Моделирование одномерных течений мелкой воды на основе регуляризованных уравнений
A new mathematical model of heat transfer in silicon field emission pointed cathode of small dimensions is constructed which permits taking its partial melting into account. This mathematical model is based on the phase field system, i.e., on a contemporary generalization of Stefan-type problems. The approach used by the authors is not purely mathematical but is based on the understanding of the solution structure (construction and study of asymptotic solutions) and computer calculations. The book presents an algorithm for numerical solution of the equations of the obtained mathematical model including its parallel implementation. The results of numerical simulation conclude the book.
The book is intended for specialists in the field of heat transfer and field emission processes and can be useful for senior students and postgraduates.
The physical-mathematical model of the sensors block of space radiation fluxes parameters monitoring module has been developed. The simulation of the sensors block output has been carried out using the series of the spectra representing space radiation spectra at different spaceship orbits in different phases of the solar activity cycle. The optimisation of the sensors block of space radiation fluxes parameters monitoring module has been carried out based on the simulation results.
In the present work the results of different scenario of the cliff of Cape Canaille hypothetic collapse (South of France) are presented. Three scenarios were considered: falling of one block, falling of several blocks in one time and debris flow avalanche. The analysis of the entire scenario was done.
We study the effect of non-standard neutrino interactions (NSIs) on the growth of instabilities in neutrino energy spectra of a core-collapse supernova for different neutrino intensities and/or types of NSIs, notably including the exotic neutrino magnetic moment. Although it is usually attested that instabilities virtually smear out all potentially observable signatures, we show that, instead, there are regimes in which they act as a magnifying glass, bringing tiny effects to the eye of the observer.