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The introduction of ideal gas law into term 1 will yield a dimensional homogeneous equation for gas permeability.
After each integration step, the cylinder gas temperature is deduced from the ideal gas law.
The flow along the streamline that runs from the pressure source to the center of the air capacitor (streamline 1 in Figure 3) was calculated using conservation of mass, the ideal gas law, and the Bernoulli equation [15].
The ideal gas law is usually expressed as PV = nRT, where P, V, n, R and T correspond to the pressure, the volume, the number of moles, the universal gas constant, and the absolute temperature, respectively.
At small concentration of TI-bipolarons their Coulomb interaction will be greatly screened which justifies the use of the model of an ideal gas.
The reconstruction precision (e = 2.78 x [10.sup.-3]%~6.39%) is as high as that of ideal gas (Figure 3).
Taking into account the assumed assumptions and the equation of state of an ideal gas corresponding to the Clapeyron-Mendeleyev equation [10], for one mole of the air medium surrounding the metal conductor under investigation before the HPC is exposed to it and one mole of the <<metallic plasma>> in the air after the air EE of the conductor under consideration, write the following gas equation:
Alternative approaches to the sizing formulas were attempted by the authors of this paper, but all efforts yielded that the ideal gas law used by Lockhart and Carlson was the most appropriate.
On T-[r.sub.+] plot of Figure 2, just as the case of [beta] [right arrow] [infinity], P > [P.sub.c] isobar describes the "ideal gas" phase.
In addition, the transitional viscous model used was the Transition SST (Fluent Code) with ideal gas that according to a previous analysis is the most suitable option for this case considering the results obtained and computational power available [18].
In addition, the ideal gas separation factor or the [O.sub.2]/[N.sub.2] selectivity was estimated by (2) [3,10,14].