MATHEMATICAL MODELLING ON INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION AND SPREAD OF INFECTION DISEASE USING POPULATION GROWTH MODEL FOR EPIDEMICS
G. Manjunatha1, K.S.Basavarajappa2,V.K.Katiyar3
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Mathematical model on the industrial pollution and spread of infection diseases using population growth model for epidemic has been studied. Epidemics have ever been a great concern of human kind and we are still moved by the dramatic descriptions that arrive to us from the past, as in Lu-cretius's sixth book of "De RerumNatura" or as in other more recent descriptions that we find in the literature. The "Black Death", the plague that spread across Europe and from 1347 to 1352 and made 25 millions of victims, seems to be far from our lives, but more recent events remind us that epidemics are an actual problem for health institution that are continuously facing emerging and reemerging diseases.The model presented in terms of ordinary differential equations have been studied to investigate the long term effect of population in terms of spread of diseases based on working environment, social and other effects.