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Applications of a novel many-component Lattice Boltzmann simulation

Dupin, Michael Maurice;
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  • Country: United Kingdom
<p>There are many important systems which involve the flow of dense suspensions of\ud deformable particles; blood is an example. However, the modeling of such materials\ud represents a considerable challenge to established methods such as computational\ud fluid dynamics (CFD). In this PhD project, work has been undertaken to extend the\ud lattice Boltzmann method (LBM), and enable it to represent a large number of mutually\ud immiscible, deformable, droplets (separated by narrow interfaces). The new\ud method imposes a relatively small computational overhead and has been validated\ud against experimental observations. The work has also led to very promising deve...
arXiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics
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