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    An improved curved-boundary scheme with second-order velocity slip condition for multiple-relaxation-time-lattice Boltzmann (MRT-LB) simulation of microgas flow is proposed. The proposed interpolation bounce-back (IBB)-explicit counter-extrapolation (ECE) scheme adopts the IBB method to describe the curved boundary, while the ECE method is employed to predict the slip velocity on gas-solid interface. To incorporate the effect of second-order velocity slip term and the influence of boundary curvature, a slip velocity model is also derived, from which the gas slip velocity is captured by the ECE discretization method. The influence of fictitious slip velocity can be eliminated by adopting the present ECE method, and the influence of actual offset between the lattice node and the physical boundary can be well considered by the IBB method. The proposed IBB-ECE boundary scheme is then implemented with the MRT-LB model and tested by simulations of force-driven gas flow in horizontal (inclined) microchannel, gas flow around a micro-cylinder, and Couette flow between two micro-cylinders. Numerical results show that the proposed IBB-ECE scheme improves the computational accuracy of gas slip flow (0.001


    Wentao Dai, Huiying Wu, Zhenyu Liu, Shengyuan Zhang. Improved curved-boundary scheme for lattice Boltzmann simulation of microscale gas flow with second-order slip condition. Physical review. E. 2022 Feb;105(2-2):025310

    PMID: 35291094

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