Large Eddy simulations of a stirred tank using the lattice Boltzmann method on a nonuniform grid

@article{Lu2002LargeES,
  title={Large Eddy simulations of a stirred tank using the lattice Boltzmann method on a nonuniform grid},
  author={Zhenyu Lu and Ying Liao and Dongying Qian and John B. McLaughlin and Jos J. Derksen and K. Kontomaris},
  journal={Journal of Computational Physics},
  year={2002},
  volume={181},
  pages={675-704}
}
A nonuniform grid lattice Boltzmann technique previously described by He et al. [1] has been extended to simulate three-dimensional flows in complex geometries. The technique is applied to the computation of the turbulent flow in a stirred tank driven by a standard Rushton turbine. With the nonuniform grid approach, the total CPU time required for a simulation of the flow in a stirred tank can be reduced by roughly 75% and still provide the same spatial accuracy as would be obtained with a… 
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