A particle-continuum hybrid framework for transport phenomena and chemical reactions in multicomponent systems at the micro and nanoscale
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The particle-continuum hybrid Laplacian method is extended as a framework for modeling all transport phenomena in fluids at the micro and nanoscale including multicomponent mass transfer and chemical reactions. The method is explained, and the micro-to-macro and macro-to-micro coupling steps are discussed. Two techniques for noise reduction (namely, the bonsai box (BB) and the seamless strategy) are discussed. Comparisons with benchmark full-molecular dynamics (MD) cases for micro and nano thermal and reacting flows show excellent agreement and good computational efficiency.
|Journal||Journal of Heat Transfer|
|Early online date||14 May 2015|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2015|