Mathematical description of the process of filtrational flushing of sediments in a regime close to ideal mixing
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An asymptotic analysis of the solution of the equations of filtrational flushing of sediments for low values of the Peclet number is performed.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Flushing Asymptotic Analysis Mathematical Description Peclet Number
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