Interactive physically based Fluid and Erosion Simulation

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NEIDHOLD, B., M. WACKER, Oliver DEUSSEN, 2005. Interactive physically based Fluid and Erosion Simulation. Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena, 2005. In: Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena. Available under: doi: 10.2312/NPH/NPH05/025-032

@inproceedings{Neidhold2005Inter-6137, title={Interactive physically based Fluid and Erosion Simulation}, year={2005}, doi={10.2312/NPH/NPH05/025-032}, booktitle={Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena}, author={Neidhold, B. and Wacker, M. and Deussen, Oliver} }

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