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A Front Tracking Method for the Solution of a free boundary value problem of a moving fluid underground

Abdelwahab Kharab


The numerical solution of a free boundary value problem of the motion of a compressible fluid in an underground pipe is investigated. The numerical approach is based on a front tracking method of the free boundary. An algorithm is described and numerical results are given.


Front Tracking, numerical, porous, free boundary

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