News Archive

2022/07/06

OpenLBrezel

To celebrate the end of our time in home office due to Corona, the LBRG had a get-to-gether on June, the 6th. We enjoyed to meet again in person and got to know each other better while having a giant pretzel and a cup of coffee.

The pretzel is now honorary member known as OpenLBrezel.

OpenLBrezel


2022/06/10

LBM Spring School with OpenLB Software Lab in Kraków successfully finished

The executive committee announces the closing of the fifth LBM Spring School with OpenLB Software Lab. We were happy to host 51 participants from 8 countries, including 4 invited speakers in Kraków, Poland. This year’s poster award goes to Pavel Eichler (Czech Technical University in Prague).

Next year, the 6th spring school is planned to take place at the University of Greenwich in England/UK from 2023 June 5th to 9th.

On behalf of the spring school executive committee, Nicolas Hafen, Mathias J. Krause, Paweł Madejski, Tomasz Kuś, Navaneethan Subramanian, Maciej Bujalski, Karolina Chmiel.

Spring School 2022 KIT


2022/05/14

LBRG at the KIT campus day

The LBRG presents its high performance fluid flow simulations using a desktop computer at the KIT campus day.

LBRG at KIT campus day KIT


2022/05/03

2nd Call for the Fifth Spring School – Early Bird by 10th of May

Early bird registration is open until the 10th of May 2022 for the Fifth Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab.
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2022/05/01

New team member Irina Böttger

She works on turbulent wall flows and boundary layer theory.
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2022/04/22

New paper published in “Fluids”

Members of the LBRG published an article about the numerical optimization of pulsation in a micromixer with automatic differentiation. It is available open access at doi.org/10.3390/fluids7050144.


2022/04/14

OpenLB release 1.5 available for download

The developer team is very happy to announce the release of the next version of #OpenLB. The updated open-source Lattice Boltzmann Method (#LBM) code is now available for download.
Major new features include support for #GPUs using #CUDA, vectorized collision steps on SIMD CPUs, a new implementation of our resolved particle system as well as the possibility of simulating free surface flows and reactions.
Read more


2022/04/12

New paper published in “Mitteilungen der Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung“

Members of the LBRG published an article about research-oriented teaching under pandemic restrictions (in German: "Forschungsnahe Lehre unter Pandemiebedingungen") in the magazine of the long-standing German Mathematical Society DMV ("Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung").


2022/04/01

New team member Maurus Bauer

He is working on the simulation of particle-laden fluid flows using Lattice Boltzmann Methods.
Read more


2022/04/01

Winner of the “Computation 2020 Best Paper Awards”

The paper with the title "Evaluation of a Near-Wall-Modeled Large Eddy Lattice Boltzmann Method for the Analysis of Complex Flows Relevant to IC Engines" is one of the two top-voted papers that have won the Computation 2020 Best Paper Awards.


2022/03/11

FILTECH 2022

In March we had the opportunity to present some of our most recent projects at the annual FILTECH fair in Cologne. We discussed with visitors different topics around the lattice Boltzmann method as well as our open source software Open LB and its application. We further presented simulations results with our newly developed AR-App OpenLBar, which helps users to better understand and experience fluid flows through user interactions such as geometry overlay.

Biene-Krause KIT


2022/02/21

Spring School 2022 on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab postponed, new date fixed

The 5th Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods (#LBM) with #OpenLB Software Lab has been postponed to take place from the 6th to the 10th of June 2022. We are optimistic and looking forward meet in person in Krakow, Poland.
We have updated all webpages. Details regarding the payment of your attendance fee are now available. The registration is still open for anyone who is interested.
See https://www.openlb.net/spring-school-2022/ for more information.


2022/01/20

Latest publication in Journal of Computational Physics

For the first time, we used lattice Boltzmann methods (LBM) for temporal large eddy simulation (TLES).
The article is available for download free of charge for a limited time here.
Both, LBM and TLES rely on local-in-space computations which upholds high parallelizability. As a proof of concept, we implemented the approach in OpenLB (http://www.openlb.net) and validated it for the Taylor–Green vortex test case which mimics homogeneous isotropic turbulence. The work is a joint effort with the research group of Prof. Dr. Patrick Jenny at the Institute of Fluid Dynamics at ETH Zurich.


