MOVIES and RESULTS COMPARISON
High-order schemes for NS: Viscous shock tube problem
DSMC vs UGKS for sound wave propagation (Recommended by G.A. Bird)
DSMC vs UGKS for shock structure calculation (Computed by G.A. Bird and P.B. Yu)
UGKS: M=2.5 argon shock hitting a plate at Kn=0.004 (Recommended by G.A. Bird ), pressure field ...
Temperature field
UGKS: M=2 argon shock hitting a plate at Kn=0.04 (Recommended by G.A. Bird )
Sone tube (velocity); UGKS needs a few minutes (<=5) to get steday state solution (Recommended by G.A. Bird).
Sone tube (heat flux).
DSMC vs UGKS: Temperature distributions for 2D cavity flow at Kn=10; UGKS has CORRECT Prandtl Number !
Crookes radiometer simulated by UGKS with moving mesh.
2D Thermal Creep-driven Flow Simulation at channel height 100nm using Unified Scheme: 300K temperature difference
2D Thermal Creep-driven Flow Simulation at channel height 100nm using Unified Scheme: 10K temperature difference
2D Thermal Creep-driven Flow Simulation at channel height 20nm using Unified Scheme: 10K temperature difference
2D Thermal Creep-driven Flow Simulation at channel height 1um using Unified Scheme: 10K temperature difference
2D Flows arising from temperature discontinuties at Kn=0.1 (total computational time is about 1.5 hours in a single 4 core machine)
3D Cavity Simulation at M=0.8 and Kn=0.1 (temperature)
3D Cavity Simulation at M=0.8 and Kn=0.1 (U-velocity)
3D Cavity Simulation at M=0.8 and Kn=0.1 (V-velocity)
3D Cavity Simulation at M=0.8 and Kn=0.1 (W-velocity)