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Scalable Fluid Simulation using Anisotropic Turbulence Particles
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M.: Scalable fluid simulation using anisotropic turbulence particles
 In ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 papers (2010), SIGGRAPH ASIA ’10
"... Figure 1: Our method easily scales from an inexpensive, coarse fluid simulation to a detailed turbulent wake. The base solver, shown to the left uses only 32×8×32 cells. The remaining pictures show the influence of our turbulence model, with a varying number of particles from 250k to 1M and 4M from ..."
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Figure 1: Our method easily scales from an inexpensive, coarse fluid simulation to a detailed turbulent wake. The base solver, shown to the left uses only 32×8×32 cells. The remaining pictures show the influence of our turbulence model, with a varying number of particles from 250k to 1M and 4M from
Practical animation of liquids
 Graphical Models and Image Processing
, 1996
"... We present a comprehensive methodology for realistically animating liquid phenomena. Our approach unifies existing computer graphics techniques for simulating fluids and extends them by incorporating more complex behavior. It is based on the NavierStokes equations which couple momentum and mass con ..."
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. The resulting vector and scalar fields are used to drive a height field equation representing the liquid surface. The nature of the coupling between obstacles in the environment and free variables allows for the simulation of a wide range of effects that were not possible with previous computergraphics fluid
Measurements of the Solidbody Rotation of Anisotropic Particles in 3D Turbulence
, 2014
"... We introduce a new method to measure Lagrangian vorticity and the rotational dynamics of anisotropic particles in a turbulent fluid flow. We use 3D printing technology to fabricate crosses (two perpendicular rods) and jacks (three mutually perpendicular rods). Timeresolved measurements of their or ..."
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We introduce a new method to measure Lagrangian vorticity and the rotational dynamics of anisotropic particles in a turbulent fluid flow. We use 3D printing technology to fabricate crosses (two perpendicular rods) and jacks (three mutually perpendicular rods). Timeresolved measurements
Anisotropic turbulence in rotating magnetoconvection
"... Numerical simulations of the 3D MHDequations that describe rotating magnetoconvection in a Cartesian box have been performed using the code NIRVANA. The characteristics of largescale quantities like the turbulence intensity and the turbulent heat flux that are caused by the average action of the ..."
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Numerical simulations of the 3D MHDequations that describe rotating magnetoconvection in a Cartesian box have been performed using the code NIRVANA. The characteristics of largescale quantities like the turbulence intensity and the turbulent heat flux that are caused by the average action
COMPUTATIONALLYEFFICIENT AND SCALABLE IMPLEMENTATION OF CHEMISTRY IN LARGESCALE SIMULATIONS OF TURBULENT COMBUSTION
, 2013
"... A major challenge in the numerical simulations of turbulent reacting flows involving large numbers of chemical species and reactions is the accurate and computationallyefficient representation of combustion chemistry. Recent advances on the experimental and theoretical fronts of the study of real ..."
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. In our work, we focus on the combined LargeEddy Simulation (LES)/Probability Density Function (PDF) computations of turbulent reacting flows, in which the thermochemical composition of the fluid is represented by a large number of particles. To reduce the cost of chemistry calculations in large
NUMERICAL STUDY OF PARTICLELADEN ROTATING TURBULENCE
"... Dynamics of turbulence modulation and particle concentration in rotating flows, at a low particle volume fraction Ο(105), is studied using direct numerical simulation (DNS). Simulation results demonstrate that particle clusters parallel to the rotating axis are observed when the rotation effect is ..."
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Dynamics of turbulence modulation and particle concentration in rotating flows, at a low particle volume fraction Ο(105), is studied using direct numerical simulation (DNS). Simulation results demonstrate that particle clusters parallel to the rotating axis are observed when the rotation effect
G.: Reconstructing surfaces of particlebased fluids using anisotropic kernels
 In Proc. of the 2010 ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symp. on Comput. Anim
, 2010
"... In this paper we present a novel surface reconstruction method for particlebased fluid simulators such as Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics. In particlebased simulations, fluid surfaces are usually defined as a level set of an implicit function. We formulate the implicit function as a sum of anisotr ..."
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In this paper we present a novel surface reconstruction method for particlebased fluid simulators such as Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics. In particlebased simulations, fluid surfaces are usually defined as a level set of an implicit function. We formulate the implicit function as a sum
Adaptive Particle Splitting Based on Turbulence Energy for Fluid Simulations on GPUs
"... Abstract: We present a simulation method for particlebased fluids to capture smallscale features such as splashes in higher resolution than the underlying base simulation. For this purpose, we split particles in visually important regions of the fluid into smaller, highresolution particles. To re ..."
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Abstract: We present a simulation method for particlebased fluids to capture smallscale features such as splashes in higher resolution than the underlying base simulation. For this purpose, we split particles in visually important regions of the fluid into smaller, highresolution particles
Direct numerical simulation of turbulence
, 1998
"... The modulation of isotropic turbulence by particles has been investigated using direct numerical simulation (DNS). The particular focus of the present work is on the class of dilute flows in which particle volume fractions and interparticle collisions are negligible. Gravitational settling is also ..."
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The modulation of isotropic turbulence by particles has been investigated using direct numerical simulation (DNS). The particular focus of the present work is on the class of dilute flows in which particle volume fractions and interparticle collisions are negligible. Gravitational settling is also
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