Mathematical Investigation for Groundwater Pollution
In this study we give a mathematical formulation of the phenomenon of groundwater pollution, wich is due to a non—Darcy flow in an unsaturated zone and in the presence of solute transport and of heat transfer. The obtainde model is a system of coupled partial nonlinear equations of evolution type. The principal aim of this investigation is to treat theoretically the system obtained (existance and unicity of solution), within an appropriate functional framework. Thus we give the necessary mathematical conditions to be verified by the system’s data.
KeywordsPorous Medium Solute Transport Unsaturated Zone Groundwater Pollution Mathematical Investigation
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