Sound, Fluids & Boundaries

Wednesday, 27 July, 10:45 am - 12:15 pm, Anaheim Convention Center, Ballroom D
Session Chair: Nikunj Raghuvanshi, Microsoft Corporation

Interactive Acoustic Transfer Approximation for Modal Sound

A method for fast runtime modal sound synthesis via efficient and general acoustic transfer precomputation. The approach enables interactive tuning for material parameters to achieve desired sound effects.

Dingzeyu Li
Columbia University

Yun Fei
Columbia University

Changxi Zheng
Columbia University

Toward Animating Water With Complex Acoustic Bubbles

This paper explores methods for synthesizing physics-based bubble sounds directly from two-phase incompressible simulations of bubbly water flows.

Timothy Langlois
Cornell University

Changxi Zheng
Columbia University

Doug James
Stanford University

Generalized Non-Reflecting Boundaries for Fluid Re-Simulation

This work introduces non-reflecting boundary conditions with inflow/outflow constraints that vary arbitrarily throughout space and time. The approach allows seamless integration of fluid simulations into complicated environments, as well as post-process effects like retroactively changing the location of solid obstacles and locally enhancing a pre-existing simulation.

Morten Bojsen-Hansen
Institute of Science and Technology Austria

Chris Wojtan
Institute of Science and Technology Austria

Preserving Geometry and Topology for Fluid Flows With Thin Obstacles and Narrow Gaps

This novel Eulerian fluid solver with enhanced support for thin solids and narrow flow regions based on a cut-cell grid relies on a new graph-based, topology-aware pressure solver and boundary-conforming interpolants for advection within general polyhedral cells.

Vinicius Azevedo
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Christopher Batty
University of Waterloo

Manuel Oliveira
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul