# DEVELOPMENT OF A SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF A FORMATION OF COMPLEX SHAPE

The work is devoted to the construction of a spatially distributed mathematical model of a complex-shaped reservoir. The purpose of the work is to develop a mathematical justification, building a spatially distributed mathematical model of a reservoir in fields of complex shape, which is a 3D-graph that displays the change in reservoir temperature at its various points over time. The article considers the object of modeling and its properties. The existing mathematical models of deposits have been analyzed. Deposits containing raw materials with rheological properties (oil, mineral and artesian water) are considered as objects of research. A software and hardware complex has been developed that directly measures the current state of the temperature field. Comparison of experimental and analytical data has been made. Based on the research described in this article, it can be concluded that it is necessary to model fields, since it reduces the cost of drilling and construction of wells by optimizing technological operations during construction, reduces the number of accidents, stops during drilling, and reduces the amount of non-productive time and cost. drilling, and also allows you to increase the recovery of formations.

**Authors:** I. М. Novozhilov, А. N. Ilyushina, М.-А. М. Asadulaghi, V. V. Antropova, T. V. Kuharova

**Direction:** Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control

**Keywords:** Field, mathematical model, system analysis, modeling, management, sensors

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