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In this paper we apply a finite difference lattice Boltzmann model to study the phase separation in a two-dimensional liquid-vapor system. Spurious numerical effects in macroscopic equations are discussed and an appropriate numerical scheme involving flux limiter techniques is proposed to minimize them and guarantee a better numerical stability at very low(More)
A two-dimensional finite-difference lattice Boltzmann model for liquid–vapor systems is introduced and analyzed. Two different numerical schemes are used and compared in recovering equilibrium density and velocity profiles for a planar interface. We show that flux limiter techniques can be conveniently adopted to minimize spurious numerical effects and(More)
A lattice Boltzmann model with interacting particles was developed in order to simulate the magneto-rheological characteristics of magnetic fluids. In the frame of this model, 6 + 1 species of particles are allowed to move across a 2D triangular lattice. Among these species, 6 of them carry an individual magnetic dipole moment and interact themselves not(More)
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