MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF RANDOM CONCENTRATION FIELD AND ITS SECOND MOMENTS IN SEMISPACE WITH ERLANGIAN DISTRIBUTIONS OF LAYERED INCLUSIONS
The processes of admixture diffusion in a two-phase stratified semispace with random disposition of syblayers are studied by the approach where internal random nonhomogeneities are considered as inner sources and the solution is found in the form of a Neumann series. The diffusion equations are formulated for one-connected regions of each phase and non-ideal contact conditions for the concentration on interphases are imposed. By the theory of generalized functions the contact problem is reduced to the equation of mass transfer in the whole body, which operator includes explicitly jump discontinuities of the concentration function and its derivatives. The obtained initial-boundary value problem of mass transfer is reduced to the equivalent integro-differentual equation. The solution is constructed in the form of a Neumann series and averaged over the ensemble of phase configurations with Erlangian and exponential distributions of inclusions. Dispersion and the two-point correlation function of the concentration field for diffusion are determined taking into account the probable distribution of inclusions, pair interaction of sublayers and the function of phase correlation. The dependence of the behavior of the averaged admixture concentration, field dispersion and the correlation function in the semispace with Erlangian and exponential distributions of inclusions on different medium characteristics is investigated and established.
Keywords:diffusion process, randomly inhomogeneous stratified structure, Erlangian distribution, field dispersion, correlation function, Neumann series, averaging over the ensemble of phase configurations
- Vol. 20 No. 3 (2016)
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