Estimation of the region of influence of crude-oil contamination in a water-bearing horizon
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Solution of the plane problem of the scattering of a passive impurity discharged by a source, which is located in a water-bearing horizon and which is circumvented by a seepage flow, is examined.
The results obtained make it possible to estimate the degree of contamination and the configuration of the region contaminated.
KeywordsFlare Plane Problem Impurity Concentration Granular Layer Glass Sphere
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