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Sets of simulation runs based on parameter and model variation, so-called ensembles, are increasingly used to model physical behaviors whose parameter space is too large or complex to be explored automatically. Visualization plays a key role in conveying important properties in ensembles, such as the degree to which members of the ensemble agree or disagree(More)
Simulating complex events is a challenge and often requires carefully selecting simulation parameters. As vast computation resources become available, researchers can run alternative parameter settings or simulation models in parallel, creating an ensemble of possible outcomes for a given event of interest. The visual analysis of ensembles is one of(More)
Numerical ensemble forecasting is a powerful tool that drives many risk analysis efforts and decision making tasks. These ensembles are composed of individual simulations that each uniquely model a possible outcome for a common event of interest: e.g., the direction and force of a hurricane, or the path of travel and mortality rate of a pandemic. This paper(More)
Characterizing the interplay between the vortices and forces acting on a wind turbine's blades in a qualitative and quantitative way holds the potential for significantly improving large wind turbine design. This paper introduces an integrated pipeline for highly effective wind and force field analysis and visualization. We extract vortices induced by a(More)
Crease surfaces describe extremal structures of 3D scalar fields. We present a new region-growing-based approach to the meshless extraction of adaptive nonmanifold valley and ridge surfaces that overcomes limitations of previous approaches by decoupling point seeding and triangulation of the surface. Our method is capable of extracting valley surface(More)
Particle tracing in time-varying flow fields is traditionally performed by numerical integration of the underlying vector field. This procedure can become computationally expensive, especially in scattered, particle-based flow fields, which complicate interpolation due to the lack of an explicit neighborhood structure. If such a particle-based flow field(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Keywords: Multi-phase fluid Level set Topology method Point-based multi-fluid simulation Liquid–liquid extraction is a typical multi-fluid problem in chemical engineering where two types of immiscible fluids are mixed together. Mixing of two-phase fluids results in a time-varying fluid density distribution,(More)
Multifluid simulations often create volume fraction data, representing fluid volumes per region or cell of a fluid data set. Accurate and visually realistic extraction of fluid boundaries is a challenging and essential task for efficient analysis of multifluid data. In this work, we present a new material interface reconstruction method for such volume(More)