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Interactive Incompressible Fluids

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Daniel Armyr (view profile)

 

09 Apr 2013 (Updated )

A GPU-enabled interactive demo of Navier-Stokes equations for incompressible fluids.

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Description

An interactive GUI showing particles flowing in a liquid field described by Navier-Stokes equations for incompressible fluids. Click and drag with the mouse to add forces to the liquid. Uses Jos Stam's unconditionally stable FFT-based algorithm implemented in MATLAB Code for real-time performance.

Acknowledgements

This file inspired Interactive Incompressible Fluids (Karlsson Version).

Required Products Parallel Computing Toolbox
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MATLAB release MATLAB 8.1 (R2013a)
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18 Dec 2015 Stefan Karlsson

Stefan Karlsson (view profile)

Daniel,

I uploaded a version that does not require the parallel computing toolbox, and that has adressed some bugs and more optimized for performance.

The bugs are computational, in the sense that there are inaccuracies that shouldnt be here. Most noticeably there are boundary effects, and interpolation errors.

May I say again what a nice submission this is!
Cheers, Stefan

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08 Nov 2015 Stefan Karlsson

Stefan Karlsson (view profile)

instructive, efficent and fun

29 Oct 2015 Fayazr

Fayazr (view profile)

 
20 Dec 2013 Daniel Armyr

Daniel Armyr (view profile)

Or? It is listed under "Required Products" now at least.

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19 Dec 2013 Andreas

You forgot to mention that the parallel computing toolbox is needed.

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06 Jun 2013 Paul Kassebaum  
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01 Sep 2016 1.0.0.1

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