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Computers & Fluids
A translating discontinuous-grid-block model for moving boundaries of finite thickness based on multirelaxation time version of lattice Boltzmann method has been developed. The implementation of this model to simulate moving boundary flows has been demonstrated for the cases of a cylinder in simple shear flow, a single rigid wing executing 'clap and fling' motion, and the propulsion of a plunging flat plate. A number of interpolation schemes of linear, quadratic and cubic natures are assesseddoi:10.1016/j.compfluid.2015.11.003 fatcat:etadlab6gjdevi5k2hjdrmhsfu