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Here's my educated guess: The first step would be to model the sphere as some kind of filamentary or foamy network with ice filling the voids. In that case, ice would only sublimate from the outer surface, and gradually this frozen surface would shrink as more and more of the dried network would be exposed. Then there'd be three parts to the problem: ...


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Note that the sum of two phasors is another phasor: $Ae^{j(wt+\phi_1)} + Be^{j(wt+\phi_2)} = Ce^{j(wt+\phi_3)}$ Where A,B,C are real. The only way for the real part of the right side to be equal to zero at all times is if $C=0$. In which case the whole thing is $0$, both the real and complex parts are 0. So a sum of phasors (of the full sinusoidal form ...


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Estimation: I want the two densities of vater and vapour to become approximately equal. the density of water is nearly constant the vapour pressure (you can derive this from the above mentioned Clausius-Clapeiron-equation) is approximately exponential in $1/T$. This means, that if you increase pressure by a factor, the inverse of the evaporation ...



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