Implementation issues and benchmarking of lattice Boltzmann method for moving rigid particle simulations in a viscous flow

@article{Peng2016ImplementationIA,
  title={Implementation issues and benchmarking of lattice Boltzmann method for moving rigid particle simulations in a viscous flow},
  author={Cheng Peng and Yihua Teng and Brian Hwang and Zhaoli Guo and Lian-Ping Wang},
  journal={Computers & Mathematics with Applications},
  year={2016},
  volume={72},
  pages={349-374}
}
In this work, we revisit implementation issues in the lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) concerningmoving rigid solid particles suspended a viscous fluid. Three aspects relevant to the interaction between flowof a viscous fluid andmoving solid boundaries are considered. First, the popular interpolated bounce back scheme is examined both theoretically and numerically. It is important to recognize that even though significant efforts had previously been devoted to the performance, especially the… CONTINUE READING
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