IDENTIFICATION OF THE FLOW COEFFICIENT IN A TRUNCATED MODEL OF FLUID FILTRATION IN FRACTURED-POROUS MEDIA

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IDENTIFICATION OF THE FLOW COEFFICIENT IN A TRUNCATED MODEL OF FLUID FILTRATION IN FRACTURED-POROUS MEDIA

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Erkin Kholiyarov, Ilkhom Shadmanov, Sherzod Sherpulatov

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In this work, the inverse problem of determining the flow coefficient in the "truncated model" of homogeneous fluid filtration in fractured-porous media is posed and numerically solved. The second-order identification method was used to solve the problem. It has been established that the flow coefficient at various zero approximations with unperturbed initial data is restored quite well at a small number of iterations.

Keywords

filtration
identification method
inverse problem
fracture
porous block
solution stability.

Authors

Erkin Kholiyarov, Ilkhom Shadmanov, Sherzod Sherpulatov

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