Authors:Daniele Bergamasco, Franco Bulian, Andrea Melchior, Davide Menotti, Paolo Tirelli, and Marilena Tolazzi
are employed. In this case an accelerated artificial weathering is carried out under controlled conditions of UV irradiance, temperature, and relativehumidity with the optional possibility to simulate environmental condition through cycles of spray
Authors:N. Obradović, A. Terzić, Lj. Pavlović, S. Filipović, and V. Pavlović
was used as an additive in concrete mixtures.
Concrete mixture was mixed for 8 min in a laboratory RILEM-cem mixer. Afterwards, mixture was poured into moulds and cured for 24 h at room temperature (20 °C) in a controlled relativehumidity (φ
is primarily amorphous carbon. This research also incorporated a high-precision, rapid-responding, full-range, relativehumidity micro sensor (Hydrometrix HMX 2000) coupled with a thermistor temperature sensor diffused into the silicon die. The sensor
Authors:Ghalib Al-Saidi, Mohammad Shafiur Rahman, Ahmed Al-Alawi, and Nejib Guizani
The first set of powder samples (extracted gelatin, air-dried skin, and silica gel-dried skin) were equilibrated in desiccator maintained at 11.3% relativehumidity environment by placing saturated lithium chloride solution (293 K). The equilibration
Authors:Miha Vivoda, Robert Roškar, and Vojko Kmetec
vessel, the glass tube was filled with 50 μL of water to obtain 100% relativehumidity (RH) or a saturated salt solution to obtain humidities below 100% RH. When the substances were tested in the absence of moisture, the glass tube was empty. The
products mixtures (1:1) mixtures of iron (II) chloride and iron powder were exposed to different relativehumidity environments generated above water/glycerol solutions. After, 2 years’ exposure to the selected RH values, the corrosion products were
Authors:Andreas Iordanidis, Javier Garcia-Guinea, Aggeliki Strati, Amalia Gkimourtzina, and Androniki Papoulidou
(SO 2 ) gas, in the presence of high relativehumidity. Another important weathering process is the bio-deterioration due to lichens and other micro-organisms.
The salts found both on the surface and within the main body of the plaster
Authors:Ray L. Frost, Sara J. Palmer, and Ross E. Pogson
the temperature to vary from 12.8 to 15.6 °C. The higher temperatures are only achieved near the cave entrances. The humidity within the caves is high and never goes below 75% relativehumidity and the air is often saturated
Authors:Cheila G. Mothé, Michelle G. Mothé, Alan T. Riga, and Kenneth S. Alexander
and ambient relativehumidity during the day or year or season are also reflected in large variations in skin admittance, mainly because of changes in skin hydration [ 5 ].
In recent years, there is a growing interest in employing the