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Solute dispersion by 1D stepped velocity fluctuations
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group., 200308)
The effect of fluctuations in the drift velocity on dispersion by a porous medium is investigated.
An analytical model is developed which represents the effect of a single discrete step in the velocity of a 1 dimensional ...
Dynamic modelling of pest control using a pesticide
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group., 200308)
A general differential equation model of the temporal evolution of a pest population density when subjected
to control measures using a pesticide, is investigated. The model is based on logistic growth combined with
population ...
Nonlinear optical constants from molecular hyperpolarisabilities: 1. Iterative solution of quadractic tensor equations for mutual polarisation
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group., 200006)
Theory of diffusions applied to stochastic flow in porous media
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group, 199905)

Solving the Eigenvalue problem for a covariance kernal with variable correlation length
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group, 199907)
A stochastic model for solute transport in porous media: mathematical basis and computational solution
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group., 199908)
Scaledependent dispersivity: a velocity fluctuation model
(Applied Management and Computing Division, 200308)
In the previous paper, (03/2001) it was shown that the cumulative effect of multiple onedimensional velocity fluctuations can explain qualitative features of the observed scale dependent dispersivity in natural aquifers, ...
The effects of variable flow velocity on contaminant dispersion in porous flow
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group, 200107)
Solute dispersion in porous flow with a constant velocity gradient
(Lincoln University. Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group, 200204)