Fronts in Random Burgers Equations
In groundwater and contaminant transport problems arising from environmental sciences, fronts typically travel in a spatially inhomogeneous environment because of the natural formation of porous structures. Due to lack of field data, the spatially inhomogeneous environment is often modeled as a random process. Conservation of mass then leads to a nonlinear scalar conservation law with a random flux
KeywordsCentral Limit Theorem Wiener Process Burger Equation Invariance Principle Front Speed
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