Drop-size distribution | Article about drop-size distribution by The Free Dictionary
drop-size distribution[′dräp ‚sīz ‚dis·trə′byü·shən]
The frequency distribution of drop sizes (diameters, volumes) that is characteristic of a given cloud or rainfall.
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This is not to say that the drop-size distribution of rain drops falling at La Cuenca equals that of Washington, D.
Drop-size distributions from different types of rain.
Using a drop-size distribution
commonly used in radar measurements, they calculate that 5-mm raindrops are destroyed once every 42 seconds.