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Boltzmann

(bōlts'mahn),
Ludwig, physicist in Hapsburg Empire, 1844-1906. See: Boltzmann constant.
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A General Multiple-relaxation-time Boltzmann Collision Model, International Journal of Modern Physics C 18(4): 635-643.
Realization of fluid boundary conditions via discrete Boltzmann dynamics", International Journal of Modern Physics C, 9(08), 1281-1292, 1998.
A molecular interpretation via the Boltzmann equation (see the sidebar for an overview) provides a compelling perspective for interpreting the temperature dependence of water vapor pressure.
A size-dependent cell sorting model with an asymmetric pinched flow is investigated numerically by immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann method.
The Lattice Boltzmann evolution equation of the single relaxation time is
i]), is given by the Boltzmann distribution, which is presented in eq.
The 3-year project of the European Union and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights starts in Kyrgyzstan, which envisions support to the work of the Ombudsman's Office.
Note that a Hopfield network with stochastic units is essentially a Boltzmann Machine.
The MPD is a combinatorial method suggested by Boltzmann in 1877 to derive the energy distribution of particles in a gas.
PowerFLOW 5 features a comprehensive revision of its core fluid simulation technology, including an enhanced model for turbulence, improved treatment of the critical boundary layer at the fluid-solid interface, and a ground-breaking, patent-pending thermal solver based on proprietary lattice Boltzmann technology.
Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have performed the most accurate measurement yet of the Boltzmann constant, which states how much energy at the individual particle level corresponds to each degree of temperature.