The condenser numerical aperture is the calculation that is applied to the size of the hole in the condenser. If you want a condenser that has very small holes then you must use a larger value for the Condensor Numerical Aperture. This is important because a smaller numerical aperture means that the heat will be more evenly dispersed within the condenser.
The value that is set for the Condensor Numerical Aperture is quite easy to calculate as well. Just multiply the volume of the hole in the condenser by the diameter of the hole. This will give you the Condensor Numerical Aperture. If you want a condenser that has smaller holes then you can also reduce the numerical aperture value. You will want to use a value less than one hundred and if you need a condenser that has very large holes then you will want to use a value that is more than one hundred.
As you can see the Condensor Numerical Aperture is easy to calculate. It is not the same as the Condenser Adhesive Thickness, which has to do with the adhesive strength of the material used to make the condenser. This measurement will have to do with the adhesion of the condenser material to the walls of the ducting duct. You will also have to consider the thickness of the film on the inside of the condenser. The film thickness will help determine the Condensor Numerical Aperture. The film thickness can be calculated from the thickness of the material used to make the condenser.