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Old   August 3, 2009, 01:25
Question LBM Vs navier stokes equations in turbulent fluid flow modeling.
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I am working on a project with turbulent fluid flow study.
I am wondering to use Lattice Boltzmann Methods(LBM) for it.
But i am i doubt about it's precison over conventional navier stokes equations.
would be happy to recieve some useful feedbacks .

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