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  1. I'm having some trouble making my clustered pyro sim have collisions. It's a custom setup where I make a couple of containers with instancing at start frame and I've made a small change in the Gas Resize Fluid Dynamic DOP to resize each container separately based on $OBJID. The problem is that when I add collision objects, my density just doesn't show up or source anymore. When I use the shelf tool to make a static or deforming collision object, I don't get any smoke. Or I get it in weird places where the containers overlap. And when I use a Source Volume node set to Collision, all I get is what appears to be the Source field, but there is no density coming from it. When I disable the Source Volume node, density is sourcing and moving normally again. I've tested it in small scenes with basic geometry where I use shelf tools to setup the clustering and collision and then it seems to work. With the Source Volume node gives me the same issue, except when there's just 1 container (so no clusters). Then it works just fine. Since the shelf tool works, my guess is that I have to set some setting somewhere so that it works with instancing. I've been comparing the working test scene with my scene, but I haven't found anything yet. I'm afraid I won't see what I need to change even if it's under my nose. I've added the .hip file, but beware as it makes quite a bit of geo. So expect some loading time when you go in the SURFACE node. Thanks for any help! Eckhart TerrainDemat.v013.hip
  2. Pop Collision Ignore + Grain Solver

    hey guys, is there a way to make the Pop Collision Ignore node work with the grain solver? I really need to avoid the collision of one granular solid object, it works fine with normal particles but not with the grain solver. grains_avoid.collision_1.01.hiplc
  3. Hi everyone, I am trying to set the values to a collision field in a gas wrangle. I am using the gas build collision mask node to create the necessary fields and then I am trying to set values with a gas wrangle. Is it even possible to do it this way? I have a example scene that shows how I set it up now, that doesn't work. My purpose for this that I want to be able to simulate a 2d smoke simulation and collide to an object on a different height for every voxel. I will eventually want a separate height field that will accumulate the density and this heightfield will be the Y position for the voxel to check the collision. I am quite new to smoke/pyro simulations, so this scene probably doesn't make any sense gas_collsion.hipnc
  4. Collision object in Pyro sim

    Hi everyone, I am working on a smoke simulation and i have imported my collision object with source volume into my Pyro sim. No matter how much I increase the smoke divisions as well as reducing the voxel size on colliding geometry I still get jagged edges when smoke interacts with it. I have attached a screen capture here to make it more clear. Is there any way to smooth the jagged edges or am I missing something in the process? Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
  5. I have a collision object that I want to push through a particle sim area. I want to remain the small sim area (box) so the particles stay inside the tight area but once it gets hit by the collision object the particles that were affected by the object fly off. How can I achieve this? Thank you, this is the file I am talking about. Particle Collision Tester v03.hip
  6. Particle collision Physics with RBD

    I'm trying to get good physical interaction between a baked RBD geo and a particle system and the particles seem like they are either all stuck or all slide with nothing in between? I'm bringing in the RBD as a static object collider, with deforming geometry turn on, and set the collisions to Use Surface Collisions (the green guide one). The particles collide but for the most part they stick really harshly even when friction is turned down all the way. If I go onto the pop solver and in the collision behaviour tab, set the response to slide.. they slide but then it looks like its on ice and the friction controls are disabled. Any ideas how to get a good setup? I'm trying to make something like rock debris on a cracking ground surface. so there should be some tumble and roll but eventually come to a stop, maybe a slight bit of bounce but not really too "bouncy" either.
  7. Hello, today I am facing very difficult problem, maybe you could help me in this struggle. Scenario looks like this: I received animated tree exported from SpeedTree as an alembic file. Now in Houdini it looks like wind is moving leaves which is perfect. The problem is I would like to collide with the leaves with RBD objects which are bouncing around my scene. I would like to keep my “wind” animation on a tree but make the tree responsive to any objects that may collide with it and make it so the leaves would bend on collision. Is it possible ? If so what would be the way to achieve such effect. Have a nice day and thank you for your input in advance. P.
  8. Flip Collision issue

    Hi does anybody familiar with that issue? it happens often and usually gone after some changing but now its still there and i cant fix it, as u see here it looks like a bounding box from colission ship, so i found its a velocity of collision from fluid solver, i use volume representation of the ship, and there isnt any colission on the ship but the fluid solver makes it itself and it wrong, how to do this correct ?
  9. Fluid not colliding with object

