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Abdon Atangana

Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Institute of Groundwater Studies,South Africa


Dr. Abdon Atangana is a full professor at the UFS. He obtained his PhD degree in applied mathematics from the University of Free State in 2013. He serves as reviewer of more than 200 international accredited journals and has been awarded the world champion of peer review twice, in 2016 and 2017. He is editor in more than 20 journals of applied mathematics. His research interests are methods and applications of partial and ordinary differential equations, fractional differential equations, perturbation methods, asymptotic methods, iterative methods, and groundwater modeling.


Analytical Solution of the Groundwater Flow Equation obtained via Homotopy Decomposition Method

In this paper, we make use of the homotopy decomposition to solve the groundwater flow equation. The solution obtained via the method was compared to the existing solutions including Theis and Cooper Jacob. To test the validity of the solution we compare it with two set of experimental data from real world situation. The first is from a pumping tes... Read More»

Abdon Atangana and Botha J.F

Research Article: J Earth Sci Climat Change 2012, 3:115

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000115

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