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Within the framework of continuum mechanics, the full description of joint motion of elastic bodies and compressible viscous fluids with taking into account thermal effects is given by the system consisting of the mass, momentum, and energy balance equations, the first and the second laws of thermodynamics, and an additional set of thermomechanical state(More)
A linear system of differential equations describing a joint motion of elastic porous body and fluid occupying porous space is considered. Although the problem is linear, it is very hard to tackle due to the fact that its main differential equations involve non-smooth oscillatory coefficients, both big and small, under the differentiation operators. The(More)
A linear system of differential equations describing a joint motion of thermoelastic porous body and incompressible thermofluid occupying porous space is considered. Although the problem is linear, it is very hard to tackle due to the fact that its main differential equations involve non-smooth oscillatory coefficients, both big and small, under the(More)
Double porosity models for the liquid filtration in a naturally fractured reservoir is derived from the homogenization theory. The governing equations on the microscopic level consist of the stationary Stokes system for an incompressible viscous fluid, occupying a crack-pore space (liquid domain), and stationary Lame equations for an incompressible elastic(More)
A linear system of differential equations describing a joint motion of a thermoelastic porous body with a sufficiently large Lamé's constants (absolutelty rigid body) and a thermofluid, occupying porous space, is considered. The rigorous justification, under various conditions imposed on physical parameters, is fulfilled for homogenization procedures as the(More)
A linear system of differential equations describing a joint motion of thermoelastic porous body and thermofluid occupying porous space is considered. Although the problem is linear, it is very hard to tackle due to the fact that its main differential equations involve non-smooth oscillatory coefficients, both big and small, under the differentiation(More)
Double porosity models for the liquid filtration in an absolutely rigid body is derived from homogenization theory. The governing equations of the fluid dynamics on the microscopic level consist of the Stokes system for a slightly compressible viscous fluid, occupying a crack – pore space. In turn, this domain is a union of two independent systems of cracks(More)
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