TY - JOUR
AU - Assylbekuly, A.
AU - Abdibekova, A. U.
AU - Zhumagulov, T. ΠΆ.
PY - 2018/11/02
Y2 - 2024/10/13
TI - Mathematical modeling of oil spill migration on the surface of the Caspian Sea depending on weather conditions
JF - Journal of Mathematics, Mechanics and Computer Science
JA - JMMCS
VL - 92
IS - 4
SE - Applied Mathematics
DO -
UR - https://bm.kaznu.kz/index.php/kaznu/article/view/548
SP - 88-98
AB - <p>This paper considers the process of filling and migration of fossil fuels - oil - in the Caspian Sea,<br>depending on the weather conditions. As a rule, for environmentalists performing analysis of the<br>emergency, it is necessary to know in which direction will move the oil slick, formed because of<br>the spill, how to change the composition of the oil, how much oil will evaporate and a number<br>of other questions that can be answered using mathematical modeling. The theoretical basis of a<br>mathematical model for the process consists of the hydrodynamics equations of the sea, equations<br>of transfer and changes in the concentration of the oil component, as well as the continuity equation<br>is taken into account, expressing the an invariance of the total amount of mass of poured oil, which<br>have formed a film on the surface of the sea. As a result, the migration trajectory, the change in<br>concentration and temperature of the oil slick on the sea surface from a fixed source, depending<br>on weather conditions are defined. This model allows to calculate the area and determine the<br>migration trajectory of the oil slick on the Caspian sea depending on the weather conditions, and<br>carry out the numerical simulation of oil spills in the open sea at different initial masses of spilled<br>oil.</p>
ER -