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A thin-walled cylindrical pressure vessel has mean wall thickness of $t$ and nominal radius of $r$. The Poisson's ratio of the wall material is $1/3$. When it was subjected to some internal pressure, its nominal perimeter in the cylindrical portion increased by $0.1\%$ and the corresponding wall thickness became $\bar{t}$. The corresponding change in the wall thickness of the cylindrical portion, i.e. $100\times \left ( \bar{t} - t \right )/t$, is _______________ $\%$ (round off to $3$ decimal places).

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