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Excito

Smoke dissipates when collide with object

Hi guys!

I have pyro sim i use deforming object as collision. But when smoke collides with object it begins to dissipate. It looks like deforming object cuts smoke.

I turn off accurate collision, turn on extrapolation but nothing changed.

Do you have any ideas? Or maybe someone got it before?

Thank you anyway

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Pyro Solver > Relationships > Collisions > Correct Collisions

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2 hours ago, Excito said:

I already tried it. But still have this issue. Thank you anyway

You can create an ad-hoc field out of your collision field, or make it directly in sops using your collision field. So you can extrapolate from the iso-contour to construct a mask to control a dissipation filter when the density is in proximity.

I hope that this helps!

Alejandro

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Try adding a Gas Enforce Boundary node to the 4th input of your pyrosolver. This may help with dissipation.

Sasho78 has an example file here.

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new pyro solver have two"correct collision"tab.one is realtionship tab,another one on the advanced tab(in charge of nothing I think).and I do not find the "extrapolate" in charge in as well...you can dive into inside of pyro and see something

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@Pazuzu that ad-hoc field sounds amazing. I dont want to waste your precious time, but I would like to understand these kind of ad-hoc relationships. Could you please direct me to some url? I will study.

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1 hour ago, ikoon said:

@Pazuzu that ad-hoc field sounds amazing. I dont want to waste your precious time, but I would like to understand these kind of ad-hoc relationships. Could you please direct me to some url? I will study.

No Problem!

Here is an example for diffusion and dissipation as the material gets closer to the collision object.

I hope that this helps!

Cheers!

Alejandro

dissipation_by_collision_proximity.hip

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That is a nice example.

So what is going on with that SOP Solver node?

When I drop down a new SOP Solver it looks totally different than the one you have included in the scene.

If I copy the node inside your SOP Solver into a new SOP Solver the network breaks...

sop_solver.gif

EDIT...

Ok, I see you made the default values Invisible then essentially promoted up the 3 key controls from the VDB Smooth inside.

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One think that the diffusion filter misses right now is that it doesn't take into account the time increment of the system; But that can easily be implemented with a blended average technique in that sop solver. 

Cheers!

Alejandro

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