Analysis of the Caucasus Mineral Waters’ Field’s Modeling

  •  Ivan Pershin    
  •  Alexander Martirosyan    
  •  Karina Martirosyan    


The purpose of this work is to make a review of the mineral water field's modeling approaches, to detect common factors of this approaches and to hold the general sustainability analysis of the shown models. In this work the analysis of a number of the geofiltrational models constructed in relation to mineral water fields of the Caucasus Mineral Waters region is carried out. At the model’s creation the data on mineral water production from Kislovodskoe and Georgievskoe fields is used. It is shown how factors of external that impacted on the studied object can be included to geofiltrational model. For the each model the entry and boundary conditions, which correspond to a physical picture of difficult hydrolithospheric processes are specified. In relation to these fields the assessment of geofiltrational model’s stability is carried out. Using of the experimental data obtained during operation of fields provides the accuracy of the modeling numerical calculations. Comparison of the model and actual results shows high reliability of settlement data. The conducted research allows the development of the general approach to creation of Caucasus Mineral Waters’ region fields’ geofiltrational models. Results of the modeling can be used for carrying out a synthesis of the distributed control system by hydrolithospheric processes of all complex of fields.

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