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Implementation issues and benchmarking of lattice Boltzmann method for moving rigid particle simulations in a viscous flow
- C. Peng, Yihua Teng, Brian Hwang, Z. Guo, L. Wang
- Physics, Computer Science
- Comput. Math. Appl.
- 1 July 2016
In this work, we revisit implementation issues in the lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) concerning moving rigid solid particles suspended a viscous fluid. Expand
Improving lattice Boltzmann simulation of moving particles in a viscous flow using local grid refinement
Abstract Accurate simulations of moving particles in a viscous flow require an adequate grid resolution near the surface of a moving particle. Within the framework of the lattice Boltzmann approach,… Expand
Long-term viability of carbon sequestration in deep-sea sediments
This article investigates the viability of CO2 storage in deep-sea sediments via a systematic study of the long-term fate of CO2. Sequestration of carbon dioxide in deep-sea sediments has been… Expand
Comprehensive study and comparison of equilibrium and kinetic models in simulation of hydrate reaction in porous media
We provide a comprehensive investigation and comparison of these two reaction models via theoretical analysis and numerical experiments. Expand