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    • An Affine Semi-Lagrangian Advection Method 

      Marcoux-Ouellet, Jade (University of Waterloo, 2019-01-08)
      In computer graphics, the standard semi-Lagrangian advection as in the work of Stam (1999) is a widespread unconditionally stable transport scheme used in incompressible fluid solvers. Due to its stability, which disconnects ...
    • Animating Coupling between Inviscid Free-Surface Liquids and Elastic Deformable Bodies 

      Zarifi, Omar (University of Waterloo, 2017-08-16)
      Driven by demand for high-fidelity computer-generated imagery, physics-based animation has become an exciting frontier of research in computer science. Simulations of fluids and their interactions with other objects in the ...
    • Editing Fluid Flows with Divergence-Free Biharmonic Vector Field Interpolation 

      Ozdemir, Tumay (University of Waterloo, 2022-09-16)
      Achieving satisfying fluid animation through numerical simulation can be time-consuming because such simulations are computationally expensive to perform and there are few practical post-processing tools for editing of ...
    • Efficient Liquid Animation: New Discretizations for Spatially Adaptive Liquid Viscosity and Reduced-Model Two-Phase Bubbles and Inviscid Liquids 

      Goldade, Ryan (University of Waterloo, 2021-04-16)
      The work presented in this thesis focuses on improving the computational efficiency when simulating viscous liquids and air bubbles immersed in liquids by designing new discretizations to focus computational effort in ...
    • The Mimetic Approach to Incompressible Surface Tension Flows 

      Larionov, Egor (University of Waterloo, 2016-04-27)
      Water has many aesthetic properties that can have a strong impact on our perceptions. For instance, coffee can bring a feeling of liveliness, rain drops on a window may spark nostalgia, morning dew on a leaf can suggest ...
    • Signorini conditions for inviscid fluids 

      Gu, Yu (University of Waterloo, 2021-06-28)
      In this thesis, we present a new type of boundary condition for the simulation of inviscid fluids – the Signorini boundary condition. The new condition models the non-sticky contact of a fluid with other fluids or solids. ...
    • Simulation of the Ferrofluid Interface 

      Honke, Michael (University of Waterloo, 2020-05-14)
      Ferrofluids were initially invented as an additive for rocket fuels. The commercial applications of ferrofluids have since expanded, and have become popularized as desktop toys as well as an art form. Since 1987, ferrofluid ...


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