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lecture_26 - Working Example (Moisture Uptake) Statistics...

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Statistics 270– Lecture 26 Working Example (Moisture Uptake) •There is a need to understand degradation of 3013 containers during long term storage •Moisture uptake is considered a key factor in degradation due to corrosion •Calcination removes moisture •Calcination temperature requirements were written with very pure materials in mind, but the situation has evolved to include less pure materials, e.g. high in salts (Cl salts of particular concern) •Calcination temperature may need to be reduced to accommodate salts. •An experiment is to be conducted to see how the calcination temperature impacts the mean moisture uptake
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Experiment Procedure: •Two calcination temperatures…wish to compare the mean uptake for each temperature •Have 10 measurements per temperature treatment •The temperature treatments are randomly assigned to canisters Response: Rate of change in moisture uptake in a 48 hour period (maximum time to complete packaging)
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course GEOG 133 taught by Professor Leila during the Fall '09 term at UCSB.

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