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“…Furthermore, we present results for two test scenarios using the D2Q9 model. To rate the performance and the errors of the (DABC), we compare our DABC results with results obtained from a constant pressure condition [21], an exit boundary condition based on Grad's approximation [23], and with results from a nonreflecting characteristic boundary condition (CBC) [7][8][9]. In fact, for the CBC at the right boundary of a rectangular computational domain, we numerically solve the system…”
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“…Furthermore, we present results for two test scenarios using the D2Q9 model. To rate the performance and the errors of the (DABC), we compare our DABC results with results obtained from a constant pressure condition [21], an exit boundary condition based on Grad's approximation [23], and with results from a nonreflecting characteristic boundary condition (CBC) [7][8][9]. In fact, for the CBC at the right boundary of a rectangular computational domain, we numerically solve the system…”
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“…For more details and the treatment of other boundaries we refer to [9]. In the exit condition [23] the unknown populations are computed by evaluating Grad's approximation:…”
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“…There are three main categories for NRBCs, including characteristic boundary conditions (CBCs) [17,18], absorbing boundary condition based on the perfectly matched layer (PML) concept [19,20] and based on the sponge layer concept [21,22]. These types of boundary conditions are successfully implemented to have stable numerical computing and realistic results based on the Navier-Stokes equations [17,19,21] and LBM [18,20,22].…”
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