Simulation of complex particle suspensions using coupled lattice Boltzmann-discrete element methods

Leonardi, Christopher R., Jones, Bruce D., Holmes, David W. and Williams, John R. (2013). Simulation of complex particle suspensions using coupled lattice Boltzmann-discrete element methods. In: Graham Mustoe, DEM 6: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Discrete Element Methods and Related Techniques. 6th International Conference on Discrete Element Methods (DEM6), Golden, CO, United States, (1-8). 5-6 August, 2013.

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Author Leonardi, Christopher R.
Jones, Bruce D.
Holmes, David W.
Williams, John R.
Title of paper Simulation of complex particle suspensions using coupled lattice Boltzmann-discrete element methods
Conference name 6th International Conference on Discrete Element Methods (DEM6)
Conference location Golden, CO, United States
Conference dates 5-6 August, 2013
Proceedings title DEM 6: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Discrete Element Methods and Related Techniques
Place of Publication Golden, CO, United States
Publisher Colorado School of Mines
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0918062209
9780918062208
Editor Graham Mustoe
Start page 1
End page 8
Total pages 8
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This paper details the development of a computational model which is capable of direct numerical simulation of complex particle suspensions. The components of the model include the lattice Boltzmann method, the discrete element method, non-Newtonian rheology and turbulence modeling, and shared-memory, multicore parallel computations. Computational modeling of complex particle suspensions offers the ability to investigate flow characteristics which cannot be readily captured with experiments. In addition, the development of a validated computational model allows for the comparatively rapid and inexpensive evaluation of novel and or prospective fluid-particle combinations in silico.
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