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figureposted on 2022-03-22, 17:31 authored by Ken G. Drouillard, Amanda Tomkins, Sharon Lackie, Scott Laengert, Allison Baker, Catherine M. Clase, Charles F. De Lannoy, Dora Cavallo-Medved, Lisa A. Porter, Rebecca S. Rudman
Correlation between mask filtration efficiency and mean fabric pore diameter (Graphic A) and fabric weight (Graphic B) and goodness of fit tests comparing observed against predicted mask performance from Eq 2 (Graphic C) and for material differential pressure from Eq 3 (Graphic D).
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