Mechanical, Thermal and Hygric Properties of Buildings by Eva Vejmelkova, Jan Zatloukal, Pavel Reiterman
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The measurement was done on the samples having dimensions of 50 x 50 x 50 mm. . The measurement of compressive strength was done by the hydraulic testing device VEB WPM Leipzig having a stiff loading frame with the capacity of 3000 kN. The tests were performed according to ČSN EN 12390-3 after 28 of standard curing. The sample dimension was 150 x 150 x 150 mm. The water sorptivity S [m/s1/2] and apparent moisture diffusivity κ [m2/s] were measured using a water sorptivity experiment . The measurement was done on the samples with the dimensions of 50 x 50 x 20 mm.