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 //Phys. Rev. E, **77**, 056703 // //Phys. Rev. E, **77**, 056703 //
-This article analyses Multiple-Relaxation-Time (MRT) models and shows that they can be deficient in a low Mach-number regime. Additionally to this, the article is also great reference to various topics in lattice Boltzmann, thanks to its extensive introduction and discussionsIt explains in a precise and easily understandable way what MRT models are, how lattice Boltzmann equations are derived from the continuum Boltzmann equationhow the accuracy of a simulation can be increased using a trick by PSkordos, and other useful stuff.+This is a review paper for boundary conditions on straight walls in the "wet node" category (see [[models:bc|overview of boundary conditions]])The following four boundary conditions are presented along with directions for their algorithmic implementation: 
 +  * The Inamuro boundary condition 
 +  * The Zou/He boundary condition 
 +  * The regularized boundary condition 
 +  * The non-local Skordos boundary condition with variants 
 +They are compared on an equal footing, using a common theoretical frameworkFurthermoretheir accuracy and stability is challenged numerically in various 2D and 3D benchmarks. 
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