Vol 27, No 3 (2019)

Mathematical Modeling
Simulation of a gas-condensate mixture passing through a porous medium in depletion mode
Volokhova A.V., Zemlyanaya E.V., Kachalov V.V., Rikhvitsky V.S., Sokotushchenko V.N.
Abstract

One of important tasks in a development of gas-condensate fields is to minimize hydrocarbons loss arising from the gas condensation in pores of the gas-bearing layer. The search for the optimal gas production regime is carried out both on the basis of laboratory experiments and on the base of computer simulation. In this regard, the relevant is the verification of the constructed mathematical models by means of comparison of numerical results with experimental data obtained on the laboratory models of a hydrocarbon reservoirs. Within the classical approach on the basis of the Darcy law and the law continuity for flows, the model is formulated that describes the passing a multicomponent gas-condensate mixture through a porous medium in the depletion mode. The numerical solution of the corresponding system of nonlinear partial differential equations is implemented on the basis of the combined use of the C++ programming language and the Maple software. Shown that the approach used provides an agreement of results of numerical simulations with experimental data on the dynamics of hydrocarbon recoverability depending on the pressure obtained at VNIIGAZ, Ukhta.

Discrete and Continuous Models and Applied Computational Science. 2019;27(3):205-216
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Charge diffusion in homogeneous molecular chains based on the analysis of generalized frequency spectra in the framework of the Holstein model
Tikhonov D.A., Sobolev E.V., Lakhno V.D.
Abstract
We analyzed numerically computed velocity autocorrelation functions and generalized frequency spectra of charge distribution in homogeneous DNA sequences at finite temperature. The autocorrelation function and generalized frequency spectrum (frequency-dependent diffusion coefficient) are phenomenologically introduced based on the functional of mean-square displacement of the charge in DNA. The charge transfer in DNA was modeled in the framework of the semi-classical Holstein model. In this model, DNA is represented by a chain of oscillators placed into thermostat at a given temperature that is provided by the additional Langevin term. Correspondence to the real DNA is provided by choice of the force parameters, which are calculated with quantum-chemical methods. We computed the diffusion coefficient for all homogenous DNA chains with respect to the temperature and found a special scaling of independent variables that the temperature dependence of the diffusion coefficient for different homogenous DNA is almost similar. Our calculations suggest that for all the sequences, only one parameter of the system is mainly responsible for the charge kinetics. The character of individual motions contributing to the charge mobility and temperature-dependent regimes of charge distribution is determined.
Discrete and Continuous Models and Applied Computational Science. 2019;27(3):217-230
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Geodesic motion near self-gravitating scalar field configurations
Potashov I.M., Tchemarina J.V., Tsirulev A.N.
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We study the geodesics motion of neutral test particles in the static spherically symmetric spacetimes of black holes and naked singularities supported by a selfgravitating real scalar field. The scalar field is supposed to model dark matter surrounding some strongly gravitating object such as the centre of our Galaxy. The behaviour of timelike and null geodesics very close to the centre of such a configuration crucially depends on the type of spacetime. It turns out that a scalar field black hole, analogously to a Schwarzschild black hole, has the innermost stable circular orbit and the (unstable) photon sphere, but their radii are always less than the corresponding ones for the Schwarzschild black hole of the same mass; moreover, these radii can be arbitrarily small. In contrast, a scalar field naked singularity has neither the innermost stable circular orbit nor the photon sphere. Instead, such a configuration has a spherical shell of test particles surrounding its origin and remaining in quasistatic equilibrium all the time. We also show that the characteristic properties of null geodesics near the centres of a scalar field naked singularity and a scalar field black hole of the same mass are qualitatively different.

Discrete and Continuous Models and Applied Computational Science. 2019;27(3):231-241
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Computational modeling and simulation
On the properties of numerical solutions of dynamical systems obtained using the midpoint method
Gerdt V.P., Malykh M.D., Sevastianov L.A., Ying Y.
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The article considers the midpoint scheme as a finite-difference scheme for a dynamical system of the form ̇ = (). This scheme is remarkable because according to Cooper’s theorem, it preserves all quadratic integrals of motion, moreover, it is the simplest scheme among symplectic Runge-Kutta schemes possessing this property. The properties of approximate solutions were studied in the framework of numerical experiments with linear and nonlinear oscillators, as well as with a system of several coupled oscillators. It is shown that in addition to the conservation of all integrals of motion, approximate solutions inherit the periodicity of motion. At the same time, attention is paid to the discussion of introducing the concept of periodicity of an approximate solution found by the difference scheme. In the case of a nonlinear oscillator, each step requires solving a system of nonlinear algebraic equations. The issues of organizing computations using such schemes are discussed. Comparison with other schemes, including those symmetric with respect to permutation of and .̂

Discrete and Continuous Models and Applied Computational Science. 2019;27(3):242-262
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Computational experiment in era of HPC
Ayriyan A.S.
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In this note we discuss the impact of development of architecture and technology of parallel computing on the typical life-cycle of the computational experiment. In particular, it is argued that development and installation of high-performance computing systems is indeed important itself regardless of specific scientific tasks, since the presence of cutting-age HPC systems within an academic infrastructure gives wide possibilities and stimulates new researches.

Discrete and Continuous Models and Applied Computational Science. 2019;27(3):263-267
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