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A group led by [http://www.fisfun.uned.es/~pep/ Pep Español] has proposed a fluid particle model based on the [[ Voronoi cells | Voronoi tessellation ]]. This "fluid particle model" is similar to [[Smooth Particle methods | SPH]], but the choice of volume for a particle is given naturally by the volume of its Voronoi cell.
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In a series of articles Mar Serrano et al. have proposed a fluid particle model based on the [[ Voronoi cells | Voronoi tessellation ]]. This "fluid particle model" is similar to [[Smooth Particle methods | SPH]], but the choice of volume for a particle is given naturally by the volume of its Voronoi cell.
 
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#[http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.64.046115 Mar Serrano and Pep Español "Thermodynamically consistent mesoscopic fluid particle model", Physical Review E '''64''' p. 046115 (2001)]
 
#[http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.64.046115 Mar Serrano and Pep Español "Thermodynamically consistent mesoscopic fluid particle model", Physical Review E '''64''' p. 046115 (2001)]

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In a series of articles Mar Serrano et al. have proposed a fluid particle model based on the Voronoi tessellation . This "fluid particle model" is similar to SPH, but the choice of volume for a particle is given naturally by the volume of its Voronoi cell.

References

  1. Mar Serrano and Pep Español "Thermodynamically consistent mesoscopic fluid particle model", Physical Review E 64 p. 046115 (2001)
  2. Mar Serrano, Gianni De Fabritiis2, Pep Español, Eirik G Flekkøy, and Peter V Coveney "Mesoscopic dynamics of Voronoi fluid particles", Journal of Physics A 35 pp. 1605-1625 (2001)
  3. Mar Serrano, Pep Español, and Ignacio Zúñiga "Voronoi Fluid Particle Model for Euler Equations", Journal of Statistical Physics 121 pp. 133-147 (2005)