From Particle Systems to Partial Differential Equations : PSPDE V, Braga, Portugal, November 2016, Patrícia Gonçalves, Ana Jacinta Soares, editors, (electronic book)
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 Intro; Preface; Contents; Linear Boltzmann Equations: A Gradient Flow Formulation; 1 Introduction; 2 A Gradient Flow Formulation of Heat Equation and Linear Boltzmann Equation; 2.1 Heat Equation; 2.2 Linear Boltzmann Equations; 3 Diffusive Scaling; References; NavierStokes Hydrodynamic Limit of BGK Kinetic Equations for an Inert Mixture of Polyatomic Gases; 1 Introduction; 2 BGK Model; 3 Hydrodynamic Limit: Conserved Quantities and Leading Order Accuracy; 4 First Order Distributions fs(1); 5 Asymptotic Closure and NavierStokes Equations; 5.1 Computation of Number Densities
 5.2 Computation of Diffusion Velocities5.3 Computation of Dynamical Pressure and of Viscous Stress Tensor; 5.4 Computation of Thermal Heat Flux; 6 Conclusion and Perspectives; References; Quantization of Probability Densities: A Gradient Flow Approach; 1 Introduction; 2 A Compendium of Quantization Theory; 3 The Gradient Flow Approach; 4 The OneDimensional Case; 4.1 Computing FN,r in the OneDimensional Setting; 4.2 The Slowly Varying Setting; 4.3 The Continuous Functional mathcalFr and its L2Gradient Flow; 4.4 The Eulerian Formulation of the Gradient Flow
 4.5 Gradient Structure of the Eulerian Formulation (4)4.6 Main Results in the OneDimensional Case; 5 The TwoDimensional Case; 6 Final Remarks; References; SemiLagrangian Approximation of BGK Models for Inert and Reactive Gas Mixtures; 1 Introduction; 2 Kinetic BoltzmannType Equations; 3 BGK Model Preserving Exchange Rates; 3.1 The BGK Model of Andries, Aoki and Perthame (AAP); 3.2 The Extension to a Chemically Reacting Mixture; 4 BGK Models Preserving Global Conservations; 4.1 Relaxation Model for Inert Mixtures; 4.2 Extension to the Reactive Case
 5 Lagrangian Formulation of the BGK Equation and Numerical Schemes5.1 First Order Scheme; 5.2 Second Order BDF Method; 6 Numerical Approximation of BGK Models for Mixtures; 6.1 First Order SemiLagrangian Scheme for the AAP BGK Model; 6.2 Sketch of the First Order SemiLagrangian Scheme for the Reactive BGK Model; 7 Numerical Results; References; Hydrostatic Limit and Fick's Law for the Symmetric Exclusion with Long Jumps; 1 Introduction; 2 Notation and Results; 2.1 The Model; 2.2 Hydrostatic Equation; 2.3 Statement of Results; 3 Hydrostatic Limit and Fick's Law; 3.1 Proof of Theorem 1
 3.2 Proof of Theorem 24 Proof of Theorem 3; References; Hydrodynamic Analysis of Sound Wave Propagation in a Reactive Mixture Confined Between Two Parallel Plates; 1 Introduction; 2 Description of the Mixture; 3 Statement of the Problem; 4 Hydrodynamic Equations for the Reactive Mixture; 5 Analysis of Sound Propagation in the Reactive Mixture; 6 Results and Discussion; 7 Final Remarks and Future Plans; References; Porous Medium Model in Contact with Slow Reservoirs; 1 Introduction; 2 Statement of Results; 2.1 The Model; 2.2 Hydrodynamic Equations; 2.3 Hydrodynamic Limit
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