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Analytical solution of advection diffusion equation in two dimensions using different shapes of wind speed and eddy diffusivity

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DOI: 10.23977/envcp.2023.020101 | Downloads: 57 | Views: 1047


Khaled S. M. ESSA 1, Sawsan I. M. ELSAIED 1


1 Department of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Nuclear Research Center, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority, Cairo, Egypt

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Sawsan I. M. ELSAIED


The diffusion equation has been derived in two dimensions using two methods: variable separation and substituting. We compared the results from these solutions to the results from the Copenhagen experiment, taking into consideration the differences in wind speed and eddy diffusivity.


Advection-diffusion equation, Substituting method, Eddy diffusivity, Wind speed, Copenhagen experiment, Separation of variables


Khaled S. M. ESSA, Sawsan I. M. ELSAIED, Analytical solution of advection diffusion equation in two dimensions using different shapes of wind speed and eddy diffusivity. Environment and Climate Protection (2023) Vol. 2: 1-7. DOI:


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