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  1. Thanks a lot Karl for your help. This really does the trick ... funny thing that the 'real' scene which has a character where the gooey flip has to stick on had pretty hres/dense collision geo. But it did not work. ATM I am looking into grains to get it to behave the way I want. But maybe I will be back to make it work in flip pretty soon. Thanks again Rico
  2. Hi, I'm trying to stick/glue an viscous/gooey liquid (flip) to an object. This works to a certain degree with stick and friction when the object is static or only translates slowly. As soon as rotation comes into play the liquid falls off the object. I guess this is due to the collisionvel. Reducing the force scale in the vol motion tab doesn't do the trick. I tried lots of different settings but nothing really works. So more or less I am a bit stuck here and hope that you guys come up with a solution. The general thing I am after is that no matter how fast the object spinns or moves some amount of the gooey liquid stays on the object while other parts may be thrown off. I attached a simple test file. Thanks for your help. stick_rotation.hip
  3. Thanks you guys! I am guessing that the rand function is supposed to return an equal spread ... still it is very hard to control the amount of particles getting deleted.
  4. Hi, It's driving me nuts ... sounds so simple but just can't get it to work. Lets say I have an box which are emitted particles into. Now I define a pop group via a bounding and want to delete 25 particles every frame in the bounding. Thanks for yout help. delete_rand_particles_per_frame.hip
  5. Hi Juraj, and thanks a lot for your help! Give me some time to look into your example files. Will be back later. cheers Rico
  6. Hi, I am trying to make a small slow creek with the ripple solver. So far so good. The only thing what I am missing are the velocity values in X and Z. Well it makes sence to some degree that there are no vel value in these directions because the points only move up and down. But when I deform the rest position with metaballs the vel values ARE available. But deforming via metaballs is very slow. At the moment I am deforming the mesh with an 'water texture'. But just adding the color values up to Y and animating the texture offset gives me nice ripples but NO velocity values in X and Z. Is there a way to get v when deforming the rest SOP with simple point manipulations? It would be very helpful for motion blur and also some white water generation via particles which I could give the same vel as the closed point on the mesh in order to get them moving more or less in the correct way. Thanks for your help. Rico
  7. Hi, I am working with per point density and viscosity in a flip sim to get mud covered by water. So far everything works fine. Now when it comes to meshing I want to get two meshes out of the sim. One for the water and one for the mud to be able to see the mud through the semi transparent water. I get my groups (mud and water) via the dop I/O but are losing them in the fluid compress node with the packed particles. So the only way I can think of right now is to save the cache without the packed particles option ... making them pretty big I guess ... in order to get two seperate point groups and hence two meshes for the mud and water. Can anyone please help me how to go about this ? Or am I going the wrong direction anyway to see mud through the water. Cheers Rico Well I just realised that the packed particle option doesn't make a big difference in the cache size ... surprise ... i guess it is just for loading optimization?