Comparison of the particle size distributions simulated by the sectional model (FS1000), the log-normal distribution model (LN), and the combined power law and log-normal distribution model (PL+LN)

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Comparison of the particle size distributions simulated by the sectional model (FS1000), the log-normal distribution model (LN), and the combined power law and log-normal distribution model (PL+LN)
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2016
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The particle size distributions are more accurately produced by the moment-based combined power law and log-normal distribution model (PL+LN) than by the model using the log-normal distribution (LN) only, in the theoretical test simulations representing simultaneous new particle formation and growth processes occurring in the atmosphere. The distributions produced by the highly accurate fixed-sectional model (FS1000) are considered the reference distributions.
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