An Efficient NRxx Method for Micro-flow Simulation
Speaker:Prof. Heyu Wang
Department of Mathematics
Zhejiang University
Date & Time:16 Aug 2013 (Friday) 11:00
Organized by:Department of Mathematics


A NRxx Method is a numerical method for solving regularized moment equations for arbitrary order of moments without any explicit moment equations. In this talk, we introduce how to solve Boltzmann-BGK equations directly by this method to simulate some important phenomenon of complex flow, such as micro-flow.


Prof. Heyu Wang is currently an Associate Professor of Department of Mathematics of Zhejiang University. Prof. Wang obtained his Ph.D. at Hong Kong Baptist University. He has received various awards, such as, Excellent Head Teacher Award of Zhejiang University, and the Second Prize of the 3rd Paper Competition for Young Computational Mathematicians. Prof. Wang is interested in Scientific Computing, Numerical Method, of Partial Differential Equations, Adaptive Method, and Foundation of Numerical Analysis. The publications of Prof. Wang include, A moving mesh method for kinetic/hydrodynamic coupling, Two-phase Viscoelastic Flow Simulation by Moving Finite Element Method, and Efficient computation of dentritic growth with r-adaptive finite element methods etc.