2022/01/18

LBRG member Dr. Mathias J. Krause successfully completes his habilitation

The head of LBRG Dr. Mathias J. Krause completed the habilitation examination on January 18, 2022. The thesis is titled Fluid Flow Control and Simulation in Process Engineering Homogenised Lattice Boltzmann Methods. He is now “Privatdozent (PD)” for the subject scientific computing and numerical mathematics for process engineering.

Habilitationsfeier KIT


2021/12/16

Research Assistant (PhD or PostDoc position) available

At the Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering and Mechanics (MVM) and the Institute of Applied and Numerical Mathematics (IANM) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) we are looking for a Research assistant for our team Lattice Boltzmann Research Group. Within the scope of a research project on modelling and simulation and of turbulent (particulate) fluid flows, a full-time position is to be filled temporarily. After familiarisation, remuneration is paid according to TV-L, E 13. There is the possibility of a doctorate.
Besides enjoying scientific problem analysis as well as mathematical and/or process engineering problems and/or computer science, we expect you to have good programming skills, initiative, imagination and good communication skills in written and spoken German and English. Great importance is attached to working in a team.
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology strives to increase the proportion of women and therefore particularly welcomes applications from women. Severely handicapped applicants will be given preferential consideration if they are equally qualified.

Please send applications with the usual documents, preferably electronically in a pdf file, to
Dr. Mathias J. Krause
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Lattice Boltzmann Research Group
Street at Forum 8
76131 Karlsruhe
Tel: 0721-608-44191
e-mail: mathias.krause@kit.edu


2021/12/13

SBCB/UFRGS and LBRG meet in Cambara do Sul, Brazil

Brazil Between December 2 and 9, 2021 members of LBRG/KIT and SBCB/UFRGS met for a workshop in Cambara do Sol, Brazil to conclude their fruitful CAPES/ProBral exchange on Mesoscopic Molecular Dynamics Simulations and discuss future possibilites of collaboration. The participants were able to look back on multiple work and study missions between Brazil and Germany in 2019 and 2021, yielding numerous joint publications. Further highlights included the PhD respectively post doc exchange years of Bruno Iochins Grisci, Pedro Henrique Narloch and Dr. Manuel Riveros Escalona at KIT as well as a two-day workshop on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab at UFRGS in 2019. A full overview is available on the dedicated project website.

The workshop was complemented by excursions to the Itaimbezinho and Fortaleza canyons surrounding Cambara do Sul.


2021/11/24

LBRG members give talks at the research group 'Schémas de Boltzmann sur réseau' (Institut Henri Poincaré)

Mathias J. Krause and Stephan Simonis were invited to give talks at the renowned research group "Schémas de Boltzmann sur réseau" led by François Dubois François Dubois at Institut Henri Poincaré, France. The presented topics include "OpenLB - Fluid Flow Simulation and Control on High Performance Computers" and "Temporal large eddy simulation with lattice Boltzmann methods".
Read more


2021/11/19

Team member Johanna Mödl receives scholarship from the Graduate Funding from the German States

For her dissertation project on the subject of simulation of transport processes in lithium ion batteries by use of Lattice Boltzmann methods Johanna Mödl received a scholarship from the Graduate Funding from the German States (Landesgraduiertenförderung), which is awarded to highly qualified young scientists.
The project covers modeling and simulation of charge and material transport within a highly resolved battery half-cell. In addition to the transport processes chemical reactions and their simulation through Lattice Boltzmann methods are studied and incorporated in the overall model.


