea7
Evaluating the xerophilic potential of moulds on selected egg tempera paints on glass and wooden supports using fluorescent microscopy7
The risk assessment of surface recession damage for architectural buildings in Italy7
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