That's what I was thinking. It's not like a carburetor atomizing the fuel in an open plenum manifold where multiple cylinders can draw the fine mist. Using your numbers it would mean the intake is closed 61% of the time but we are still spraying fuel into the port at the same rate as when the valve is open. I don't see how much of that would be atomized. Makes me think it doesn't matter that much but with the boost in the manifold, when the intake opens, it would be like opening a freshly shook up can of soda. That would break up the puddle some.