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 This paper shows among other things how to get the lattice Boltzmann equation from the discrete Boltzmann equation. The trapezoid rule is used to integrate along the path of a fluid element in space and time, which shows that the numerical scheme is second-order accurate. It is therefore useful to read this paper together with [[literature:he_97|He et al. 1997]], because the path integration is only resolved with first-order accuracy in the latter. The whole "from discrete Boltzmann to lattice Boltzmann" business is also summarized nicely in [[literature:dellar_03|Dellar 2003]]. This paper shows among other things how to get the lattice Boltzmann equation from the discrete Boltzmann equation. The trapezoid rule is used to integrate along the path of a fluid element in space and time, which shows that the numerical scheme is second-order accurate. It is therefore useful to read this paper together with [[literature:he_97|He et al. 1997]], because the path integration is only resolved with first-order accuracy in the latter. The whole "from discrete Boltzmann to lattice Boltzmann" business is also summarized nicely in [[literature:dellar_03|Dellar 2003]].
  
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