“Simulation of a pliable jellyfish in fluids” by Hirato and Kawaguchi

  • ©Junsei Hirato and Yoichiro Kawaguchi

  • ©Junsei Hirato and Yoichiro Kawaguchi

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    Simulation of a pliable jellyfish in fluids

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    Physical simulation of molluscous is hard task. Recently motion of molluscous has been represented in various fields such as movies and computer games, however physical simulation techniques is often ignored due to huge computational cost, therefore simple motion – completely regular, cyclic or symmetrical motion – is frequently used. In this paper, we propose the method for asymmetrical motion of molluscous, especially jellyfish, by an easy mechanism with few computational complexity.

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    1. S. Koshizuka, and Y. Oka. 1996. Moving-particle semi-implicit method for fragmentation of incompressible fluid. Nucl. Sci. Eng. 123, 3, 421–434.


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