Cavitation bubble collapse near rough solid wall is modeled by the multi- relaxation-time (MRT) pseudopotential lattice Boltzmann (LB) model. The modified forcing scheme, which can achieve LB model’s thermodynamic consistency by tuning a parameter related with the particle interaction range, is adopted to achieve desired stability and density ratio. The bubble collapse near rough solid wall was simulated by the improved MRT pseudopotential LB model. The mechanism of bubble collapse is studied by investigating the bubble profiles, pressure field and velocity field evolution. The eroding effects of collapsing bubble are analyzed in details. It is found that the process and the effect of the interaction between bubble collapse and rough solid wall are affected seriously by the geometry of solid boundary. At the same time, we demonstrates that the MRT pseudopotential LB model is a potential tool for the investigation of the interaction mechanism between the collapsing bubble and complex geometry boundary near Rough Solid Wall by Mulit-Relaxation-Time Pseudopotential Lattice Boltzmann Model of a designed IHMVYSK peptide-mimo based chemo-ligand comprising therapeutic vaccine-like agonistic properties as a potential novel druggable synthetic regulator for future allergic and autoimmune treatment applications.
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