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Old   December 7, 2001, 07:21
Default Lattice Boltzmann Method for compressible flow
Igor Pasichnyk
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Hi, all! I simulate a fluid with high viscosity and study decay of longitudinal wave using Lattice Boltzmann. Can I increase viscosity to such a value, that my longitudinal wave goes down after a 10 or 100 number of time steps? So I want to simulate almost incompressible flow uisng compressible Navier Stokes. Best regards, Igor Pasichnyk
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