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[K.sup.-1] 0.04 Young, 1992 9 K 2123 Yusuf, 2011 10 % 35 11 % 65 TABLE 2: Summary of laboratory test results for specific gravity and water absorption tests (see Figure S1-S3 in the Supplementary Materials for comprehensive analysis).
In addition to tracer-free imbibition and vapor absorption tests with DI water, imbibition experiments of tracer-containing API brine and n-decane were conducted.
Water absorption tests were performed at two different temperatures (21[degrees]C and 40[degrees]C).
Venkateshwaran et al [8] studied the tensile, flexural, impact and water absorption test were carried out using banana epoxy composite material.
(ii) All three types of interface studied presented hydric resistance during the capillary absorption tests, although with different levels of magnitude.
The BlandAltman analysis suggested that no significant presence of proportional bias was detected, and the mean error was only significantly different than zero, and hence suggestive of fixed bias, for two outcomes: vertical linear displacement for the heel test (Figure 3; fixed offset = 0.4 mm; p = 0.03) and transverse-plane angular displacement for the axial torque absorption test (Figure 6; fixed offset = 0.75[degrees]; p = 0.03).
This result is consistent with the result from water absorption test of PVA/starch nanocomposite films reflected in Figure 8 and thus illustrates that the addition of nanocellulose fiber prevented water to be diffused into the films and the growth of microorganism occurred slowly.
Samples for water absorption tests were prepared by curing a certain amount of uniform viscous liquid of BHAPP and BHAPP/20% NS with 1 wt% of benzoyl peroxide in an aluminum foil mold at 120[degrees]C for 3 h under vacuum to obtain the expected fully cured samples.
Water absorption tests were conducted for all blocks according to NBR 7713 (ABNT, 1982a) and must achieve a 15% limit for individual rates and 10% for averages.
Results for slump test, unit weight of fresh concrete, Splitting tensile strength, and water absorption tests are shown in Table 5.