numerical models 
Using both analytical and numerical models of the collisionless anisotropic current sheet generated by the impinging flows of transient ions, we have studied the selfconsistent solutions taking the plasma trapped in the sheet into account.


On the basis of observations, new numerical models of motion are constructed for all 96 outer satellites of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.


Exact solutions of problems of fluid inflow into a well with a vertical hydrofracture and their use in numerical models of flow


Adjustment of numerical models for gammaray spectra of samples when subtracting spectra of matrix elements in neutron activatio


Approaches to adjustment of numerical models for gammaray spectra of matrix elements are considered.


Our results are in good agreement with numerical models of collisionless disks that evolved to a marginally stable equilibrium state.


Estimates for the dynamo waves are illustrated with twodimensional numerical models in a spherical geometry.


The motion of halo stars in dynamical numerical models of open clusters


The numerical models constructed prove to be close to equilibrium.


Our approach opens a way to organize a library of HEP model components and provides a great deal of flexibility for the construction of powerful and realistic numerical models.


However, even with allowance for the internal kinetic processes in the plasma, the singlemode and numerical models give nearly the same energy losses of the beam in the asymptotic limit (where ωp is the plasma frequency).


The method can be used to construct effective numerical models for problems in nanooptics and biophotonics.


Parameterization of helical turbulence in numerical models of intense atmospheric vortices


Empirical numerical models have been proposed for calculating the solarwind velocity, IMF intensity, and IMF longitudinal and Bz components from the solar magnetic data.


The pattern obtained can be used in hydrodynamic numerical models of the general circulation of the Japan Sea.


Numerical models of the extrusion and gravity current of a viscous incompressible fluid are studied to determine the shapes of salt structures formed on the Earth's surface and the velocities of rock salt extrusion and lateral spreading.


Physical and numerical models of the magnetization selfreversal in rocks


Physical and numerical models of the magnetization selfreversal in rocks


Numerical models of subduction of the oceanic crust with basaltic plateaus


General forms of dynamic equations for atmosphere in numerical models with topography