2021/11/01

New team member Mingliang Zhong

He is working on the uncertainty quantification of the flow simulation based on Lattice Boltzmann methods in a collaboration of LBRG with the group Computational Science and Mathematical Methods of Prof. Dr. Martin Frank.
Read more


2021/10/11

(Covid) Virus Risk Simulation

Are ventilation systems effective against aerosol emission from breathing?
Find out
Watch the video


2021/09/27

Research Assistant (PhD or PostDoc position) available

At the Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering and Mechanics (MVM) and the Institute of Applied and Numerical Mathematics (IANM) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) we are looking for a Research assistant for our team Lattice Boltzmann Research Group. Within the scope of a research project on modelling and simulation and of turbulent (particulate) fluid flows, a full-time position is to be filled temporarily. After familiarisation, remuneration is paid according to TV-L, E 13. There is the possibility of a doctorate.
Besides enjoying scientific problem analysis as well as mathematical and/or process engineering problems and/or computer science, we expect you to have good programming skills, initiative, imagination and good communication skills in written and spoken German and English. Great importance is attached to working in a team.
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology strives to increase the proportion of women and therefore particularly welcomes applications from women. Severely handicapped applicants will be given preferential consideration if they are equally qualified.

Please send applications with the usual documents, preferably electronically in a pdf file, to
Dr. Mathias J. Krause
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Lattice Boltzmann Research Group
Street at Forum 8
76131 Karlsruhe
Tel: 0721-608-44191
e-mail: mathias.krause@kit.edu


2021/08/30

LBRG member Robin Trunk successfully completes his Ph.D.

After completing the doctoral examination on July 22, 2021, today, the dissertation titled "Numerical Investigation of the Settling Behavior of Non-Spherical Particles - Application of Homogenized Lattice Boltzmann Methods" has also been published.


2021/08/01

New team member Johanna Mödl

She is working on simulations of transport processes in batteries. This includes numericals studies of Lattice-Boltzmann methods and their applicability for chemical transport processes. Read more


2021/07/28

Free places at studental seminar “Strömungsrechnung“

For the studental seminar “Strömungssimulation“ on flow simulation which takes place in february 2022, free places are still available.
Contact and further information


2021/06/01

New team member Dennis Teutscher

He is working on the development of a virtual laboratory to visualize fluid flows and measurement data. This will allow students to experience and interact with complex processes in VR/AR. He works in the LBRG group of Dr. Mathias J. Krause. Read more


2021/05/18

LBRG member Marie-Luise Maier successfully completes her Ph.D.

After completing the doctoral examination on April 30, 2021, today, the dissertation titled "Coupled lattice Boltzmann and discrete element method for reactive particle fluid flows with applications in process engineering" has also been published.


2021/05/01

New team member Adrian Kummerländer

He is working on new approaches to efficient implementations of LBM on heterogeneous target platforms. This continues his longstanding work in OpenLB core development and LBRG, both as a student employee and with bachelor and master theses on grid refinement and LBM performance. Read more


2021/04/22

The LBRG is awarded with the KIT faculty teaching award 2021 for the course “Projektorientiertes Softwarepraktikum“

The KIT faculty teaching award 2021 honors several members of the Lattice Boltzmann Research Group (LBRG) for high quality teaching within the course “Projektorientiertes Softwarepraktikum”, namely Stephan Simonis, Marc Haussmann, Maximilian Gaedtke, Dr. Mathias J. Krause and PD Dr. Gudrun Thäter. Since 2007 the KIT Executive Board grants the faculty teaching award to recognize excellence in teaching throughout the eleven faculties at KIT. The prize is endowed with 10,000 Euros. The prize money is used to enhance the teaching and study experience at KIT. More information and a video portrait of all nominees can be found here.


2021/04/16

Free places at studental seminar “Strömungsrechnung“

For the studental seminar "Strömungsrechnung" on flow simulation which takes place in the end of July 2021, free places are still available.
Contact and further information


2021/03/24

OpenLB Community YouTube Channel Update

We have just released a new video on our OpenLB YouTube Channel. The new OpenLBee showcase illustrates a bee at a realistic Reynolds number in its landing approach.
For further information please visit the corresponding show case: OpenLBee


2021/03/08

Course “Simulation of Particle-Laden Flows“ scheduled

SIPS The course "Simulation of particle-laden flows" will be held from September 29 to October 01, 2021.
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More MVM courses


2021/03/02

Spin-off cloudfluid successfully started

Customized flow simulations in the cloud
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2021/02/23

OpenLB Community YouTube Channel Update

We have just released a new video on our OpenLB YouTube Channel. This video present the aerosol distributions generated by a breathing human.

