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The Cauchy problem in partial derivatives, as a mathematical model for determining threshold concentrations of metal cations in surface waters for drinking water supply

TitleThe Cauchy problem in partial derivatives, as a mathematical model for determining threshold concentrations of metal cations in surface waters for drinking water supply
AuthorsS. V. Novikova1, Y. A. Tunakova1, V. S. Valiev2, G. N. Gabdrahmanova1
1Kazan National Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev - KAI
2Institute of Problems of Ecology and Subsoil Resources of the Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan
AnnotationThe method of constructing a mathematical differential model of Cauchy type for determining the threshold contents of metal cations in a water intake is considered. The goal is to ensure a safe level of cancerogenic risk when drinking water is consumed, which is prepared from surface water sources.
KeywordsCauchy model, drinking water pollution, risk, threshold concentrations of metal cations
CitationNovikova S. V., Tunakova Y. A., Valiev V. S., Gabdrahmanova G. N. ''The Cauchy problem in partial derivatives, as a mathematical model for determining threshold concentrations of metal cations in surface waters for drinking water supply'' [Electronic resource]. Proceedings of the XIII International scientific conference ''Differential equations and their applications in mathematical modeling''. (Saransk, July 12-16, 2017). Saransk: SVMO Publ, 2017. - pp. 67-74. Available at: http://conf.svmo.ru/files/deamm2017/papers/paper09.pdf. - Date of access: 24.06.2019.