TY - JOUR
TI - Magnetohydrodynamic cellular automata
AB - There has been a renewal of interest in cellular automata, partly because they give an architecture for a special purpose computer with parallel processing optimized to solve a particular problem. The lattice gas cellular automata are briefly surveyed, which are recently developed to solve partial differential equations such as hydrodynamics or magnetohydrodynamics. A new model is given in the present paper to implement the magnetic Lorentz force in a more deterministic and local procedure than the previous one. (author).
AU - Hatori, Tadatsugu [National Inst. for Fusion Science, Nagoya (Japan)]
KW - 99 GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS//MATHEMATICS, COMPUTING, AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
KW - 75 CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS, SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND SUPERFLUIDITY
KW - MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS
KW - PARALLEL PROCESSING
KW - CORRELATION FUNCTIONS
KW - CRYSTAL LATTICES
KW - CRYSTAL MODELS
KW - GASES
KW - LORENTZ FORCE
KW - NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS
KW - NUMERICAL SOLUTION
KW - QUANTUM MECHANICS
KW - CRYSTAL STRUCTURE
KW - DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
KW - EQUATIONS
KW - FLUID MECHANICS
KW - FLUIDS
KW - FUNCTIONS
KW - HYDRODYNAMICS
KW - MATHEMATICAL MODELS
KW - MECHANICS
KW - PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
KW - PROGRAMMING
KW - 990200* - Mathematics & Computers
KW - 640430 - Fluid Physics- Magnetohydrodynamics
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CY - Japan
PY - 1990
DA - 1990-03-01
LA - English
J2 - Progress of Theoretical Physics, Supplement (Kyoto); (Japan)
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