Mathematical modeling in the geoinformation problem of the dynamics of geomigration under space-time nonlocality

Bulavatsky, V.; Krivonos, Yu.
July 2012
Cybernetics & Systems Analysis;Jul2012, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p539
Academic Journal
A mathematical model is set up to analyze the dynamics of locally time- and space-nonequilibrium migration-consolidation processes in a porous earth saturated with salt solutions under mass transfer. The corresponding nonlinear boundary-value problem is stated, an algorithm of its approximate solution is presented, and the results of the numerical implementation of the algorithm are given.


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