DSMC11

Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sunday, September 25, 2011
DSMC11
Sunday, September 25, 2011 - Wednesday, September 28, 2011

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505-988-5531
211 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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DSMC:  Theory, Methods and Applications

Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, September 26 - 28, 2011

 


Workshop Agenda




Sunday Afternoon, September 25, 2011
Session 0: Short Course

1:00-5:00

General 3-D DSMC Codes with Emphasis on NASA’s DSMC Analysis Code (DAC)

G. J. LeBeau, F. E. Lumpkin

5:00-7:00

Opening Reception


Monday Morning, September 26, 2011

 

Session 1: Opening

8:30-9:00

Welcome

D. B. Dimos

 

Session 2: Collision Models

Chair: M. A. Gallis

9:00-10:00

Invited: Phenomenological Models in DSMC

G. A. Bird

10:00-10:20

Break

 

Session 3: DSMC Model Development

Chair: J. J. Brey

10:20-10:40

The Littlest Hadron Collider: DSMC Theory for an Ultra-Cold Atomic Collider

P. B. Blakie, A. C. W. Wade, D. Baillie, N. Kjaergaard

10:40-11:00

Comparison of Reaction Cross Sections for Two DSMC Models and Sensitivity in Nonequilibrium Flow

S. Gimelshein, N. Gimelshein, I. Wysong, W. McKeon, F. Esposito

11:00-11:20

Internal Energy Excitation and Dissociation of Molecular Nitrogen in Shock Waves

E. Torres, A. Munafò, T. E. Magin

11:20-11:40

Toward an Efficient Lennard-Jones Collision Model in DSMC

A. Venkattraman, A. Alexeenko

11:40-12:00

Direct Simulation of Normal Shock Waves Using Molecular Dynamics

P. Valentini, P. Tump, T. E. Schwartzentruber

12:00-1:00

Lunch

 

Monday Afternoon, September 26, 2011

 

Session 4: Experimental Measurements and DSMC

Chair: A. L. Garcia

1:00-2:00

Keynote: Perspectives of an Experimentalist Who Grew Up with DSMC and Related Techniques

E. P. Muntz

2:00-2:20

Kinetic Model of Oxidation of Aluminum Vapor in Air and Its Application for Simulations of Laser Evaporation of an Aluminum Target in Supersonic Shear Air

A. N. Volkov, L. V. Zhigilei

2:20-2:40

Flow and Structural Studies on an Innovative Micropump with a Built-in Thermal Bimorph Microvalve

Y.-L. Han

2:40-3:00

Thermal Accommodation Coefficients from DSMC-Based Analysis of Parallel-Plate Heat-Transfer Experiments

W. M. Trott, D. J. Rader, J. R. Torczynski, M. A. Gallis, J. N. Castañeda

3:00-3:20

Break

 

Session 5: Hypersonic Applications

Chair: G. J. LeBeau

3:20-3:40

DSMC-Based Automated Aerodynamic Optimization for a Lifting Reentry Vehicle

J. M. Burt, E. Josyula

3:40-4:00

Gas-Kinetic Studies on Rarefied Plume Flows Title

C. Cai, L. Wang, C. Zou

4:00-4:20

Simulation of a Rocket Plume Entraining Lunar Dust

A. B. Morris, D. B. Goldstein, P. L. Varghese, L. M. Trafton

4:20-4:40

Interaction Between Jet and Main Stream Under Rarefied Conditions

Q. Sun, J. Fan, C. Cai

4:40-5:00

Development of a Hybrid DSMC/Navier-Stokes Solver for Boundary Layer Flow Involving Polyatomic Gas Mixtures

K. A. Stephani, D. B. Goldstein, P. L. Varghese

5:00

Free Evening

 

Tuesday Morning, September 27, 2011

 

Session 6: Chemistry

Chair: D. B. Goldstein

8:00-9:00

Invited: Non-Equilibrium Chemistry and Rarefied Flows
P. L. Varghese

9:00-9:20

Modeling Stardust Ablation Processes at High Altitude

E. Farbar, I. D. Boyd, A. Martin

9:20-9:40

Effects of Chemical Models by Park and by Gupta on Thermo-Fluid-Dynamic Parameters in Continuum Low-Density Regime

G. Zuppardi, L. Morsa

9:40-10:00

Applying Bird’s Quantum-Kinetic Model

D. VanGilder, R. Wilmoth, J. Papp

10:00-10:20

Break

 

Session 7: New Implementations

Chair:  I. J. Wysong

10:20-10:40

Solving Free-Molecular Flows in COMSOL by the Angular Coefficient Method

J. H. T. Ransley, S. Clucas, D. Smith

10:40-11:00

Going Gridless Again

S. E. Olson, A. J. Christlieb

11:00-11:20

A Multiple-GPU Accelerated Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method

C.-C. Su, J.-S. Wu, M. R. Smith, C.-W. Hsieh, K.-C. Tseng, F.-A. Kuo

11:20-11:40

Thermally Driven Convective Flow Simulations Based on a Monte Carlo Algorithm with Small Number of Particles in Cells

