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By William C. Hinds

Re-creation of the textual content introducing the fundamentals of the sphere, together with smooth concept and functions. Chapters conceal such subject matters as homes of gases, bioaerosols, uniform particle movement, Brownian movement and diffusion, breathing deposition versions, and sampling and dimension of focus. acceptable for pros, graduate scholars, and complex undergraduates. makes use of twin devices, with SI devices basic and cgs devices secondary.

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AI~}~Idwo:) ~q} U! q} U! d Jo J~qwnu 1! g S! J~A1! 10} ~q} S! U! uno:) ~q! P J~qwnu ~q! A~Jd ~q! U! P ~q! P UU~W ssuw ~q! P ~q! p ssuw ~q! P UU~W ssuw ~q! '~nluA UU~W ~q! S! l! uno:) Aq s~duJg %06 S! UO:) I/i\oq V :SWJ~! ~Vd 98 87 MOMENT DISTRIBUTIONS The numeratorand denominatorof the rightmost side of Eq. From Eq. df = N (d- )2 - - I I S Substituting into Eq. 31) Thus, eachweightedmeandiametercan be written as the ratio of two momentaverages. Weighted mean diameterscan also be expressedin terms of aggregatequantities.

V "ba O~U! U[ "l ! v) 8DzUI Z' Z[(8DzuI d + ow:) uf) - p uIJ01 jBnb;} s! ~U;)UOdX;) ;)q~ U! 74) and dp, the diameterof averagedP, is which is identical to Eq. 52. To obtain the conversion equation for the median (qMD) of the qth moment distribution, we start with the distribution function, Eq. 35. SubstitutingEq. 71, with p replacedby q, for the numeratorand usingthe procedurejust outlined in Eqs. 72to evaluatethe integral of Eq. 71 for the denominator,we get = df. 76) This equation has the form of a lognormal distribution, Eq.

1mgives an areaequal to the numberof particles in the interval. The total area of all the rectanglesis the total number of particles in the sampleN. 0. This changeallows direct comparisonof histogramsobtained from samplesof different size. Ii = ~n = (hiMi) N As shown in Fig. 3, the shapeof the distribution is the sameas that shown in Fig. 2, but the ordinateis now the fraction of the total numberof particlesper unit of size interval. :I:)lW:):lU! q :I! d :):l1Un:):)t! Ut! S! u:)wt! d st! q:) :)q:l gUOWt!

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