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A proof!

  1. Oct 27, 2009 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    The following equation is studied. This is the final equation i have come to after alot of assumptions and simplifactions in a bubblepoint calculation. It refers to the difference between the previous T and the new T. I dont know how to continue with this problem.

    deltaT=T-B / ( lnq + B / (C+T) ) -C

    q is smaller or equal to 1. When equal to 1 deltaT=0.

    Show that deltaT always is smaller for bigger constants B and C. Typically B is in the order of 10-100 times bigger than C.
     
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