Browsing by Author "Mazhayskiy, Yury"
Volchak, Aliaksandr; Mazhayskiy, Yury; Meshyk, Aleh; Shpoka, Iryna; Barushka, Мaryna (ФГБОУ ВО РГАТУ, 2017)В статье рассматриваются особенности и перспективы использования Атласа опасных метеорологических явлений на территории Беларуси в учебном процессе при подготовке студентов, магистрантов и аспирантов по специальностям природоохранного направления.
Volchak, Аliaksandr; Mazhayskiy, Yury; Meshyk, Aleh; Shpoka, Iryna (All-Russian Research Institute for Hydraulic Engineering and Land Reclamation, 2017)The Atlas contains maps with the most widespread weather hazards registered in Belarus from 1975 till 2015. The authors provide short description and quantitative criteria for each weather phenomenon which are defined according to the regulatory requirements of the Republic of Belarus. The main ...
Volchak, Aliaksandr; Meshyk, Aleh; Mazhayskiy, Yury; Rokochynskiy, Anatoliy; Jeznach, Jerzy (E3S Web Conf, 2020)The paper considers the hydrological characteristics of the Pripyat River. At the same time, extreme hydrological situations are described - floods and low water levels. The influence of land reclamation carried out in the catchment area on the river runoff was established. Forecast estimates of changes ...
Modeling dynamics of stored soil moisture at stage of control of structures of amelioration systems Volchak, Aliaksandr; Meshyk, Aleh; Mazhayskiy, Yury; Chernikova, Olga (Latvia University of Life Science and Technologies, 2020)The article contains the results of development of a methodology for assessing and optimizing the water regime on agricultural lands. To ensure an environmentally safe mode of humidification, operational instrumental control of dynamics of soil moisture reserves is necessary. A distinctive feature ...
Volchak, Aliaksandr; Meshyk, Aleh; Parfomuk, Sergey; Mazhayskiy, Yury; Chernikova, Olga (Latvia University of Life Science and Technologies, 2021)The article investigates the problem of mathematical description of long-term fluctuations of river runoff, which is relevant for solving problems of modeling and forecasting in engineering hydrology. The description of the process of runoff fluctuations is based on the stochastic differential equations ...