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7 was the minimum charge needed for induced charge effects to become nonnegligible), a 3 ~tm diameter particle requires a number density >1016 particles m -3 for space charge to 43 3. _ - 9 9 1 micron (gravity) (D ~ 100 E 10 e- I 04 + W i' , 1 gll ~ 03 + W ! i i- .... ~ ........ I . . . . I ........ I w l I |,vl, I 00 + W + 111 + W + 111 + ILl Number density (particles m -3) Fig. tm). 4 m s -n was used in Eq. 11 l). become nonnegligible compared to gravity, while for a 1 ~tm diameter particle this number density is 1014 particles m -3.
This leads to the conclusion that ions dissolved in water can reduce the water vapor concentration at an air-water interface. 7) where A/tlpure H,O is the energy needed to move a water molecule out of pure water into the vapor above the interface, and 6It is the extra energy associated with the interaction _ 50 The Mechanics of Inhaled Pharmaceutical Aerosols of the water molecule and the dissolved ions. From Eq. 8) But the first half of the right-hand side of Eq. 9) where S < 1 and is determined experimentally.
6 Similarity of particle motion" the concept of aerodynamic diameter Because the respiratory tract is a difficult geometry to perform measurements in, we often wish to instead perform experiments or numerical simulations in casts or replicas of certain parts of the lung. To make these simulations or experiments easier, we may want to look at scaling the geometry to a different size, or perhaps using larger particles to make their measurement easier, or even using water instead of air as the fluid that flows through our experiment (it is sometimes easier to perform flow visualization in water than in air).
Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers by Tuncer Cebeci; et al