I have been searching to try to estimate the air density of the atmosphere on Mars during a dust storm.
I am trying to use this dynamic pressure equation to calculate the pressure on a theoretical structure during a dust storm on Mars.
I know the atmospheric pressure on Mars is very small, something like $600 $ $Pa$, and the atmospheric density is small too, around $ 0.020$ $ kg/m^3$. Sustained wind speeds can be high, around $60$ $mph$.
My question is, how can I factor the increased density due to suspended dust into this equation?