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  1. Please, I just need a couple of pointers I've been trying to set-up a pyro simulation, have some smoke rise up and collide with an rbdobject. I've uploaded my hip file and written all my questions and problem explanations in there. Plus I think that it's much easier to understand if you have my hip file instead of me trying to explain it here in text form. Please take a look at it. The gist of it is : The smoke has a temperature field. And I've wanted to lower the temperature field of the smoke that comes in contact with the geometry so I've come up with the idea to give the geometry it's own temperature field and tick the temperature merge option on the pyro solver. In order to create the geometries temperature field I plan to make a volume mask to mask out the smoke's temperature field so that i'm only working with the voxels that make up the geometry and then lower their values, the result will then be the geometries temperature field. I've listed all the problems and explanations inside the hip file please take a look Any suggestion is greatly appreciated Thank you Houdini_DOPs_pls_help.rar
  2. Hello everyone, I've been getting into DOPs recently and i just cant figure out something. I have a SmokeObject and an RBD object. They are both plugged into the Pyro solver. The smoke has a collision relationship with the RBD object, and the Pyro solver's option "Temperature Merge" is set to "Collision Interior". In order for the "Temperature Merge" to happen the RBD object has to have a temperature field. Now what i want is for the RBD object's temperature field is to be just like what the smoke's temperature is but subtracted by a number so that the RBD object is always cooling the smoke. I've Created a fog volume that consists only of value 1 voxels inside the RBD Object and value 0 voxels outside of the RBD Object. I'm planning on using this as a mask for the smoke's temperature field (multiplying these two fields) and then lowering the value for all the kept voxels. Now i don't know what is the best way of achieving this but i thought that I can bring in the mask field (the only 1 or 0 field) into the dop network using the "Sop Scalar Field Node" and then extract the temperature field out of the SmokeObject using the "Fetch Data Node", wiring these two into the "Gas Calculate Node" and then blending and doing post subtraction in there. I don't even know if that is the right way to do it, but anyway once I connect the scalar field (the temperature mask, brought in from sops) into the gas node everything is ok. Once i plug in the data (SmokeObject's temperature field) into the gas node it reports an error saying that the connection to the fetchdata node is the wrong type. How could this be? Both the "SopScalarField" and the "FetchData" nodes output data, how come that the gas calculate will accept data coming from the "SopScalarField" node and not from the "FetchData" node ? I've been trying to resolve this for a while now, if anyone could help out it would be greatly appreciated
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