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Contributions en traitements basés points pour le rendu et la simulation en mécanique des fluides.

Abstract : Most surface 3D scanning techniques produce 3D point clouds. This thesis tackles the problem of using points as only explicit surface representation. It presents two contributions in point-based processing. The first contribution is a new raw and massive point cloud screen-space rendering algorithm. This new method can be applied to a wide variety of data from small objects to complex scenes. A sequence of screen-space pyramidal operators is used to reconstruct in real-time a surface and estimate its normals, which are later used to perform deferred shading. In addition, the use of pyramidal operators allows to achieve framerate one order of magnitude higher than state of the art methods. The second proposed contribution is a new immersed boundary computational fluid dynamics method by extended implicit surface reconstruction. The proposed method is based on a new implicit surface definition from a point cloud by extended moving least squares. This surface is then used to define the boundary conditions of a finite-elements immersed boundary transient Navier-Stokes solver, which is used to compute flows around the object sampled by the point cloud. The solver is interfaced with an anisotropic and adaptive meshing algorithm which refines the computational grid around both the geometry defined by point cloud and the flow at each timestep of the simulation.
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Hassan Bouchiba. Contributions en traitements basés points pour le rendu et la simulation en mécanique des fluides.. Mathématiques appliquées. PSL research University, 2018. Français. ⟨tel-02104074⟩



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