Tensorial slip theory for gas flows and comparison with molecular dynamics simulations using anisotropic gas-wall collision mechanism

Abstract : In this paper, we examine the anisotropic slip theory for gas flows based on tangential accommodation coefficients and compare it with molecular dynamics (MD) results. A special gas-wall boundary condition is employed within MD simulations to mimic the anisotropic gas-wall collision mechanism. Results from MD simulations with different surface orientations show a good agreement with the slip quantification proposed in this work.
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T. Tung Pham, Quy-Dong To, Guy Lauriat, Céline Léonard. Tensorial slip theory for gas flows and comparison with molecular dynamics simulations using anisotropic gas-wall collision mechanism. Physical Review E : Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, American Physical Society, 2013, 87 (5), pp.053012. ⟨hal-00820059⟩

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