“Unified SPH model for fluid-shell simulations”

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    Unified SPH model for fluid-shell simulations

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    We present the two-way coupling of a fluid to thin deformable shells in a unified particle model. We use Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) for the simulation of both fluid and shells. Our cloth framework extends earlier work which uses SPH to simulate deformable and rigid volumes. Our results show realistic shell and cloth animations interacting with fluids without any leaks.

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    1. Monaghan, J. J. 2005. Smoothed particle hydrodynamics. Reports on Progress in Physics 68, 8 (August), 1703–1759.
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