Physics - Particle Systems

From: "Christopher P Goller"
To: Martin Baker
Subject: Simulation of liquids with particles
Date: 13 March 2002 00:54

I've been looking through your graphics pages about solid collisions
and came across your mention of particle systems to simulate liquids.

I modeled water quite convincingly using equations from
the book Particle Modeling by Donald Greenspan:

Thanks for the site, btw.

Do you recommend any books on the physics of collisions?


From: Martin Baker
To: "Christopher P Goller"
Subject: Re: Simulation of liquids with particles
Date: 18 March 2002 13:29

Christopher,

Thank you for this, the book looks like it would be very interesting, I had
a look on Amazon and it does not appear to be in stock and it is a bit
expensive for me. Is your program available on the web?

I have put your message on the website, I hope this is OK.

I don't really have any recommendations for books about physics of
collisions. I have not come across a book that attempts to calculate a
collision response in a general way.

Martin


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