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We propose a new energy-based method for real-time dissolution simulation. A unified particle representation is used for both fluid solvent and solid solute. We derive a novel dissolution model from the collision theory in chemical reactions: physical laws govern the local excitation of solid particles based on the relative motion of the fluid and solid. When the local excitation energy exceeds a user specified threshold (activation energy), the particle will be dislodged from the solid. Unlikedoi:10.5220/0005290302850293 dblp:conf/grapp/JiangSZ15 fatcat:5nkgrm7je5e37ir5sodlx77geu