a MEMS device part 1

Some analysis for testing an LBM (D2Q9) numerical solver, using Duhammel’s principle

“Solving for 2 harmonic boundaries 1d fluid motion, under the low reynolds number approximation. The simplest case of constant, symmetric and anti-symmetric boundaries are solved first, and then using Duhammel’s principle, time varying boundaries are introduced. This example will serve as a test for a 1D projection of the higher-D numerical solver…”

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