    Hi Everyone! I have an issue with a flip fluid sim not colliding with any objects. I have made the objects static objects, and the settings I have on this collision object are working perfectly fine in another scene with a different fluid sim - which might indicate in may be to do with the fluid? Are there any settings in the fluid that could prevent it from colliding? Let me know if you need more info. Thanks!
  10. How to view heightfield collision

    Hey, I am using a heightfield as a collision. However, when I try to view the collision by turning on show guide geometry, nothing shows. Is this normal? I want to point out that the collision works, I just cant see it. thanks
  11. Hey guys Well am very much new to houdini and working on some mini destruction scene, The problem is i have turned both window and lamp to rbd packed objects so that it collides with the car. But the lamps are falling way too before when the car actually hits them, Kindly let me know the solution. here is my file - car project.hip
  12. Hi, Has anyone else noticed that the cloth collision radius has no effect on actual collision distance? No effect on cloth to cloth or cloth to other collider types. I would appreciate a confirmation and of course a workaround if anyone has managed to find one. Thanks
  13. I am trying to make a water tank using FLIP, but I am having collision problems. The tank is hollow inside, I intend to render it as glass, but when the water collides with the surface of the tank it disappears. I have had to use surface collision as opposed to volume because the volume collision does not detect the hollow inside, it simply makes the collision the outer shell of the tank. I have attached a hip file to show what is happening, as well as the obj of the tank. I have tried increasing the collision offset, but it doesn't seem to have any effect, plus I can't go too far with it because it will plug the hole I have in the center. Any help would be greatly appreciated. WaterTankTest.hiplc WaterTank.obj EDIT: I did forget to mention, I am on 16.5.323
  14. Hi Everyone, I am still new to houdini and I frequently run into the following problem. WhenI use VDB volume for collisions in houdini Particle or Flip sim, particles collide with the bound of VDB volume instead of actual VDB shape. It kind of creates a boundary around VDB and uses that boundary for collision. Its visible in the viewport in orange color (yellow color in the provided SS as d object was selected when took SS). I often get this issue and I dont know what I am doing wrong and how to solve it. Even If I use shelf tool the problem still persists. If anyone of you have ran into this problem then please let me know how u solved it. thank you for your time. Cheers!!!
  15. Sticky FLIP on moving Object

    HI everyone! It's my first time here, I hope I'm doing it the right way. I'm practicing in a shot where I have a couple of cherries falling by gravity and hitting each other, releasing some droplets. In order to have the droplets following the surfaces I'm using Stick on Collision in the flip solver collision tab. Unfortunatelly, no matter how much I increase the values in the stick microsolver, the fluid start moving fine but after a few frames It starts getting off the surface. Is there a way to consistently transfer these velocities from the geometry to FLIP? The movie bellow shows what I've got so far. Thanks everyone!!! stiky_FLIP_test.mp4
  16. Flip vs scale vs collision

    Hi people, I want to create a simple apple who drop into a water flip tank. -1 square in Houdini flip is 1 meter so i tried to make a realworld scale apple but it dont work at all my apple bouncing back violently from the water. Any suggestions please ? i tryed to flip sovler -> volume motion -> solver -> feedback scale to 1 but it dont seem to work Houdini 16.5.268
  17. FLIP - Slip on Collision Control Field

    Hey guys, What is the best way to use the slip on collision control field, to avoid viscous fluid of sticking on objects? I managed to do it with the help of a friend, using the gas match field + a source volume. it works fine for static objects but not at all for moving ones. I have a project with an alembic animation and I really need to use it on the animated surface. Can someone help me? Here's the setup in dops: Here's it working fine with a static object. It's a top view and the red box is the sliping object: and here the red box is animated, not working: Not sure if this is the best way to approach it so any other ideas would reeaally help me scene file is attached Cheers, Alvaro flip.slip.v2a.hiplc
  18. Flip Fluid Collision Problems

    Hello! I am having a problem with collision for my flip fluid sim, frame 2 for some reason a chunk of particles falls through the bottom of my "cup" I've checked my collisions on my "cup" and I've also tried adding a sub d node in my tree. both didn't have any result. Also, as the sim continues my particles pretty much all disappear. I'm pretty new to water sims so I'm not really sure the problem. Thanks!
  19. Dealing with FEM + Static Body

