Experience in Modeling for Environmental Physics and Biogeochemistryby N. G. Botov,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: High Level Radioactive Waste Management 1993
Abstract: This report is a short review of the author's personal experience on phys.-math. and system-logical modeling of migration and transport processes (MTP) of radionuclides, trace-elements and other chemical elements in the environment, and also of thermo-mass-dynamical-exchange (TMDE) controlled processes in the industry. In our report we will present a few tables of formulas, links, theorems, methods and comparisons for the methodology and hierarchy of the model's configurations for describing, analyzing, structural parametrical identification (SPI) and for optimal control theory (OCT) of MT- and TMDE-processes. In particular, a new 'Multiplicative Rule', a new 'Enriched vector-criterion of adequacy' of models for SPI-problem' solving, a new approaches to bilinear type of modeling, and a new 'Macroscope OCT' Conception' are given in our work.
Subject Headings: Mathematical models | Chemical processes | Environmental issues | Transportation engineering | Industrial wastes | Radioactive materials | Trace elements
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