By M. Napolitano, F. Sabetta

ISBN-10: 3540563946

ISBN-13: 9783540563945

Those lawsuits of a well-established convention on numerical tools, calculations, and modelling in fluid dynamics concentrates on 5 subject matters: multidimensional upwinding, turbulent flows, area decomposition tools, unstructured grids, and move visualization, and it comprises papers awarded at a workshop on all-vertex schemes. All papers were conscientiously refereed.

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Sone et al. [15] have studied the structure of a fluid flow governed by the Boltzmann equation in the presence of a physical wall. Consider a compressible steady fluid flow adjacent to some smooth wall ∂Ω, which is given by the Boltzmann equation v · ∇x f (x, v) = 1/ǫ2 · J[f (x, ·), f (x, ·)](v) (27) supplemented by the diffuse boundary condition at a ∈ Ω, f (a, v) = c(a) · mT (a) (v) for n(a), v > 0 . e. to the mean free 52 H. e. n(a), v f (a, v)d3 v = 0 . (30) lR3 In this paper we are interested in the case of small Knudsen number ǫ2 , with the curvature of ∂Ω being large compared to ǫ.

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Ms ms s s rs 0 (c) Grid. s1 rs s1 0 (a) Pressure. (b) Density. Fig. 17. 01µs, φ = 0 white dashed line. (c) Grid. rs Fig. 18. Absolute value of velocity with integral-curves. Fig. 19. Isolines of Mach number; mach stem (ms), slipline (sl). Wave Processes at Interfaces ms s rs s1 0 Fig. 20. 01µs. t [µ s] t [µ s] x [m] x [m] (b) Density isolines. (a) Pressure isolines with φ = 0 as black dashed line. Fig. 21. Wave dynamics at x-axis for all computed time steps. 23 24 S. Andreae, J. Ballmann, S. :Wave phenomena at liquid-solid interfaces.

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