The Lattice Boltzmann Method

  title={The Lattice Boltzmann Method},
  author={Timm Krueger and Halim Kusumaatmaja and A. Kuzmin and Orest Shardt and Gonçalo Silva and Erlend Magnus Viggen},

Linear stability and isotropy properties of athermal regularized lattice Boltzmann methods.

A general methodology to study stability and isotropy properties of lattice Boltzmann (LB) schemes is proposed and recursive regularization turns out to be the most stable one for the D2Q9 lattice, especially in the zero-viscosity limit.

A numerical method of combined SPF-MEM-LBM on the rockfall-induced surge and its application

Rockfalls in reservoirs are prone to induce surges, posing a severe threat to passing vessels and facilities. A scheme combined Single-phase free-surface method (SPF), momentum exchange method (MEM),

LBsoft: A parallel open-source software for simulation of colloidal systems

Controlling Rayleigh–Bénard convection via reinforcement learning

This work explores a novel approach, based on a state-of-the-art Reinforcement Learning (RL) algorithm, which is capable of significantly reducing the heat transport in a two-dimensional Rayleigh–Bénard system by applying small temperature fluctuations to the lower boundary of the system.

Fluid Structure Interaction modelling using Lattice Boltzmann and Volume Penalization method.

This paper proposes an approach combining the Volume Penalization (VP) and the the Lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) to compute fluid structure interaction involving rigid bodies. The method consists in

Development of a Coupled 3-D DEM-LBM Model for Simulation of Dynamic Rock-Fluid Interaction

This research is specifically aimed at developing the ability to numerically evaluate rock-water interaction, building upon the experimental and analytical work by George and Sitar, and developing a new open-source Dem program capable of analyzing the kinematic response of fracturedrock.

Multi-layer distributed control of complex systems with communication constraints : application to irrigation channels

Managing divergent information exchange among controllers is considered in this thesis as a consensus problem and solved by an asynchronous consensus protocol and the benefits of the distributed cooperative control approach over other control strategies are validated.

Lattice Boltzmann simulations of plasma wakefield acceleration

We explore a novel simulation route for Plasma Wakefield Acceleration (PWFA) by using the computational method known as the Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM). LBM is based on a discretization of the



Other Attenuation and Absorption Mechanisms

    387 9.4.2 Equation of State and Liquid-Gas Density Ratio

      Simple Multidimensional Waves: The Green's Function

        What Else Can Be Done with These Models?

          483 11.4.6 Additional Variants and Similar Boundary Treatments

            1.2 Law of Similarity and Derived Conversion Factors

              Time-Harmonic Waves: The Helmholtz Equation

                435 11.2.1 Simple Bounce-Back and Staircase Approximation

                • Boundary Conditions for Fluid-Structure Interaction

                497 12.1.3 Simple One-Dimensional Solutions: Free and Forced Waves

                  3.2 Filippova-Hänel (FH) and Mei-Luo-Shyy (MLS) Methods