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Simulations of Particle-laden Flows with the Lattice Boltzmann Methods


Publication Details
Author(s): Rettinger C, Rüde U
Publisher: Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (GAMM)
Publication year: 2016
Volume: 16
Journal issue: 1
Pages range: 607-608
ISSN: 1617-7061
Language: English

Abstract
A lattice Boltzmann method is presented which enables the direct numerical simulation of particle-laden flows. It applies a fluid-solid coupling technique based on the momentum exchange method to represent geometrically fully resolved particles of arbitrary shape. The test case of a single moving sphere allows an in-depth evaluation of the algorithm. The method is fully parallelizable and yields results with an accuracy comparable to classical CFD simulations. This forms the basis for simulations of complex systems involving several thousand particles like the sediment transport in river beds.A lattice Boltzmann method is presented which enables the direct numerical simulation of particle-laden flows. It applies a fluid-solid coupling technique based on the momentum exchange method to represent geometrically fully resolved particles of arbitrary shape. The test case of a single moving sphere allows an in-depth evaluation of the algorithm. The method is fully parallelizable and yields results with an accuracy comparable to classical CFD simulations. This forms the basis for simulations of complex systems involving several thousand particles like the sediment transport in river beds.A lattice Boltzmann method is presented which enables the direct numerical simulation of particle-laden flows. It applies a fluid-solid coupling technique based on the momentum exchange method to represent geometrically fully resolved particles of arbitrary shape. The test case of a single moving sphere allows an in-depth evaluation of the algorithm. The method is fully parallelizable and yields results with an accuracy comparable to classical CFD simulations. This forms the basis for simulations of complex systems involving several thousand particles like the sediment transport in river beds.A lattice Boltzmann method is presented which enables the direct numerical simulation of particle-laden flows. It applies a fluid-solid coupling technique based on the momentum exchange method to represent geometrically fully resolved particles of arbitrary shape. The test case of a single moving sphere allows an in-depth evaluation of the algorithm. The method is fully parallelizable and yields results with an accuracy comparable to classical CFD simulations. This forms the basis for simulations of complex systems involving several thousand particles like the sediment transport in river beds.A lattice Boltzmann method is presented which enables the direct numerical simulation of particle-laden flows. It applies a fluid-solid coupling technique based on the momentum exchange method to represent geometrically fully resolved particles of arbitrary shape. The test case of a single moving sphere allows an in-depth evaluation of the algorithm. The method is fully parallelizable and yields results with an accuracy comparable to classical CFD simulations. This forms the basis for simulations of complex systems involving several thousand particles like the sediment transport in river beds.


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APA: Rettinger, C., & Rüde, U. (2016). Simulations of Particle-laden Flows with the Lattice Boltzmann Methods. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 16(1), 607-608. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pamm.201610292

MLA: Rettinger, Christoph, and Ulrich Rüde. "Simulations of Particle-laden Flows with the Lattice Boltzmann Methods." Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 16.1 (2016): 607-608.

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