Tenders are invited for Permeability Test
However, she recommends the Intestinal Permeability Test
, which shows if there is an association by measuring if two non-metabolized sugar molecules snuck through the lining.
, the result showed that the permeability increases with increase in ratio of rice husk and yeast to clay.
Determination of index soil properties: The basic index tests were performed to investigate the engineering behavior of the matrix material by using the standard test methods including; Specific Gravity test, the Particle Size Analysis, Hydrometer test, Atterburg Limits (consistency tests), Compaction tests and Permeability test
using Falling Head test apparatus.
OECD TG 437: The Bovine Corneal Opacity and Permeability test
method (BCOP) (revised in 2013)
This column will focus on describing three methods for assessment of eye irritation: the Bovine Cornea Opacity and Permeability Test
(BCOP), the Chorioallantoic Membrane Vascular Assay (CAMVA) and the Epiocular model assay, each has specific advantages and limitations, some will be described here.
For this, we investigated air permeability, water vapor transport rate, and resistance to water penetration average value of the samples using standard tests (air permeability test
according to BS 5636, test of water vapor transport rate according to ASTM E96-00, and water penetration resistance test according to ISO 811).
Water permeability test
was conducted according to BS-EN 12390-8 .
Even in the presence of conductivity-prone calcium nitrite, permeability test
values were low or very low.
When performing the permeability test
, it is important to keep in mind that while sand size is the biggest influencer, other variables can affect permeability, such as moisture and clay levels.
The compressive strength test was carried out using a universal sand strength testing machine whereas the permeability test
was done using a calibrated permeability meter.
ii) a pair of barrier zones respectively disposed at either longitudinal side of the central zone, between the central zone and the opposing containment member edges, the barrier zones and the containment member edges forming respective upstanding longitudinal barrier cuffs, and wherein the central zone has a greater air flow according to the Air Permeability Test
than the barrier zone and the barrier zone has a greater hydrohead according to the Hydrostatic Head Pressure Test than the central zone.
US Patent No.: 8,907,156: Absorbent Article Having a Multifunctional Containment Member. Donald Carroll Roe, West Chester, OH; Michael Dale Ttennepohl, Cincinnati, OH; Olaf Erik Alexander Isele, West Chester, OH, Kenneth Michael Hammal, West Chester OH and Angela Sue Denmon, Piqua, OH. Assignors to Procter & Gamble