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.

Therefore, when inter-gas collisions dominate over gas-wall collisions, then kinetic theory, the

ideal gas law, Avogadro's hypothesis, Maxwell's velocities etc.

Assuming that there is no heat exchange between the air spring with the additional chamber and the outside air, the inner wall of the air spring system is adiabatic; assuming that the air in the air spring is the

ideal gas.

Density is simply the mass of the gas molecules of the

ideal gas in a given volume of air.

According to the

ideal gas law, the initial state of the bubble is:

Combining this with equation (1), the

ideal gas law, and noticing that pressure and liquid temperature are nearly constant in our experiment, having a maximum change of 0.

With the assumptions of constant pressure ,constant temperature and

ideal gas working fluid the following equations can be obtained by

ideal gas equations

The F&E approach is based on physical laws in terms of mass and energy conservation as well as the

ideal gas law in differential form, which result in ordinary differential equations (ODEs) [9, 11, 18].

Absorption intensities of

ideal gas typically vary linearly with the numerical gas density, but may be as density squared, cubed etc.

The only formula shown explicitly in this article indicates the polytropic efficiency calculated for an

ideal gas.

Wandering through the rows of students seated on laboratory stools, I expounded the virtues of the

Ideal Gas Law and how it expressed the relationship between pressure, volume and temperature in the reality of our everyday atmospheric conditions.

First, it specifies the range of pressures that the

Ideal Gas Law suggests the balls could have read given the temperature change from indoors to outdoors.

Buoyancy was modeled using the incompressible

ideal gas method, which treats the air density as a function of the local temperature and the operating pressure field (not on the local relative pressure) using the

ideal gas law for an incompressible flow.

The density of the core gas simultaneously satisfies the mass transport equation and follows the

ideal gas assumption.