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Physics-based flow visualization techniques seek to mimic laboratory flow visualization methods with virtual analogues. In this work we describe the rendering of a virtual rheoscopic fluid to produce images with results strikingly similar to laboratory experiments with real-world rheoscopic fluids using products such as Kalliroscope. These fluid additives(More)
We present an end-to-end optimization of the innovative Arbitrary high-order DERivative Discontinuous Galerkin (ADER-DG) software SeisSol targeting Intel<sup>&#174;</sup> Xeon Phi<sup>&#8482;</sup> coprocessor platforms, achieving unprecedented earthquake model complexity through coupled simulation of full frictional sliding and seismic wave propagation.(More)
Figure 1: On the left, a single, connected component of high enstrophy, colored blue. This component is surrounded by hundreds of smaller connected components of high enstrophy. On the right, we render those smaller components as well, in red. The region displayed in these images represents less than one millionth of the simulation's total volume; the 4096(More)
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