    Good night, people: I'm a newbie with Houdini. I've tried lots of tutorials but, I'm still having problems with collisions. I made a simple setup, a growing fem ball inside a static collider, but, it interpenetrates the walls of the static object. I tried to get more substeps, to have more detail in collision guides, but I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. I attach the file that I'm working on. Thanks! testme.hipnc
  20. Small RBD collision issue

    Hi all, I'm new in RBD and I have this issue. I fill a box with objects instanced by particles. The box is a collider in convex hull (per Set Of Connected Primitives because I splitted all faces of my box) My small RBD objects are in Convex Hull as well because Concave seems to act weird. The problem is the RBD don't stop spining on the collider If anyone has some tips it'll be very appreciated. I joined the scene file because it will be more helpful Thanks a lot ! croquettes_16_debug.hip
  21. FLIP Stick on Mesh

    Hey guys, What is the best way to make FLIP reaaally stick to an object? Right now I'm using only the "Stick on Collision" option but it doesn't work as I expected. I've crancked up the normal value to make it move more drastically but It's getting unstalble. I guess this setup from Dave Stewart works better than the Stick on Collision only (i guess he's using both). It doens't stick like mud the the object but I'd like to know how it works as well, he says: "Grabbed the Pressure field values (Gas Field to Particle) and ran them through a POP VOP, also using the surface distance to reinforce the outer shell of the toy." how can I use the Gas Field to Particle? I know what it does but i have no idea on how to connect it with the object and trasnfer this velocities using a VOP POP. Well, any tips are welcome Thank's - Alvaro
  22. Hi again everyone, I'm working through a Pluralsight tutorial (Introduction to Houdini Pyro) for developing a firebreath sim. It was made in Houdini 15 and I only have access to Houdini 16. I've been running into some issues related to the different versions. One of my main problems at the moment is my pyro sim isn't colliding with the dragon geometry that I need to be using in my current project; there are some minor differences in settings as I need a much smaller flame with a different look, but otherwise I'm following the tutorial's steps closely. The POP network that the fluidsource is plugged into doesn't register that the dragon's head is a collision object. The tutorial doesn't do anything specific to make the two interact and their example works fine but mine doesn't collide at all. Has anyone done this tutorial series before and had success with this previously? Or are there any Houdini wizards out there who could take a look at my .hip file and suggest where I'm going astray? I've included some screen shots from the tutorial (Snake) and then from my file (Dragon), to give you an idea of what I'm working with. There's also the tutorial's .hip file, my current .hip file, and a link to the dragon geo alembic file included below. Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated! https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4nUEqhUvCtpeVFBS0xTYVhRY0U (Dragon Alembic) Thanks again ODFORCE, Chris (AUS) Mother_Dragon001.hipnc Snake_Tutorial.hipnc
  23. Hello to all... I have a scene where I have animated geometry written out and I bring it back in via a file sop. The animation is just of some rocks flying up in the air flying down inside some water. I'm using a vdb from polygons on the file and I'm bringing that into the dop network as a static object with the mode set to Volume Sample and pointing to the object in the proxy volume field . The problem I run into is when the rocks collide with the fluid, the fluid collapses. I can remove the proxy volume and reset the mode to ray intersect and things will be fine....I have tried to explore on how to fix this but I can't seem to find the solution... does anyone have any ideas? I can upload the scene later if needed. flip_tests.hipnc
  24. hi, I tried to use sourceVolume node as dynamics collision. So far, I tried the both of FLIP sim and pyro sim and can see a little bit influence, but it's almost not colliding at all. For instance with FLIP sim, I set: 1 - source volume > initialize > collision. 2 - check binding is correct. 3 - FLIP object > Guides > visualization > collision. I can confirm collision exists in viewpoint. The result looks almost zero collision. I knew this method is not accurate compared to staticObject method, but I could ignore a little lower precision. In fact, it's absolutely NOT acceptable result. On the other hands, when using staticObject, it always works perfect. Is this the exact reason that people combine to use staticObject node for collsionSurface and sourceVolume to add collsionVelocity? In conclusion, Have anyone succeed to use volumeSource as dynamicCollsion? What's differences of colliding mechanism between staticObject and sourceVolume?
  25. 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
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