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Financial Accounting Standards Foundation

A private sector body in Japan charged with establishing and maintaining standards for professional accountants. Founded in 2001, the FASF has published a variety of rules and clarifications on how accounting ought to be done in Japan.
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In the FASF and PC samples, all five dimensionless parameters had similar values regardless of the pore-volume ranges, as the mean values and the gaps between the first and third quantiles were similar.
(i) The PC sample (cenosphere-containing Portland cement paste) had a less-broad size distribution of micropores compared to the FASF and FA samples (Ca[(OH).sub.2]-[Na.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]-activated fly ash-silica fume and Ca[(OH).sub.2]-[Na.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]-activated fly ash with cenospheres).
(ii) The FASF sample (Ca[(OH).sub.2]-[Na.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]-activated, cenosphere- containing fly ash-silica fume) had more irregular micropore shapes in the [10.sup.-3]~[10.sup.-2] [mm.sup.3] pore-volume range compared to the other ranges (<[10.sup.-4] [mm.sup.3], [10.sup.-4]~[10.sup.-3] [mm.sup.3], and >[10.sup.-2] [mm.sup.3]).
(iv) The PC sample had more elongated micropores than the FA and FASF samples.
Caption: Figure 2: Pore-volume distributions of FASF, FA, and PC samples obtained from micro-CT data.
Caption: Figure 3: Reconstructed 3D micropore structures of the FASF sample (separated micropores based on pore-volume ranges).
Caption: Figure 4: Contour maps of [I.sub.11]/[I.sub.33] and [I.sub.22]/[I.sub.33] ratios of the FASF sample and representative pore shapes in areas 1~3: (a) micropore volume > [10.sup.-2] [mm.sup.3], (b) micropore volume [10.sup.-3]~[10.sup.-2] [mm.sup.3], (c) micropore volume [10.sup.- 4]~[10.sup.-3] [mm.sup.3], and (d) micropore volume < [10.sup.-4] [mm.sup.3].
Caption: Figure 9: Dimensionless parameters ([mathematical expression not reproducible]) of the elastic moduli predicted by the 4-factor PCC model: (a) four pore-volume ranges in the FASF sample, (b) four pore-volume ranges in the FA sample, and (c) three pore-volume ranges in the PC sample.