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This shows that the area increases as given by Eq. 44). 333. The magnitude of D for clouds has been found to be ca. 35. From this we may conclude that the same kind of physical forces govern cloud formation and ink flow. 19. Turbulent diffusion pattern (Richardson's power law with D = 4/3). Introduction to Fractals 39 the analysis of fractal geometry, as it shows how very different phenomena are interrelated. The fractals as described here in the case of clouds or smoke patterns are only short-lived.
The patterns produced by this computer simulation model are remarkably similar in appearance to real snowflakes observed in the microscope. As the structure grows, fluctuations of two general kinds appear. The first are radial extensions of the interface. These are rapidly destroyed as cluster mass accumulates on either side of the protrusion. The second type of fluctuations are depressions. Quadric Koch Island. 11A. Each step (E = 4) is one-fourth of the total length of the straight line. There are in all 8 (=N) steps.
Combining these relations gives the expression in Eq. 51). It is supposed that a gas consists of a large number of very small molecules, moving about in all directions. Taking air as an example, there are 6 x 1023 molecules in 28 grams of air. 001 gram per liter. In 1 liter of air we thus have 10-3 x 6 X 1023 /28 = 2 x 1019 molecules. In the case of an ideal gas, the kinetic theory postulates that the molecules are so small that their actual volume is negligible in comparison with the total volume of the gas, and that they exert no attraction upon each other.