FDLBMFinite-Difference Lattice Boltzmann Method
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The results by the FDLBM for various [N.sub.Q] and [Re.sub.h] were compared with those (11-13) by theoretical analysis under the same conditions, and the flow patterns were examined to verify the effectiveness of the FDLBM for the shear flow between the rotating and stationary rings.
All numerical computation results by the FDLBM mentioned later are the steady solutions which satisfy the following condition:
The axial distributions of the dimensionless radial velocity [u/([R.sub.2][ohm])] at the section [r/[R.sub.2]] = 1 given by the FDLBM under the condition that [N.sub.Q] = 0.01, [Re.sub.h] = 0.1 and [N.sub.Q] = 0.01, [Re.sub.h] = 1 are compared with the theoretical results given by Soo under the same conditions in Fig.