Let's say that the number of specifications needed is larger here and, therefore, a lot of ancillary information has to be conveyed through Tables (and some interpretation). However, click on the figure above if you are curious to know more.
Monday, January 16, 2017
Reservoirology #4: the case of Richards 1d
This is the follow up of Reservoirology #3 post, where (there) I used Petri nets to represent ordinary differential equations (ODEs). Here, instead, I try to use the same graphical formalism to represent Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), by extending a little the graphics.