For further information please visit the corresponding show case:
Indoor Aerosol Distribution Patterns


2020/12/19

OpenLB Overview Paper Published

We are very happy to announce that we have just published our new OpenLB Overview Paper. You can find it on pages 258-288 in volume 81 of Computers & Mathematics with Applications. This paper summarizes the findings of the research that was conducted with OpenLB and gives a brief introduction to the underlying concepts as well as the design of the parallel data structure. It is a great read for newcomers as well as seasoned OpenLB users.
The paper can be viewed and downloaded here.


2020/12/02

LBRG member Maximilian Gaedtke successfully completes his Ph.D.

After completing the doctoral examination on November 05, 2020, today, the dissertation titled "Thermal Lattice Boltzmann Methods for the Simulation of Turbulent Flows with Conjugate Heat Transfer – Application to Refrigerated Vehicles" has also been published.


2020/11/18

OpenLB release 1.4 available

Read more on the OpenLB website


2020/11/12

OpenLB Community YouTube Channel Update

We have released two new Videos on our OpenLB YouTube Channel. The first Video is about a 3D simulation of blood flowing through the human aorta. The second one visualizes phase separation in 3D.

For further information please visit the corresponding show case:
Blood Flow Simulation
Phase Separation


2020/11/01

New team member Fedor Bukreev

He is applicating OpenLB by high turbulent particle-laden flows, free jets and is extending the simulation code to display chemical reactions in particulate streams. He is working in the LBRG group of Dr. Mathias J. Krause. Read more


2020/11/01

New team member Julius Jeßberger

He is working on the optimization and optimal control of fluid flows with application to process enginerring. Read more


2020/10/13

LBRG member Marc Haussmann successfully completes his Ph.D.

After completing the doctoral examination on September 30, 2020, today, the dissertation titled "Lattice Boltzmann Methods for Turbulent Flows: Application to Coriolis Mass Flowmeter" has also been published.


2020/07/31

OpenLB paves the way to „overnight“ near-wall-modeled large eddy simulations

Marc In a collaboration of the Lattice Boltzmann Research Group (LBRG) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Institute of Reactive Flows and Diagnostics of the department of Mechanical Engineering (RSM) at the Technical University of Darmstadt, the capabilities of two open source near-wall-modeled large eddy simulation (NWM-LES) approaches were investigated to predict complex turbulent flows relevant to internal combustion (IC) engines.

Therefore, OpenLB was compared to the commonly applied open source tool OpenFOAM, using a highly precise particle image velocimetry measurement as reference. The comparison covers prediction accuracy, computational costs and ease of use.

The performance results show that the OpenLB approach is on average 32 times faster than the OpenFOAM implementation for the tested configurations. The faster calculation speed for NWM-LES using the lattice Boltzmann method implementation in OpenLB is advantageous to address industrial applications and to enable "overnight" calculations that previously took weeks.

Checkout our recent publication for more details.


2020/07/06

How face masks and ventilation of enclosed spaces can protect against infectious aerosols

KIT researchers are investigating the formation, detection, distribution and separation of gas-borne particles and droplets as well as the effectiveness of filters. Using simulations, they analyze aerosols, their distribution and deposition in rooms, filters and the human respiratory tract.
Read more
Read more (German Version)


2020/07/01

Hiwi Job Available (c++ Programming)

Task
Your job is to support the members of LBRG in their research and teaching activities by taking on increasingly complex programming tasks. This includes amongst others things:

  • Programming in C++
  • Creation of test
  • Performing validation tests
  • Documentation

Requirements

  • Object-oriented programming language, ideally C++
  • Implementation of numerical methods in computer programs
  • Experience with Linux

2020/06/05

New team member Mathilde Wu

She is working on implementing a virtual laboratory as part of the “Teaching4Future” project, in order for students to visualize and interact in VR/AR with fluid flow simulation results. She is working in the LBRG of Dr. Mathias. J. Krause. Read more


2020/05/12

LBRG student member Marc Siodlaczek wins award for the best simulative bachelor's thesis 2019

Marc The bachelor's thesis with the title "Evaluation of the accuracy of the thermal Lattice Boltzmann method in the transition to turbulent flow", which was supervised by the LBRG, was awarded with the prize for the best simulative Bachelor's thesis by the VM-Verein.


