Colloquium: Sam van Elsloo (AWEP)

27 juni 2022 14:00 - Locatie: LECTURE ROOM D, FACULTY OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING, KLUYVERWEG 1, DELFT | Zet in mijn agenda

Proposal and Validation of an Immersed Interface Method applied to the Lattice Boltzmann Method

The Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM) is an appealing framework to apply to unsteady, incompressible, low Reynolds number flow. The immersed boundary method is often used in conjunction with the LBM to simulate flow around curved, moving boundaries in the interior of the fluid domain. The immersed interface method is an approach similar to the immersed boundary method, but imposes discontinuities directly on the solution field through jump conditions. It has yet to be properly applied to the LBM framework. In this thesis, a proposal of an immersed interface method in the LBM is made, and its implementation is validated and compared against the immersed boundary method.

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