Kumara, Kirana P and Ghosal, Ashitava (2011) Real-time Computer Simulation of Three Dimensional Elastostatics using the Finite Point Method. In: Applied Mechanics and Materials, 110-16 . pp. 2740-2745.
AMM.pdf - Accepted Version
Real-time simulation of deformable solids is essential for some applications such as biological organ simulations for surgical simulators. In this work, deformable solids are approximated to be linear elastic, and an easy and straight forward numerical technique, the Finite Point Method (FPM), is used to model three dimensional linear elastostatics. Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) is used to accelerate computations. Results show that the Finite Point Method, together with GPU, can compute three dimensional linear elastostatic responses of solids at rates suitable for real-time graphics, for solids represented by reasonable number of points.
|Item Type:||Journal Article|
|Additional Information:||Authors acknowledge Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland, for giving permission to archive the accepted version of the present paper in the present institutional repository. DOI for this journal article is given by 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.110-116.2740 The present item (#41767) has the same title as the item #38262. The reason is that the same article (with the same title) has been published in a conference proceedings as well as in a journal. The present item (#41767) is a journal article, while the item #38262 is a conference paper.|
|Department/Centre:||Division of Mechanical Sciences > Centre for Product Design & Manufacturing|
|Date Deposited:||27 Oct 2011 05:20|
|Last Modified:||27 Oct 2011 05:20|
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