Using Temporary Explicit Meshes for Direct Flux Calculation on Implicit Surfaces

@inproceedings{Manstetten2017UsingTE,
  title={Using Temporary Explicit Meshes for Direct Flux Calculation on Implicit Surfaces},
  author={Paul Manstetten and Josef Weinbub and Andreas H{\"o}ssinger and Siegfried Selberherr},
  booktitle={ICCS},
  year={2017}
}
We focus on a surface evolution problem where the surface is represented as a narrow-band level-set and the local surface speed is defined by a relation to the direct visibility of a source plane above the surface. A level-set representation of the surface can handle complex evolutions robustly and is therefore a frequently encountered choice. Ray tracing is used to compute the visibility of the source plane for each surface point. Commonly, rays are traced directly through the level-set and… CONTINUE READING
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