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# SimScale's LBM Solver Validation Case

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As a recent addition to the SimSclae platform, our new GPU-based solver using the Lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) pairs high accuracy with unparalleled speed and is accessible via the cloud. The CFD results in this public project were compared to the experimental results and found to have good correlation. Find out more about how to validate your own cases with SimScale.

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### SimScale's LBM Solver Validation Case

1. 1. Pedestrian Wind Comfort | CFD Validation
2. 2. ● ● ● Wind velocity at 2m height for west wind in case “E”
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9. 9. Velocity [m/s] Velocity [m/s]
10. 10. Pearson Coeﬃcient r = 0.70 Probe Point Number
11. 11. Velocity [m/s] Velocity [m/s]
12. 12. Pearson Coeﬃcient r = 0.75 Probe Point Number
13. 13. Velocity [m/s] Velocity [m/s]
14. 14. Pearson Coeff r = 0.86 Probe Point Number
15. 15. Velocity [m/s] Velocity [m/s]
16. 16. Pearson Coeﬃcient r = 0.80 Probe Point Number