M. Vargas, S. K. Stefanov

11:40-12:00

Bayesian Inference for the Calibration of DSMC Parameters

J. S. Strand, D. B. Goldstein

12:00-1:00

Lunch

 

Tuesday Afternoon, September 27, 2011

 

Session 8: Ionization and Radiation

Chair: C. Cai

1:00-2:00

Invited: Progress in DSMC Modeling of Radiation Behind a Shock Wave in Air

D. Bruno

2:00-2:20

Implementation of an Electrostatic Direct Implicit Particle-In-Cell, Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Algorithm

D. S. Liechty, M. J. Lewis

2:20-2:40

DSMC Modeling of NO Formation for Radiation Calculation in Hypersonic Flows

Z. Li, I. Sohn, D. A. Levin

2:40-3:00

Vacuum Arc Discharge Code-to-Code Comparison Study

P. S. Crozier, H. Timkó, M. M. Hopkins

3:00-3:20

Break

 

Session 9: BGK/Hybrid/Discrete-Velocity Algorithms

Chair: J.-S. Wu

3:20-3:40

Unified Scheme for Rarefied Flow Computations

K. Xu, J. C. Huang, P. B. Yu

3:40-4:00

Multispecies Gas Simulations Using a Hybrid Particle-Continuum Method

A. M. Verhoff, I. D. Boyd

4:00-4:20

Discrete Velocity Method with Variable Grids in Velocity Space and Internal Energy

P. Clarke, D. Hegermiller, P. Bauman, C. Simmons, A. Morris, D. Goldstein, P. Varghese

4:20-4:40 Particle Approaches to Modeling Non-Equilibrium Homogeneous Condensation
N. E. Gimelshein, S. F. Gimelshein, I. J. Wysong

4:40-5:00

DSMC-Based ES-BGK Simulations of Transport Between Parallel Walls

M. A. Gallis, J. R. Torczynski

6:30

Banquet

 

Wednesday Morning, September 28, 2011

 

Session 10: Lattice Boltzmann and Granular Gases

Chair: P. L. Varghese

8:00-9:00

Invited: Artificial Compressibility Method and Lattice Boltzmann Method

T. Ohwada

9:00-9:20

Local Cooling Rates and Lack of Energy Partition in Inhomogeneous Granular Gas Mixtures

J. J. Brey

9:20-9:40

Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in a Dilute Granular Gas: The Shear State

M. J. Ruiz-Montero

9:40-10:00

DSMC Method for Simulations of Multiphase Gas-Solid Particle Flows

A. N. Volkov, Yu. M. Tsirkunov, V. V. Semenov

10:00-10:20

Break

 

Session 11: Planetary Applications

Chair: F. E. Lumpkin

10:20-10:40

Axisymmetric Implementation for 3D-Based DSMC Codes
B. D. Stewart, F. E. Lumpkin, G. J. LeBeau

10:40-11:00

3D DSMC Simulations of Io’s Unsteady Sublimation-Driven Atmosphere and Its Sensitivity to the Lower Surface Boundary Conditions

A. C. Walker, D. B. Goldstein, P. L. Varghese, L. M. Trafton, C. H. Moore

11:00-11:20

3D Simulation of Io’s Atmospheric Interaction with the Jovian Plasma Torus

C. H. Moore, A. C. Walker, N. Parsons , D. B. Goldstein, P. L. Varghese, L. M. Trafton, D. A. Levin

11:20-11:40

Modeling Gas and Dust Flow in Io’s Pele Plume

W. J. McDoniel, D. B. Goldstein, P. L. Varghese, L. M. Trafton

11:40-12:00

 CHIMP Simulation Framework and Database

A. J. Christlieb, S. E. Olson

12:00-1:00

Lunch

 

Wednesday Afternoon, September 28, 2011


Session 12: MEMS and NEMS

Chair: D. J. Rader

1:00-1:20

Investigation of Microchannels with Bends Using DSMC

C. White, T. J. Scanlon, J. M. Reese

1:20-1:40

Low-Variance Deviational Monte Carlo Simulation for Applications in Nanotechnology

G. A. Radtke, T. A. Klein, N. G. Hadjiconstantinou

1:40-2:00

A Characteristics-Based Boundary Conditions Method for Unstructured DSMC Simulation of Rarefied Flows

N. A. Gatsonis, S. Averkin

2:00-2:20

DSMC Simulations of the Gas Mass Flow Rate in a Microscale Tube

J. R. Torczynski, M. A. Gallis

2:20-2:40

Enhancement of Diffusive Transport by Nonequilibrium Thermal Fluctuations

A. Donev, J. B. Bell, A. de la Fuente, A. L. Garcia

2:40

Farewell Reception

 
Workshop Co-chairs

Alejandro L. Garcia, San Jose State University, Michael A. Gallis, Sandia National Laboratories

 

 

 

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    Phone: 505-284-8861
    Email: eanders@sandia.gov

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