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Old   March 31, 2000, 09:15
Default CFD with Lattice Boltzmann automata
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Christian Redl
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For an academic research project I am looking for a simple source code for flow simulations using lattice Boltzmann automata. Any help and hints appreciated!

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Christian Redl CD-Laboratory for Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics at the Mining University Leoben, Austria
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Old   April 13, 2000, 21:39
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David willis
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I don't know much (close to nothing) about L-B....but did a little reading from some papers I got from Exa Corp. (www.exa.com). I believe they are using a derivative of the Lattice Boltzmann formulation. They were very helpful providing papers etc. (partly because they are trying to sell their product ). You may have a little luck if you get in touch with them... or some of the references on the papers they list on their site. I don't know if this helps or not...good luck with the search...

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