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Processes in concrete during fire

Rozehnalová, Petra, Kučerová, Anna, Štěpánek, Petr

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Paper deals with hydro-thermal performance of concrete exposed to a fire. It is introduced mathematical model, numerical approach and some results provided by the model.

A Coherent Derivation of an Average Ion Model Including the Evolution of Correlations Between Different Shells

Daniel Bouche, Alain Decoster, Laurent Desvillettes, Valeria Ricci (2013)

MathematicS In Action

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We propose in this short note a method enabling to write in a systematic way a set of refined equations for average ion models in which correlations between populations are taken into account, starting from a microscopic model for the evolution of the electronic configuration probabilities. Numerical simulations illustrating the improvements with respect to standard average ion models are presented at the end of the paper.

Variational sensitivity analysis of parametric Markovian market models

Norbert Hilber, Christoph Schwab, Christoph Winter (2008)

Banach Center Publications

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Parameter sensitivities of prices for derivative contracts play an important role in model calibration as well as in quantification of model risk. In this paper a unified approach to the efficient numerical computation of all sensitivities for Markovian market models is presented. Variational approximations of the integro-differential equations corresponding to the infinitesimal generators of the market model differentiated with respect to the model parameters are employed. Superconvergent...

Involutive formulation and simulation for electroneutral microfluids

Bijan Mohammadi, Jukka Tuomela (2011)

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Modélisation Mathématique et Analyse Numérique

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We study a microfluidic flow model where the movement of several charged species is coupled with electric field and the motion of ambient fluid. The main numerical difficulty in this model is the net charge neutrality assumption which makes the system essentially overdetermined. Hence we propose to use the involutive and the associated augmented form of the system in numerical computations. Numerical experiments on electrophoresis and stacking show that the completed system significantly...

Involutive formulation and simulation for electroneutral microfluids

Bijan Mohammadi, Jukka Tuomela (2011)

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

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We study a microfluidic flow model where the movement of several charged species is coupled with electric field and the motion of ambient fluid. The main numerical difficulty in this model is the net charge neutrality assumption which makes the system essentially overdetermined. Hence we propose to use the involutive and the associated augmented form of the system in numerical computations. Numerical experiments on electrophoresis and stacking show that the completed system significantly...

Tumour angiogenesis model with variable vessels' effectiveness

Jan Poleszczuk, Iwona Skrzypczak (2011)

Applicationes Mathematicae

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We propose a model of vascular tumour growth, which generalises the well recognised model formulated by Hahnfeldt et al. in 1999. Our model is based on the same idea that the carrying capacity for any solid tumour depends on its vessel density but it also incorporates vasculature quality which may be lost during angiogenesis as recognised by Jain in 2005. In the model we assume that the loss of vessel quality affects the diffusion coefficient inside the tumour. We analyse basic mathematical...

A finite-volume scheme for a kidney nephron model

Aurélie Edwards, Nicolas Seguin, Magali Tournus (2012)

ESAIM: Proceedings

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We present a finite volume type scheme to solve a transport nephron model. The model consists in a system of transport equations with specific boundary conditions. The transport velocity is driven by another equation that can undergo sign changes during the transient regime. This is the main difficulty for the numerical resolution. The scheme we propose is based on an explicit resolution and is stable under a CFL condition which does not depend on the stiffness of source terms. ...