Yong Chew

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We propose a hybrid lattice-Boltzmann finite-difference method to simulate axisymmetric multiphase flows. The hydrodynamics is simulated by the lattice-Boltzmann equations with the multiple-relaxation-time (MRT) collision model and suitable forcing terms that account for the interfacial tension and axisymmetric effects. The interface dynamics is captured by(More)
Lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) has become an alternative method of computing a variety of fluid flows, ranging from low Reynolds number laminar flows to highly turbulent flows. For turbulent flows, non-uniform grids are preferred. Taylor series expansion-and least-squares-based LBM (TLLBM) is an effective and convenient way to extend standard LBM to be used(More)
A 2D lattice Boltzmann model for inviscid compressible flows was proposed in this paper. Finite volume method was implemented on 2D curvilinear structural grids to solve the lattice BGK-Boltzmann equations. MUSCL scheme was used to perform interpolation. The obtained results agree excellently well with experimental and previous numerical results.
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