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- Reaction-diffusion-advection with LB and particle coupling
- Ingo Tischler
The Lattice Boltzmann (LB) method is a computational tool to solve the Navier-Stokes equations to simulate fluid dynamics. Its applications are in many different research fields like porous media, biomedical drug transport or soil filtration. However with the obtained flow field this method can also be coupled with the reaction-diffusion-advection equation to render the behavior of multiple reactive species within this flow field. It is also possible to couple LB to particles directly to investigate e.g. swimming bacteria.
In this talk the LB method should be discussed and how the coupling to other methods like the reaction-diffusion-advection equations or particle simulations can be handled.
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