model structure

Simulation of forest management in environmental and economic computer models

An overview of several global environmental computer models is presented in the article. This study focuses on the analysis of models' structure and the investigation of approaches to forest management modeling. Benefits and drawbacks of different modeling approaches are discussed. The capacities of the models for projecting the consequences of climate policies are discovered.

Modeling elastic-dynamic effects of the crust under nuclear power plant (on the example of Chornobyl NPP)

Purpose. The aim of study is to create the method of seismic wave fields modeling for a broad class of vertically and horizontally inhomogeneous layered media. Simulation will make it possible to more precisely assess the characteristics of sedimentary strata in the study of the transmission characteristics of the environment under the engineering structures. Methodology. At modeling in engineering seismology should be used a wide frequency range (from 0 to 200 Hz) to study all possible effects on engineering structures.