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Aims

- Unify existing computer graphics techniques - Extends more complex behavior

Previous techniques

- Not possible reflection, refraction, diffraction, rotational effects (eddies, vorticity, splashing)

- Reason of Failure : In both case, Only Surface, Not Pressure

- Lack of control

Paper's Aims

- Realism : NavierStokes equation - Usability : Not special case, Attention on surface - Controlling : Inflow, outflow, Pressure not natural way

Procedure

-NavierStokes equation -Liquid free surface -Height field equation -Lagrange equations of motion : bouyant object -Methods for control -Examples

NAVIERSTOKES EQUATIONS

NS EQUATIONS : Discretization

Continuity Equation

Pressure Correction

Update Velocity

Update Pressure

Boundary Equations

Stationary obstacle u0 = 0

Inflow & Outflow Inflow : Required velocity Outflow : v in adjacent cell Free Surface

smooth and accurate representation adjust contents of mesh over time higher than mesh resolution 1. Marker Particles 2. Free Surface Particles 3. Height Field

Add particle at inflow boundary Area Weighing interpolation Cell configuration - No Particle : Empty - Particle & Adjacent Empty : Surface - Full

Example : Frames from two-dimensional animations making use of marker particles. A jet of water splashes into a concrete tank (a)(d).

Every fluid cell -> boundary between fluid and obstacle or air

Cell configuration : Region Growing algorithms

Puddle, river, ocean : No complex geometry Each Vertical column of Cell : Has Surface Height(Defined along Y axis)

Cell configuration : Set Empty, Surface and Full according to Cell Height

Buoyancy

Discretization : Rigid dynamic object -> Set of nodes n_i Force acting on the node

f_q : total force & torque g_q : coriolis & centrifugal force There are Assumptions or Limits

q : degree of freedom

1. Define obstacle and starting fluid configuration, and place dynamic object 2. Set initial pressure and velocity conditions 3. Determine cell contents depending on the method used to track the surface 4. Set up boundary conditions for the free surface and obstacle cells 5. Compute for all Full cells

6. Perform the pressure iteration for all Full cell 7. Recalulate boundary velocities for Surface cells 8. Update the position of the surface and objects. 9. Go to step 3

Control

Methods for controlling the fluid surface 1. Inflow and Outflow velocities : eg. broken dam 2. Surface Pressure History Natural way (Pressure to Surface) : eg. wind effect In two dimensions, interesting wave can be developed using the forcing function

Examples

Examples

Case : Geometry is rotationally symmetric

Examples

Moon night cove

Examples

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