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However, the first term is a very strong function of temperature and is inversely proportional to pressure because the gas density is proportional to P/T?. Hence, Eq. 6) where f increases exponentially with Tp. , by increasing the altitude at which the engine is flying, the droplet temperature must adjust to satisfy this equality. Two regimes of interest can be defined. In the first, let the gas temperature be much greater than the particle temperature. Then a drop in P~ must be accompanied by a drop in T_.
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