Y. T. Chew spends much of his time researching Lattice Boltzmann methods, Mechanics, Classical mechanics, HPP model and Statistical physics. Y. T. Chew has researched Lattice Boltzmann methods in several fields, including Work, Mathematical analysis, Boundary value problem, Geometry and Compressibility. His Mechanics research includes elements of Immersed boundary method and Boltzmann equation.
His Classical mechanics research integrates issues from Potential flow around a circular cylinder, Isothermal flow, Open-channel flow, Hele-Shaw flow and Wake. His work deals with themes such as Lattice gas automaton, Least squares and Taylor series, which intersect with HPP model. His work in Statistical physics tackles topics such as Thermal which are related to areas like Natural convection, Thermal energy, Rayleigh scattering and Computer simulation.
Y. T. Chew mainly investigates Mechanics, Lattice Boltzmann methods, Mathematical analysis, Reynolds number and Classical mechanics. Many of his studies on Mechanics apply to Optics as well. His Lattice Boltzmann methods research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Compressibility, Lattice model, HPP model, Statistical physics and Taylor series.
His work in HPP model covers topics such as Boundary value problem which are related to areas like Distribution function. His Mathematical analysis study incorporates themes from Flow, Incompressible flow, Grid, Lattice and Inviscid flow. His research investigates the connection with Classical mechanics and areas like Potential flow around a circular cylinder which intersect with concerns in Drag.
Mechanics, Lattice Boltzmann methods, Flow, Reynolds number and Statistical physics are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on Mechanics, Y. T. Chew often connects relevant subjects like Classical mechanics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wetting, Mathematical analysis, Boltzmann equation and Incompressible flow, Compressibility.
His study looks at the relationship between Flow and fields such as Vortex, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His studies in Reynolds number integrate themes in fields like Fluid dynamics, Volumetric flow rate, Instability and Nozzle. His Statistical physics research includes themes of Ohnesorge number, Distribution function, Relaxation, Bubble and Finite volume method.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Lattice Boltzmann methods, Geometry, Wetting and Statistical physics. Drag, Nusselt number, Heat transfer, Pressure drop and Heat transfer enhancement are the subjects of his Mechanics studies. His Lattice Boltzmann methods research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Body force, Classical mechanics, Relaxation and Boltzmann equation.
His research integrates issues of Fluid–structure interaction, Shear flow, Flow and Rigidity in his study of Geometry. Y. T. Chew combines subjects such as Microfluidics, Nanotechnology and Open-channel flow with his study of Wetting. The various areas that Y. T. Chew examines in his Statistical physics study include Work, Distribution function, Numerical stability and HPP model.
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A lattice Boltzmann model for multiphase flows with large density ratio
H. W. Zheng;C. Shu;Y. T. Chew.
Journal of Computational Physics (2006)
Simplified thermal lattice Boltzmann model for incompressible thermal flows
Y. Peng;C. Shu;Y. T. Chew.
Physical Review E (2003)
Fluid flow and heat transfer in wavy microchannels
Y. Sui;C.J. Teo;P.S. Lee;Y.T. Chew.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2010)
Application of lattice Boltzmann method to simulate microchannel flows
C. Y. Lim;C. Shu;X. D. Niu;Y. T. Chew.
Physics of Fluids (2002)
A momentum exchange-based immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann method for simulating incompressible viscous flows
X.D. Niu;C. Shu;Y.T. Chew;Y. Peng.
Physics Letters A (2006)
Chaotic micromixers using two-layer crossing channels to exhibit fast mixing at low Reynolds numbers.
H. M. Xia;S. Y. M. Wan;C. Shu;Y. T. Chew.
Lab on a Chip (2005)
A novel immersed boundary velocity correction-lattice Boltzmann method and its application to simulate flow past a circular cylinder
C. Shu;N. Liu;Y.T. Chew.
Journal of Computational Physics (2007)
A 3D incompressible thermal lattice Boltzmann model and its application to simulate natural convection in a cubic cavity
Y. Peng;C. Shu;Y. T. Chew.
Journal of Computational Physics (2004)
A numerical study of flow past a rotating circular cylinder using a hybrid vortex scheme
Y. T. Chew;M. Cheng;S. C. Luo.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1995)
Characteristics of square cylinder wake transition flows
S. C. Luo;Y. T. Chew;Y. T. Ng.
Physics of Fluids (2003)
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