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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Real-time physically accurate simulations are difficult to create because of limited computational power available on a CPU. General purpose computing on the graphics processing unit (GPU) can provide a significant increase in performance. We are able to investigate the flow characteristics of a cloud of charged particles, which is one of the first steps in our goal of generating a real-time Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) simulator. Preliminary results show a sustained 60 Hz visual simulation withdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-89646-3_1 fatcat:6laa564j7jefvid7gqnbwgtyoa