@Article{es1030,
author="Nurtas, M. and Tokmukhamedova, F. and Ydyrys, A. and Zhantaev, Zh. and Nurakynov, S. and Iskakov, B. and Altaibek, A. and , and Matkerim, B.",
title="Application of Finite Element Method for Solving Seismoacoustic Modeling Problems in Poroelastic Composite Media",
journal="Engineered Science",
year="2023",
volume="26",
pages="1030",
abstract="The present study is devoted to solving the problem of seismic and acoustic wave propagation in the porous media for composite domains. For simplicity, simple geometry was selected, where domain Ω in consideration consists of three different domains Ωk,k=1,2,3 with different physical and geometrical properties. The wave propagation in the solid skeleton Ω_s of Ω is governed by the Lame's equations. The fluid dynamics in the liquid domain Ωf= ⋃3k=1Ωf,k is governed by the Stokes equations. To model the geometry, we postulate that there are two small parameters: the dimensionless size of pores ε and the dimensionless size of fractures δ and ε≤δ, where ε=l/L is the dimensionless pore size, l is the average size of pores. Domains Ωf,1 and Ωf,3 have the ε-periodic structure and the domain Ωf,2 has the δ-periodic structure with ε=δr,0",
issn="2576-9898",
doi="10.30919/es1030",
url="http://dx.doi.org/10.30919/es1030"
}