diamètre aérodynamique
aerodynamische diameters
aerodynamic diameters
As particles are often non-spherical (for example, asbestos fibers), there are many definitions of particle size. The most widely used definition is the aerodynamic diameter. A particle with an aerodynamic diameter of 10 µm moves in a gas like a sphere of unit density (1 g/cm³) with a diameter of 10 µm.
absorption
active sedimentary basins
additive synthesis
aeolian
aerial photography
aerodynamic diameters
aerosol
Agenda21
algorithm

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