1 edition of Physical concept and mathematical formulation of basin modelling found in the catalog.
Physical concept and mathematical formulation of basin modelling
Annette Wilson Fugl
|Series||Riso-M ; vol. 2819|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Behind Every Good Model there is a Solution to Partial Differential Equations A Model is Verified when it Predicts Observed Features of L Cited by: An excellent source of reference on the current practice of physical modelling in geotechnics and environmental engineering. Volume One concentrates on physical modelling facilities and experimental techniques, soil characterisation, slopes, dams, liquefaction, ground improvement and reinforcement, offshore foundations and anchors, and pipelines. This is a book about the nature of mathematical modeling, and about the kinds of techniques that are useful for modeling. The text is in four sections. The first covers exact and approximate analytical techniques; the second, numerical methods; the third, model inference based on observations; and the last, the special role of time in modeling/5. Mathematical Modelling of Solids and Structures. Simon Cox and Tudur Davies are interested in modelling the structure and dynamics of foams and related materials, including rheology. They work with Edwin Flikkema on determining the geometric and topological structure of static foams. The research involves the solution of partial differential equations, numerical simulation of cellular.
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