A numerical method for computing asymptotic states and outgoing distributions for kinetic linear half-space problems

@article{Golse1995ANM,
  title={A numerical method for computing asymptotic states and outgoing distributions for kinetic linear half-space problems},
  author={F. Golse and A. Klar},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
  year={1995},
  volume={80},
  pages={1033-1061}
}
Linear half-space problems can be used to solve domain decomposition problems between Boltzmann and aerodynamic equations. A new fast numerical method computing the asymptotic states and outgoing distributions for a linearized BGK half-space problem is presented. Relations with the so-called variational methods are discussed. In particular, we stress the connection between these methods and Chapman-Enskog type expansions. 

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