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- Wed Jul 19, 2017 1:08 pm
- Forum: Realflow
- Topic: object crashing through body of water
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As Oldcode says, you would want to increase the number of substeps. But rather than increase the frame rate, simple use the Retiming option in Realflow to create the slow-motion effect. The re-timing facility is quite easy to use and gives great results. Apparently not a lot of people experiment wit...
Sure, you could send me an email via my website when you've returned. To simulate a current, you would use the same technique. So that you know, Realwave by itself, has the capacity to seem to "flow" in one direction, often looking like a current for the entire sheet. But, to really get gr...
- Sat Jul 15, 2017 8:36 pm
- Forum: News
- Topic: Not going to siggraph? Preview talk for A Schur Complement Preconditioner for Scalable Parallel Fluid Simulation
- Replies: 1
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Re: Not going to siggraph? Preview talk for A Schur Complement Preconditioner for Scalable Parallel Fluid Simulation
Thank you for the notice - this is very interesting!
And for the second question, Yes, I would use Realwave for a pool-wide scene. No, Realwave is quite capable of generating colliding particles with objects.If you look in the documentation for Realwave, you'll see that you can cause the surface of Realwave to emit particles. These particles can be us...
I can help with the first question about "main water current and specific turbulence. You would not use a deamon for this. Instead, you create some kind of suitable spline or a shaped solid object and drag it across the Realwave surface during the simulation. (That is, you animate the spline or...
- Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:03 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Studio Lighting Kit For Use Within Realflow
- Replies: 1
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Also, at Expandingwave.com, there are free tinted (colored) water materials, and one very small set of foam materials. From time, to time, I'll be posting other free materials to use within Realflow. If anyone has a particular need for a certain type of material, please let me know. I'll try to make...
No, the particle selection tool for the SPH solver will not work on the Dyverso solver particles. This is because the Dyverso solver uses a volume technology - not an individual smart particle technology. (Look in the User Guide for a complete explanation.) Your have two methods of eliminating unwan...
Yes, first try adjusting the Mesh Filter, Thinning setting. (Not the Volume Filter - the Mesh Filter.) Maybe reduce the Thinning setting to around 0.6. The Mesh Filter directly reduces the size of a mesh around a group of particles. If an adjustment here seems to come close, you then can add Iterati...