Lattice gas with molecular dynamics collision operator.

@article{Parsa2017LatticeGW,
  title={Lattice gas with molecular dynamics collision operator.},
  author={Mohammad Reza Parsa and Alexander J. Wagner},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2017},
  volume={96 1-1},
  pages={
          013314
        }
}
We introduce a lattice gas implementation that is based on coarse-graining a molecular dynamics (MD) simulation. Such a lattice gas is similar to standard lattice gases, but its collision operator is informed by an underlying MD simulation. This can be considered an optimal lattice gas implementation because it allows for the representation of any system that can be simulated with MD. We show here that equilibrium behavior of the popular lattice Boltzmann algorithm is consistent with this… 

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