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Old   October 17, 2009, 06:58
Default Grid-Based Fluid Dynamics
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Ian Mallett
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Hello everyone,

I'm very new to fluid dynamics. I have an implementation of the fluid dynamics presented here, and I understand it.

It seems that it only works correctly for gases; the space is assumed to be empty, and the gas expands to fill its container over time (i.e., its density decreases). Forces can also be applied.

However, I am also looking for liquid fluids. As I mentioned, I am very new to fluid dynamics. How would one go about creating liquid fluids in a grid-based scheme?

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