Fig. 16


Cumulative fraction of particles (that eventually become JFCs) as a function of the probability P(0) to escape all collisions. The different line styles refer to different exponents for the differential size distribution q, as labeled on the plot. The three curves on the right correspond to the scaling; the three curves on the left correspond to Qreshape (with different strength values 10 Pa, 100 Pa and 1 kPa from left to right). For q = −3.0 and q = −3.5, the probability to miss all reshaping collisions is P(0) ≪ 10-4 and the corresponding curves are not displayed here.

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