Application of computer modelling for forecasting of contaminants distribution in soil

An outlook of various methods of computer modeling application for the analysis and forecasting of contaminants migration in the soil is being discussed. A new mathematical model of contaminants transport in near-surface soil layer under non-isothermal conditions is being proposed. The given model takes into account the soil moisture content change effecting the solute transport and sorption owing to evaporation processes and recondensation of water vapor. The article also covers the possibility of hybrid expert systems (HES) application for solving contaminants migration in the soil. Distinguish structure of HES that includes models hybridization is being proposed. On the basis of given methods and models a new software has been developed.

1. INTRODUCTION
2. MATHEMATICAL MODEL
2.1 Non-isothermal water transport
2.2 Solute transport in aeration zone
3. HYBRID EXPERT SYSTEM APPROACH
4. ECOVIEW SOFTWARE
5. CONCLUSIONS



Copyright: © Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Source: 2nd International Conference 2009 (Juni 2009)
Pages: 6
Price: € 5,00
Autor: S.P. Kundas
Vladimir I. Kovalenko
Igor A. Gishkeluk

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