MODELLING OF TRANSIENT HEAT TRANSPORT IN CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS USING THE INTERVAL LATTICE BOLTZMANN METHOD (TWO-DIMENSIONAL MODEL)
In the paper the two-dimensional numerical modelling of heat transfer in crystalline solids is considered. In the mathematical description the relaxation time and the boundary conditions are given as interval numbers. The problem formulated has been solved by means of the interval lattice Boltzmann method using the rules of directed interval arithmetic.
Boltzmann transport equation; interval lattice Boltzmann method; directed interval arithmetic
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