Mathematical bases of heat-transfer in groundwater

  • S. V. Zholudiev Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University,


Processes of transferring thermal energy are common in nature and include an entire complex of transferring heat in the environment, which is due to differences in temperature between separate elements of a system. They are connected with different physical phenomena which exist in geotechnical systems of any level and require accurate study.  The article is devoted for possibility possibilities of application of the known differential conformities to law are examined for the decision of practical and theoretical questions of hydrogeology of the urbanized territories. Methodology of estimation of thermal influence is brought around to an underground hydrosphere with an aim possibility of application of certain methodologies of mathematical design for an analysis and prognosis of processes of geohydrology of territories with considerable thermal contamination.Key words: thermal energy, geotechnical system, heat transfer, convection. 

Author Biography

S. V. Zholudiev, Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University,
Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University, assistant professor (docent) Department of geology and hydrogeology


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How to Cite
Zholudiev, S. (2016). Mathematical bases of heat-transfer in groundwater. Journal of Geology, Geography and Geoecology, 24(1), 37-42.