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Near Continuum Applications of a Discrete-Velocity Gas Model," Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Proceedings of 17th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, (Aachen, Federal republic of Gemany), ed. A. E. Beylich, VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Federal Republic of Germany, 846-853, 1990. ), Lattice Gas Methods for Partial Differential Equations, AddisonWesley, 1990. 6 Nadiga, B. , Broadwell, J. , "Study of a Multi-Speed Cellular Automaton," Rarefied Gas Dynamics: Theoretical and Computational Techniques, Proceedings of 16th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, (Pasadena, CA), edited by E.

All curves exhibit converging behaviors towards near equilibrium states. The present study is concerned with a new computation scheme of the discretized Boltzmann equation. The primary difficulty for solving the discretized Boltzmann equation is in evaluation of the gain term in the collision summation. For that evaluation, we introduce a scheme conceptually similar to a discrete- ordinate method in combination with DSMC like selection of the inverse collision pairs. A simple trial computation was performed for a temporal problem of specially uniform, coplanar velocity gases.

Ir), by N/ the product Ni tf£ ... W i and by 6(kflr) the number of indices k present in the r set Ir . We introduce 6(k,Jr,Ir) = 6(k,Jr) - 6(krlr) which is the algebraic number of particles "k" created through the collision Ir*-> Jr. VN^ = 6(k,jr,ir) r=2 Ir6 4, Jr6 4. In Eq. ,£ particles are taken into account. The quantity A(Ir^ Jr) is the transition probability associated with the r collision Jr»-» Jr; it is positive or equal to zero. The microreversibility hypothesis,1'3 is adopted and a zero value is assigned to the transition probabilities associated with the unrealizable collisions.

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