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Fluids Simulation

Tuesday, 26 July, 3:45 pm - 5:35 pm, Anaheim Convention Center, Ballroom D
Session Chair: Craig Schroeder, University of California, Los Angeles

Resolving Fluid Boundary Layers With Particle-Strength Exchange and Weak Adaptivity

This paper presents an easy-to-implement method to resolve fluid phenomena produced at the boundary layer due to small viscosity.

Xinxin Zhang
The University Of British Columbia

Minchen Li
The University Of British Columbia

Robert Bridson
Autodesk, Inc., The University Of British Columbia

Schrödinger's Smoke

A new method for simulation of fluids that is particularly adept at representing vorticity and the intricate visual phenomena that depend on it. The method takes ideas from quantum mechanics for an entirely new approach to fluid simulation, yet the resulting algorithms are very simple and efficient.

Albert Chern
California Institute of Technology

Felix Knöppel
Technischen Universität Berlin

Ulrich Pinkall
Technischen Universität Berlin

Peter Schröder
California Institute of Technology

Steffen Weißmann
Google

Surface-Only Liquids

A new liquid-simulation technique that operates on the surface only, without ever discretizing the volume, based on Helmholtz decomposition and the Bound Element Method.

Fang Da
Columbia University

David Hahn
Institute of Science and Technology Austria

Christopher Batty
University of Waterloo

Chris Wojtan
IST Austria

Eitan Grinspun
Columbia University

Efficient Fluid Simulation on the Surface of a Sphere

Formulated with primitive variables and a correct treatment of geometric terms arising from general curvilinear coordinates, this method for fluid flow on the surface of a sphere provides control parameters for art directability.

David Hill
Epic Games, Inc.

Ronald D. Henderson
Google

Multiphase SPH Simulation for Interactive Fluids and Solids

This paper extends existing multiple-fluid SPH frameworks to cover solid phases, including elasto-plastic solids, hypo-plastic solids, and granular materials. The generalized multiphase SPH framework is able to simulate interaction between multiple fluids and deformable solids, flow in porous media, and dissolution of deformable solids.

Xiao Yan
Tsinghua University

Yun-Tao Jiang
Tsinghua University

Chen-Feng Li
Swansea University

Ralph R. Martin
Cardiff University

Shi-Min Hu
Tsinghua University