Monday, November 17, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Room 104-A (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Fluid Mechanics (01j)

#170 - Novel Numerical Methods In Fluid Mechanics (01J15)
Contributed talks on novel numerical methods in fluid mechanics; jointly sponsored with Area 10d
Chair:R. Sureshkumar
CoChair:Dimitrios Papavassiliou
CoSponsor(s):Applied Mathematics and Numerical Analysis (10d)
3:15 PMHydrodynamic Interactions Effects on the Brownian Induced Pore-Translocation: Forward Flux Sampling Study
Juan P. Hernandez-Ortiz, Michael D. Graham, Juan J. De Pablo
3:30 PMRestructuring of Colloidal Aggregates in Simple Shear
Yogesh M. Harshe, Marco Lattuada, Massimo Morbidelli
3:45 PMThe Effect of Diffusivities In Hindered Settling Function for Concentrated Polydisperse Suspensions
Shihai Feng, Christopher G. Stoltz, Kim Rasmussen, Stephen A. Altobelli, Alan Graham
4:00 PMDeformable Multiparticle Adhesive Dynamics. A New Parallel Computational Method for the Receptor-Mediated Adhesion of Multiple Elastically Deformable Cells near a Wall In Shear Flow
David J. Gee, Michael R. King
4:15 PMSolution of the Boltzmann Equation for Fluid Flows In Microchannels at Finite Knudsen Numbers with a Third-Order Quadrature-Based Moment Method
Alberto Passalacqua, Prakash Vedula, R. O. Fox
4:30 PMSimulation of Non-Newtonian Flows In Bioreactors Using Lattice Boltzmann Method
Pietro Santagati, Johannes Khinast
4:45 PMUsing a Particle Method to Investigate Mass Transfer in Biological Porous Media
Roman S. Voronov, Samuel VanGordon, Vassilios I. Sikavitsas, Dimitrios Papavassiliou
5:00 PMDirect Numerical Simulation of 1000 Deformable Capsules In Channel Flow
Prosenjit Bagchi, RamMurthy Kalluri
5:15 PMInvestigation of the Fluid Dynamics In a Multi-Inlet Vortex Reactor by Computational Fluid Mechanics and Micro Particle Image Velocimetry
Chungyin Cheng, R. O. Fox, Michael G. Olsen
5:30 PMAn Adaptive Lattice Boltzmann Method for the Simulation of Gas-Liquid Flows
Zhao Yu, Liang-Shih Fan

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