Fundamentals of Chemical and Technological Processes in Restoration. Part 2

Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.O.56
Credits: 5.50
Department: Restoration of Architectural and Artistic Heritage
Lecturer: Novosad P.V.
Semester: 5 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: The teaching of the discipline is the student's study of physical and chemical phenomena that occur in architectural monuments during their display, storage and restoration. As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: ЗН 1. Knowledge of the basics of theory in the field of protection and restoration of cultural heritage. ЗН 3. Knowledge of methods of analysis and processing of information from various sources. ЗН 6. Knowledge of the stages of research of a work of art, their content and order of use. ЗН 9. Knowledge of the content of design and reporting documentation regarding the restoration of a work of art. ZN 10. Knowledge that allows monitoring the state of preservation and exploitation of works of art. UM1. To be able to collect and process raw information based on field surveys of objects, measurements, soundings, excavations, archival and iconographic materials of a work of art. UM6. Be able to prepare project presentations, reports on projects, including using modern office information technologies, text and graphic editors, and printing tools. UM8. Work effectively both individually and as part of a team KOM 2. The ability to use various methods, including modern information technologies, for effective communication at the professional and social levels. KOM3. The ability to work on an object as part of a group.
Required prior and related subjects: Prerequisite: Philosophy, Petrography, applied materials science of natural stone. Co-requisite: Scientific basis of research on the architectural decoration of historic buildings and polychromy, Restoration project, part 1.
Summary of the subject: The discipline "Fundamentals of chemical and technological processes in restoration, part 2" is based on generally accepted provisions and results of modern scientific research. In order to acquire the highly qualified level of a specialist-restorer, students need basic knowledge of the basics of chemical and technological processes and basic concepts, issues, features of conducting research, methods of processing architectural details from stone and building ceramics. This knowledge is also necessary for carrying out professional activities at the appropriate scientific and methodological level.
Assessment methods and criteria: Evaluation methods and criteria: Current control (PC): Practical work – 30%. Independent work - 70%.
Recommended books: 1. Voloshinets V.A., Bevs M.V. Restorative materials science. Lviv. 2017. 128 p. 2. A.S. Moroz, A.G. Kovaleva. Physical and colloidal chemistry.-Lviv: "Svit". 1994.-247 p. 3. Kryvenko P.V., Pushkaryova K.K., Baranovskyi V.B., Kochevykh M.O., Hasan Y.G., Konstantinivskyi B.Ya., Raksha V.O. Construction materials science: Textbook. — K.: "Lira-K Publishing House", 2015. — 624 p. 4. Conservation and restoration of objects of cultural heritage. Methodical manual. - edited by I. Prokopenko, Kyiv, 2021. 5. Unger A., ??Schniewind A., Unger W. Conservation of Wood Artifacts, New York - 2001. 6. The Structural Conservation of Panel Paintings, Proceedings; of a Symposium at the J. Paul Getty Museum - 1995.