2020/05/01

New project „Potential for damage to fruits“ funded by BMWi via AiF/FEI starts

The research centers TU Berlin (Institute for Food Technology and Food Chemistry, Department of Food Biotechnology and Food Process Engineering) and KIT (Lattice Boltzmann Research Group) cooperate to determine the potential damage to fruits in fruit mixtures during processing. Read more


2020/04/02

Project “Virtual Collaboration Laboratories“ funded by the state

Within the project, the team headed by Dr. Mathias J. Krause consisting of mathematicians and engineers from the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences (Prof. Dr. M. Rädle) and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Prof. Dr. W. Dörfler, Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Nirschl) is making existing VR/AR hardware technologies available for teaching to enable a modern education of students in the natural and engineering sciences.
It is one of five projects that are supported by the Ministry of Science of the State of Baden-Württemberg with funds from the digital@bw digitization strategy.


2020/03/13

Spring School 2020 successfully finished

LBM Spring School 2020 The executive committee announces the closing of the third LBM Spring School with OpenLB Software Lab. We were happy to host 60 participants from nine countries, including five invited speakers in Berlin, Germany. This year’s poster award goes to Dominik Wilde et al. from the University of Siegen, Germany.
Next year, the 5th spring school (https://www.openlb.net/spring-school-2021/) in planned to take place at the University of Greenwich in England/UK form 2021 May 31st to June 4th.

On behalf of the spring school executive committee, Nicolas Hafen, Mathias J. Krause, Harald Kruggel-Emden, Christopher McHardy, Cornelia Rauh, Holger Stark, Robin Trunk


2020/01/02

New team member Jan Marquardt

He is working on the simulation of particle-laden fluid flows in a collaboration of LBRG with the group Process Machines (Link) of Prof. Dr.-Ing Hermann Nirschl. Read more


2019/12/11

Workshop in Porto Alegre/ Brazil Successfully Finished

Workshop Brazil LBM Workshop with OpenLB Software Lab in Brazil Successfully Finished. The executive committee announces the closing of the LBM Workshop with OpenLB Software Lab at UFRGS in Porto Alegre, Brazil. We were happy to host 35 participants including five speakers from LBRG (KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany). The workshop took place in the framework of the Brazilian-German PROBRAL project “Mesoscopic Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Development of Models andComputational Strategies for Complex Structural Bioinformatics Problems” supported by CAPES and DAAD. On behalf of the workshop executive committee, Marcio Dorn, Mathias J. Krause,Stephan Simonis.


2019/11/20

Pre-Christmas get-together of the LBRG

Weihnachtstreffen Christmas meeting: The pre-Christmas celebration was attended by graduate workers, Hiwis and PhDs and former employees.


2019/10/23

Registration Open for the Fourth Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab.

Read more on the OpenLB website

2019/09/17

The international workshop “Data-driven Modeling and Optimization in Fluid Mechanics“ successfully finished.

Workshop It focused on the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, evolutional algorithms and adjoint-based optimization to fluid dynamics-related problems with special focus on turbulent flows and flow control. The executive committee were happy to host 95 participants from 11 countries and 3 continents, including 11 speakers in Karlsruhe, Germany. The workshop was organised under the patronage of the “MathSEE“ Centre of the Karlsruhe Institut of Technology and sponsored by - KIT-centre MathSEE - DFG Priority Program 1881 - DFG Colaborative Research Center/Transregio 150 The organisation of workshop was supported by Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Lattice Boltzmann Research Group at KIT.


