MODELING OF THE DISPERSIVE BEHAVIOR OF IMPACTING MATERIAL IN A LAKE BY DIFFUSION-ADVECTION EQUATION
Keywords:Diffusion-Advection. Finite Difference Method. Fluids. Contamination. Shallow waters. Discretization.
AbstractThe exponential and uncontrolled growth of the world population can affect the population’s quality of life and lead to various environment and health problems, such as deforestation to make way for new housing and an increase in the water supply demand and in the amount of pollutants released in the water bodies. Several mathematical models have been developed to try to understand and solve problems of dispersion of pollutants in aquatic environments. This article aims to study, analyze and model the dispersion behavior of contaminants and pollutants in a lake using the Diffusion-Advection differential equations model.
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