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Diffusion and transport of saltwater in coastal aquifers

Title
Diffusion and transport of saltwater in coastal aquifers
Funding
ARC | Linkage Projects
Contract (GA) number
LP0348653
Start Date
2003/01/01
End Date
2006/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP0348653

 

  • A Numerical Solution Using an Adaptively Preconditioned Lanczos Method for a Class of Linear Systems Related with the Fractional Poisson Equation

    M. Ilić; I. W. Turner; V. Anh (2008)
    Projects: ARC | Diffusion and transport of saltwater in coastal aquifers (LP0348653)
    This study considers the solution of a class of linear systems related with the fractional Poisson equation (FPE) (−∇2)α/2φ=g(x,y) with nonhomogeneous boundary conditions on a bounded domain. A numerical approximation to FPE is derived using a matrix representation of the Laplacian to generate a linear system of equations with its matrix A raised to the fractional power α/2. The solution of the linear system then requires the action of the matrix function f...
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