“Evaluation of Stretched Thread Lengths in Spinnability Simulations” by Mukai, Nishikawa and Chang

  • ©Nobuhiko Mukai, Taishi Nishikawa, and Youngha Chang

  • ©Nobuhiko Mukai, Taishi Nishikawa, and Youngha Chang



Entry Number: 62


    Evaluation of Stretched Thread Lengths in Spinnability Simulations



    In this paper, we report evaluation of thin stretched thread lengths in spinnability simulations. There are many previous studies related to viscoelastic fluid, however, there are few studies that represent “spinnability”, which is a feature that the material is stretched thin and long. Although some studies represented thread-forming property, they did not evaluate the stretched length of the material. We also tried to represent spinnability of viscoelastic fluid, however, the simulation results were not similar to a real material. Therefore, we try to perform spinnability simulations with three kinds of models, and evaluate stretched thread lengths by comparison of simulation results with a literature datum.


    • Héctor Barreiro, Ignacio García-Fermández, Iván Alduán, and Miguel A. Otaduy. 2017. Conformation Constraints for Efficient Viscoelastic Fluid Simulation. ACM Transactions on Graphics 36, 6 (2017), Article No.221. https://doi.org/10.1145/3130800.3130854 
    • Hanswalter Giesekus. 1982. A Simple Constitutive Equation for Polymer Fluids based on the Concept of Deformation-dependent Tensorial Mobility. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 11, 1-2 (1982), 69–109. https://doi.org/10.1016/0377-0257(82)85016-7 
    • Seiichi Koshizuka. 2014. Introduction to Particle Method. Maruzen, Tokyo. 
    • Nobuhiko Mukai, Kentaro Ito, Masashi Nakagawa, and Makoto Kosugi. 2010. Spinnability Simulation of Viscoelastic Fluid. In Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 2010 Posters. Article No.18. https://doi.org/10.1145/1836845.1836864 
    • Taishi Nishikawa, Youngha Chang, and Nobuhiko Mukai. 2016. Spinnability Representation of Viscoelastic Fluid based on a Particle Method. In Proceedings of NICOGRAPH 2016. 169–172. 
    • Daniel Ram, Theodore Gast, Chenfanfu Jiang, Craig Schroeder, Alexy Sromakhin, Joseph Teran, and Pirouz Kavehpour. 2015. A Material Point Method for Viscoelastic Fluids, Foams and Sponges. In Proceedings of the 14th ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation. 157–163. https://doi.org/10.1145/2786784.2786798 
    • Chris Wojtan and Greg Turk. 2008. Fast Viscoelastic Behavior with Thin Features. ACM Transactions on Graphics 27, 3 (2008), Article No.47. https://doi.org/10.1145/1360612.1360646.



ACM Digital Library Publication:

Overview Page: