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room temperature and relative humidity of about 50%. Fig. 1 Experimental set-up device Measurements DDSJ-308A intelligent conductivity

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(INSTRON model 1405). Experiments were carried out at constant cross-head speed of 5 mm min −1 with relative humidity of 65% at 20 °C. Before subjecting the samples to analysis, dumbbell shaped samples of uniform width and thickness were made and analyzed

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Treatment of water-induced curvature of the DSC heat flow rate signal

Applied to fractionated nucleation of polypropylene dispersed in water

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Julen Ibarretxe, Gabriël Groeninckx, and Vincent B. F. Mathot

relative humidity or the deviation from the equilibrium conditions) and calculate the total heat flow as the summation of the heat flow due to the evaporation and of the heat flow due to the temperature increase of the sample (through the heat capacity of

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fuel (loading, size, and moisture), climate conditions (temperature, relative humidity, rainfall and wind) and topographic conditions (slope and altitude) [ 4 ]. Obviously, these parameters have considerable influences on the fire duration, and

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. Results and discussion Thermal stability of sound and archaeological woods TG experiments were performed on the wood samples equilibrated at relative humidity (RH) of 50% and room temperature; the waterlogged woods were dried at

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and 22 °C and relative humidity (RH) ranged between 65 and 67%. The similar procedure is described in DOC FF 3-71 [ 27 ]. The full description of our flammability tester has been demonstrated in the previous investigations [ 28 – 38

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.03 ∗Insoluble residue + SiO 2 Methods The CC were cast into the 20 × 20 × 20 mm cubes. The moulds were stored at an atmosphere with 95% relative humidity at 20 ± 1 °C for the first 24 h and

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thermomechanical samples Ann tannins alone and in mixture with different hardeners were tested dynamically by a thermomechanical analysis (TMA) using plies of total dimensions of 21 × 6 × 0.6 mm, and relative humidity of 8–12% were bonded with the resin

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stability of the mass was reached). This water content was assumed to be constant, because the laboratory was air-conditioned to meet reference conditions (20 °C, relative humidity ϕ = 40%; this assumption has been checked by repeated determination of the

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activity, nutrient level, and extrinsic factors, such as temperature, atmosphere (i.e., aerobic, anaerobic, and modified atmosphere), and relative humidity. By manipulating one or more of these factors, it is possible to alter the behavior of microorganisms

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