[PD] navier stokes...

cyrille henry cyrille.henry at la-kitchen.fr
Wed Jul 28 17:48:33 CEST 2004


what do you exactly want to modeled? navier stokes equation are very 
complex and can be used to modeled lots of things like the acoustik of 
an organ or the whole earth atmosphere...

I think implementing navier stokes equations in gem is a big work, and 
to make it work in real time is quite impossible :
profesional software like fluent does not work in real time, even for 
small system.

in some very special case, the navier stokes equation got an explicit 
solution (most of the case, it's  highly chaotic). in that specific 
case, it's not so hard to draw the solution in real time with gem.
there is a try in the pmpd exemples :
exemple 19, 20 and 21 are a modelisation of a specific solution of 
navier stokes equation in a 2D field.
(to try them, you have to get the pmpd lib : on the cvs or at 

hope that help,

--//-- wrote:

> hi
> as i am no programmer i only can fairly estimate how hard it
> is to implement navier stokes equation in gem objects.
> has anyone thought of something similar yet.
> i think such object could really give very nice control data.
> lg and regards
> wolfgang schwarzenbrunner
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