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Advection Dispersion Equation and BMO Space

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In this paper, we provide a new way of characterizing the upper and lower bound for the concentration and the gradient of concentration in advection dispersion equation under the condition that source term, concentration and stirring term belong to BMO space.

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Zhang, K. , Wang, T. and Feng, X. (2013) Advection Dispersion Equation and BMO Space. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 1, 121-127. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2013.15018.


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