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ANOMALOUS RADIONUCLIDE DIFFUSION IN HIGHLY HETEROGENEOUS GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS

Anomalous Radionuclide Diffusion in Highly Heterogeneous Geological  Formations

Language: русский
Publish year: 2010
Pages: 342

V. M. Goloviznin, P. S. Kondratenko, L. V. Matveev et al.

In the monograph some of the most perspective physical and mathematical models that were investigated at NSI RAS in the framework of new technique development for safety evaluation of radioactive waste disposal in geological formations are presented. In order to describe nonclassical anomalous radionuclide transport in highly eterogeneous porous media the models of fractional diffusion, stochastic advection, diffusion in percolation cluster, etc. are suggested. Computational methods and results of numerical calculations are given. In addition, a review of field and laboratory experiment results is presented.

The assumed target for specialists and students in the field of modelling of safety evaluation of radioactive waste.

Bibliographical reference 

Anomalous Radionuclide Diffusion in Highly Heterogeneous Geological Formations [in Russian] / V. M. Goloviznin, P. S. Kondratenko, L. V. Matveev et al. ; ed. by L. A. Bolshov ; Nuclear Safety Institute (IBRAE) RAS. — Moscow : Nauka, 2010. — 342 p. : ill. — ISBN 978-5-02-037607-6 (bound).



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