Fluids

Thursday, 9 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 6CF
Session Chair/Discussant: Markus Gross, ETH Zürich

Bubbling and Frothing Liquids

A method to generate bubbles from gas contained in liquids and simulate their dynamic behavior using a particle-based fluid simulation technique.

Paul Cleary
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Soon Hyoung Pyo
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute

Mahesh Prakash
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Bon Ki Koo
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute

Simulation of Bubbles in Foam With Volume Control

Volumes of fluid regions in simulated bubbles are controlled by this proposed volume-control method, which applies carefully computed divergences to compensate for the volume error.

ByungMoon Kim
Yingjie Liu
Georgia Institute of Technology

Ignacio Llamas
NVIDIA Corporation

Xiangmin Jiao
Jarek Rossignac
Georgia Institute of Technology

Wave Particles

A new method for real-time, unconditionally stable simulation of fluid-surface waves and their two-way interactions with floating objects of arbitrary shape.

Cem Yuksel
Donald H. House
John C. Keyser
Texas A&M University

A Fast Variational Framework for Accurate Solid-Fluid Coupling

A simple new simulation approach to animating fluid coupled with arbitrary solids, providing significantly faster simulation, sub-grid resolution, and a novel wall-separation boundary condition.

Christopher Batty
Florence Bertails
Robert Bridson
The University of British Columbia