Comparison of the performance of the artificial boundaries P3 and P4 Stacey depending on interval

Zlatev, Zoran and Gicev, Vlado and Kokalanov, Vasko and Suteva, Gabriela (2013) Comparison of the performance of the artificial boundaries P3 and P4 Stacey depending on interval. XVIII Naucno – strucni skup informacione tehnologije (IT 2013) .

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Abstract

This paper presents an research of the performance of the artificial boundaries P3 and P4 of Stacey depending on the interval of the heigh of the computational grid. The interval between mesh points is changed constantly and the tables are presented below. Introduction, structure, results, conclusion and references of the paper are shown below. Analytical methods allow us to model a lot of processes in the exploring of the earth and to enjoy in a significant success in studies about permanent deformations as also for propagating of waves for a long time. In reality geological mediums are discontinuous of a large scale rang, combined from discrete particles, consider both microscopic and macroscopic parts. Development of numerical schemes provide us to study wave propagations through complex media. These methods have proven as valuable as a way for implementing of real data covered with seismic explorations with synthetic data from numerical models. They also have allow access to the processes like scattering of seismic waves as they pass through the crust. Of course there are other methods as finite difference method, boundary method of elements, discrete particle scheme who are not based on the wave equation, but to the physics of the wave propagation that shows on the atom scale. These days numerical seismology can provide us computer simulations of seismic wave propagation [4], that represent invaluable tool for understanding of the wave phenomena, their generating and their consequences.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Engineering and Technology > Civil engineering
Engineering and Technology > Other engineering and technologies
Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science
Depositing User: Vasko Kokalanov
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2013 11:56
Last Modified: 03 Mar 2017 08:49
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/7031

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