High-order switching criteria for hybrid continuum-molecular micro gas flow solvers

Duncan A. Lockerby, Henning Struchtrup, J.M. Reese

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Abstract

Examines whether new types of high-order hydrodynamic equations (derived from the underlying kinetic theory of gases to extend the validity of the classical Navier-Stokes equations) could form part of a practical and effective solution to the development of high-order switching criteria for hybrid continuum-molecular micro gas flow solvers.

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Conference16th Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics Meeting: Micro, Nano and Multiscale Physics for Emerging Technologies
CityBanff, Canada
Period1/07/07 → …

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Navier-Stokes equations
gas flow
hydrodynamics
kinetics
gas

Keywords

  • fluid dynamics
  • hydrodynamics
  • navier-stokes
  • gas flow
  • design engineering

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Lockerby, D. A., Struchtrup, H., & Reese, J. M. (2007). High-order switching criteria for hybrid continuum-molecular micro gas flow solvers. Paper presented at 16th Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics Meeting: Micro, Nano and Multiscale Physics for Emerging Technologies, Banff, Canada, .
Lockerby, Duncan A. ; Struchtrup, Henning ; Reese, J.M. / High-order switching criteria for hybrid continuum-molecular micro gas flow solvers. Paper presented at 16th Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics Meeting: Micro, Nano and Multiscale Physics for Emerging Technologies, Banff, Canada, .
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Lockerby, DA, Struchtrup, H & Reese, JM 2007, 'High-order switching criteria for hybrid continuum-molecular micro gas flow solvers' Paper presented at 16th Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics Meeting: Micro, Nano and Multiscale Physics for Emerging Technologies, Banff, Canada, 1/07/07, .

High-order switching criteria for hybrid continuum-molecular micro gas flow solvers. / Lockerby, Duncan A. ; Struchtrup, Henning; Reese, J.M.

2007. Paper presented at 16th Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics Meeting: Micro, Nano and Multiscale Physics for Emerging Technologies, Banff, Canada, .

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