This first part of this book deals with the boundary value problem with equivalued surfaces, while the second part is concerned with the mathematical model and method, including the numerical method, of the resistivity well-logging for the three-lateral well-logging.
Table of Contents
Part I - Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface: Physical Sources forBoundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface. Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions. Limit Behaviour of Solutions. Homogenization of Boundary Conditions. Parameter Identification Problems. A Class of Nonlinear and Nonlocal Boundary Value Problems and Limit Behaviour of Solutions. Boundary Value Problems with Equivalued Surface for Semilinear Elliptic Equations. Generalization and Further Applications.
Part II - Resistivity Well-Logging: Numerical Solutions to the Boundary Value Problem with Equivalued Surface. Dual Laterolog. Microspheric Focusing Well-Logging.
Li\, T; Zheng\, Songmu; Tan\, Yong-Si; Shen\, Weixi