5 edition of **Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface and Resistivity Well-Logging (Pitman Research Notes in Mathematics Series)** found in the catalog.

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Published
**March 25, 1998**
by Chapman & Hall/CRC
.

Written in English

- Complex analysis,
- Differential Equations,
- Mathematics for scientists & engineers,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Mathematics,
- Petroleum Drilling,
- Technology & Industrial Arts,
- Technology,
- Petroleum,
- Mining,
- Applied,
- Mathematics / Differential Equations,
- Boundary Value Problems,
- Oil well logging

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 224 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7880100M |

ISBN 10 | 0582276322 |

ISBN 10 | 9780582276321 |

Book & Journal; Author; Content; Search. Books and Journals. Books. Journals. Advanced Search. Boundary value problems with equivalued surface and resistivity well-logging. Tatsien Li [et al.] Longman Pitman research notes in mathematics series Spontaneous potential well-logging is an important technique in petroleum exploitation. To make the corresponding log interpretation chart, it is supposed that the geometrical structure of the formation, the resistivity in each subdomain, and the spontaneous potential difference on each interface are all known; then in the direct problem, the spontaneous potential u = u(r, z) satisfies an.

This paper deals with the limit behaviour of solutions to certain kinds of boundary value problems with equivalued surface on a domain with thin layer. Some applications are given in resistivity well-logging, etc. Sign up - Try 2 Weeks Free Sign up - Try 2 Weeks Free. The purpose of the four contributions in this book is to present some recent and active lines of research in evolution equations posed in large or unbounded domains. One of the most prominent features of these systems is the propagation of various types of patterns in the form of waves, such as travelling and standing waves and pulses and fronts.

book /7/5 page Index absolute temperature, 70 adiabatic exponent, 76, admissible boundary condition, 27 Alfvén characteristic speed, Alfvén theorem, Ampère theorem, 9 Ampère–Biot–Savart law, 8 anisotropic tensor, Beltrami equations, bound charge, 41 boundary value problem with equivalued surface, 53 Cartesian. (1) Based on a series of physical and mechanical models and especially on the resistivity well-logging in petroleum exploitation, Professor Li has described a new type of boundary value problem, namely, the boundary value problem with equivalued surface, and established an integrated theory.

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Book Description This first part of this book deals with the boundary value problem with equivalued surfaces, while the second part is concerned with the mathematical model and method, including the numerical method, of the resistivity well-logging for the three-lateral well-logging.

Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface and Resistivity Well-Logging (Pitman Research Notes in Mathematics Series ) (Chapman & Hall/CRC Research Notes in Mathematics Series) [Tatsien Li, Songmu Zheng, Yong-Si Tan, Weixi Shen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This first part of this book deals with the boundary value problem with equivalued Author: Songmu Zheng. This first part of this book deals with the boundary value problem with equivalued surfaces, while the second part is concerned with the mathematical model and method, including the numerical method, of the resistivity well-logging for the three-lateral well-logging.

Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface and Resistivity Well-Logging, Pitman Res. Notes Math. Ser.,Longman, Harlow () Google Scholar. Ta-tsien LiA class of non-local boundary value problems for partial differential equations and its Author: Feng-Quan Li.

In many practical applications, especially in resistivity well-logging in petroleum exploita- tion, boundary value problems with equivalued surface are formulated (cf. [1–4,13]). Motivated by the study of resistivity well-logging in petroleum exploitation, the boundary value problem with equivalued surface, a new kind of boundary value problem for partial diﬀerential equations was proposed in ’s.

It is a kind of. In order to apply the method to boundary-value problems with non homogeneous Neumann conditions on the boundaries of the holes, the properties of the boundary unfolding operator are also.

Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume ) Abstract An inverse problem for an elliptic equation with nonlocal boundary condition related to the resistivity identification in well logs is discussed, and some results of boundary homogenization of this problem are obtained, which extend the ones.

As usual, this problem can be reduced to a partially null controllability problem for a cascade system of two parabolic equations with equivalued surface boundary conditions. Compared the problems with usual boundary conditions, in the present case we need to derive a new global Carleman estimate, for which, in particular one needs to construct.

Li, S. Zheng, Y. Tan, and W. Shen, Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface and Resistivity Well-Logging, vol. of Pitman Research Notes in Mathematics Series, Longman, Harlow, View at: Zentralblatt MATH | MathSciNet. Nonlinear elliptic boundary value problem with equivalued surface in a domain with thin layer Article (PDF Available) in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Applications NoDEA 17(6) Lianyou Sun, Limit behaviour for a class of equivalued surface boundary value problems and their applications to electric well-logging, Appl.

Math. Chinese Univ. Ser. A 2 () – (in Chinese). [7] Fengquan Li, Limit behaviour of solutions to a class of boundary value problems with equivalued surface for elliptic equations, Asymptot.

Abstract: In this paper, motivated by many important applications, especially by resistivity well-logging in petroleum exploitation, we present and discuss the theory for a class of non-local boundary value problems for partial differential equivalued surface boundary value problem or the total flux boundary value problem.

52 Li Ta-tsien. A collection of the papers given at the First European Conference on Elliptic and Parabolic Problems, held in Pont-a-Mousson, June, The subjects addressed include calculus of variations, free boundary problems, homogenization, modelling and numerical analysis.

Some applications are given in resistivity well‐logging, etc. Keywords: Limit behaviour, boundary value problem with equivalued surface, boundary value problem with equivalued interface, resistivity well‐logging.

Citation: Asymptotic Analysis, vol. 21, no. 1, pp.Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface and Resistivity Well-Logging(1st Edition) por Tatsien Li, Songmu Zheng, Weixi Shen, Yong-Si Tan, Etc Li Ta-Tsien, Ta-Chien Li, Daqian Li Paperback, Páginas, Publicado por Longman ISBNISBN: Comandă orice carte din seria Pitman Research Notes in Mathematics Series, cu livrare rapidă prin curier oriunde în România.

Ambalare de cadou gratuită. Explanation. Boundary value problems are similar to initial value problems.A boundary value problem has conditions specified at the extremes ("boundaries") of the independent variable in the equation whereas an initial value problem has all of the conditions specified at the same value of the independent variable (and that value is at the lower boundary of the domain, thus the term "initial.

Natural Science, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 47 - 57, Chinese. 8 F. Li, “Existence and uniqueness of bounded weak solution for non-linear parabolic boundary value problem with equivalued surface, ” Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, vol. 27, no. 10, pp. -9 R. DiPerna and P.-L.

Lions, “ On the. Li Tatsien, Zheng Songmu, Tan Yongji, Shen Weixi, Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface and Resistivity Well-Logging, Pitman Research Notes in Mathematics SeriesLongman, Li Ta-tsien, Qin Tie-hu, Physics and Partial Diﬀerential Equations, Volume 2 (in Chinese), Higher Education Press, Beijing, ; Second Edition.

Inverse Problems and Related Topics compiles papers authored by some of the top researchers in Korea and Japan. It presents a number of original and useful results and offers a unique opportunity to explore the current trends of research in inverse problems in these countries.Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface and Resistivity Well-Logging (Pitman Research Notes in Mathematics Series ) (Chapman & Hall/CRC Research Notes in Mathematics Series) by Tatsien Li,Songmu Zheng,Yong-Si Tan,Weixi Shen.[4] Li Tatsien, Zheng Songmu, Tan Yongji and Shen Weixi: Boundary value problems with equi-valued surface and resistivity well-logging.

Longman, [5] D. Cioranescu, A. Damlamian and G. Griso, The periodic unfolding method in homogenization, SIAM J. of Math. Anal., 40 (),