In this work, the shielding effectiveness (SE) of a densified-small-particles (DSP) cement composite, with different loading particles embedded in, has been investigated through the nested reverberation chamber facility. Particular effort has been spent in characterizing the SE behavior with the increasing drying and in improving the experimental practice to solve out previously faced measurement troubles. Findings are of interest in architectural shielding, microwave spectroscopy and investigation of physical-chemical properties of DSP materials.
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