 By Manuel Pastor

ISBN-10: 1903996422

ISBN-13: 9781903996423

Describes theoretically and virtually the revolution within the research of geomechanics and geomaterials that numerical modelling has made attainable via examples of such elements as chemical degradation, rock weathering, particles flows, and circulate slides.

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Sone et al.  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.