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Old   April 18, 2012, 21:23
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Hi everyone,
I am a student, new to CFD, and want to write a MATLAB program to calculate the velocity vector field in a 2D lid-driven cavity using the Lattice Boltzmann Method with bounce back condition for the walls. The flow is incompressible with Re = 100. I am using a D2Q9 lattice model. I was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction to writing this program...

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Old   October 29, 2014, 09:29
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I'm new to LBM too,I'm trying to using C code to write this case,but I also meet some obstacles, I try to change the Fortran code which came from the book "Lattice Boltzmann Method" by A.A. Mohamad into a C code, but the result is quite different, can you give me some help?
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