2019/07/10

International Workshop on Data-driven Modeling and Optimization in Fluid Mechanics

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2019/06/29

LBRG at the open-day of the KIT

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2019/05/20

OpenLB release 1.3 available

Read more on the OpenLB website


2019/05/09

New project started: Thermal Comfort Evaluation by Lattice Boltzmann Simulations, Industry funded


2019/05/01

New project started: Fundamental investigation of particle-layer rearrangement in ceramic wall flow filters by resolved particle simulations, DFG funded

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2019/04/11

OpenLB at PowTech 2019, Nürnberg Germany (April 9th to 11th)

MesseOur Virtual Reality (VR) approach for process engineering applications shows OpenLB’s latest simulation results. In the VR presentation an observer can explore the data in a room filling virtual reality with VR glasses and controller.


Read more about our VR visualuation approach at https://www.openlb.net/vrar-visualization.


2019/03/19

New project started: Mesoscopic Molecular Dynamics Simulations - Development of Models and Computational Strategies for Complex Structural Bioinformatics Problems

Read more


2019/02/26

International Spring School at Mannheim University of Applied Sciences - With High-Performance Computers on the Way to the Digital Twin

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2019/01/17

New project: Mesoskopische Molekulardynamik Simulationen (MMD), DAAD ProBral Brasilien-Deutschland Initiative (2019-2020)


2018/11/24

Apply now for scholarship the third spring school Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab will take place 18-22 February 2019 in Mannheim. Until 14 December KIT students can apply for a participation scholarship by sending an e-mail with your CV to us.


2018/09/06

Registration Open for the Third Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab.

Read more on the OpenLB website


2018/09

Research to Business presents applied mathematics: Prof. Dr. Hermann Nirschl and Dr. Mathias J. Krause digitize particle streams in process engineering using numerical simulation and help to optimize industrial processes.

Read more


2018/07/10

Technology transfer in practice: KRESS Refrigerated trucks

Watch the video
Read more about the project


2018/06/19

Trailer shows simulations done with OpenLB.

Watch it on the OpenLB Youtube channel


2018/04/26

LBRG presents their Virtual Reality approach for process engineering applications at Achema 2018, Frankfurt Germany (June 11th to 15th, Hall 9.2 A80)

Read more on the OpenLB website


2018/03/23

LBM Spring School with OpenLB Software Lab successfully finished

Read more on the OpenLB website


2018/02/19

OpenLB release 1.2 available

Read more on the OpenLB website


2018/02/01

New team member Nicolas Hafen

He is working on the simulation of particulate fluid flows in gas particle systems in a collaboration of LBRG with the group Gas Particle Systems of Prof. Dr.-Ing Achim Dittler. Read more


2018/01/22

Registration for Proseminar Mathematische Algorithmen open

more information
register


2017/09/13

Registration Open for the Second Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab

Registration is now open for the spring school Lattice Boltzmann Methods with OpenLB Software Lab that will be held in Karlsruhe, Germany, from March 19th to March 23th. The spring school introduces scientists and applicants from industry to the theory of LBM and trains them on practical problems. The first half of the week is dedicated to the theoretical fundamentals of LBM up to ongoing research on selected topics. This is followed by mentored training on case studies using OpenLB in the second half, where the participants gain deep insights into LBM and its applications. This educational concept is probably unique in the LBM community and offers a comprehensive and personal guided approach to LBM. Participants also benefit from the knowledge exchange during poster session, coffee breaks and an excursion. We look forward to your participation.

Mind that the number of participants is limited and that the registration follows a first come first serve principle.

Registration: https://www.openlb.net/spring-school-registration
More information: https://www.openlb.net/spring-school-2018

On behalf of the spring school executive committee, Ezeddine Sediki, Mathias J. Krause, Mahdi Tekitek, Albert Mink.


2017/06/07

OpenLB Community YouTube Channel Update

New VideoA new video shows the results of a famous benchmark problem in CFD. The lid driven cavity problem illustrates a flow in a cuboid. The top wall moves from left to right with a constant velocity, while the other walls are fixed. The fundamental feature of this often studied fluid flow problem is the formation of a large primary vortex in the center and two smaller vortices near the two lower edges. Different techniques are applied to visualize the fluid flow including the vortices with the cavity. The source code of this simulations can be found in the examples section of the latest release of OpenLB. You will find more information in our show case section.


If you have a nice video which you have obtained with OpenLB, please let us know and we will link it or upload it. Please contact us.

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