Uploaded by hdlect on 22.09.2010

Welcome, this is JCO with the third part of the high
definition tutorial on HYBRIDO in Realflow 5.
In the last video I explained the importance of Global and
Exclusive Links, I also   showed the first core fluid
simulation, how to add Splash to it and how to keep
secondary particles from falling outside the Domain by the
addition of K volume. After that, we simulated Splash
particles but we have not seen the final result yet.
Let’s see the core fluid with Splash particles.
Now, let’s change the color of the splash so to make it more
evident. I select Grid_Fluid_Splash from the nodes pane  and
go to the Display options.
Replace both minimal range color and maximal range color
from the original to bright yellow.
Also, like we did for the Core fluid, I will change the simulation
from active to cache and then save.
Splash increases the realism and makes the simulation more
Continuing adding secondary particles we select foam from
the Grid fluid menu.
I increase the detail from the Display menu to Best.
The links should be setup as follows:
* Delete Grid_Fluid_Foam from the Global links
* Move Grid_Fluid_Foam to exclusive links inside the
Grid_Fluid_Domain group.
* Move again Grid_Fluid_Foam to exclusive links but this
time let it sit by itself
* Drag k volume to Grid Fluid Foam in the exclusive links
* Do not add gravity since we already mentioned this will
have a negative effect.
* Save the file and hit simulate
I will fast forward to the end of the simulation.
Let’s rewind the simulation from the left facing arrow in
the bottom of the screen.
Convert the foam simulation from active to cache from the
Node Parameters and change the color of the foam from the
Display menu to bright red for both minimal range color and
for maximal range color.
I will play the simulation using the play button.
We can appreciate the effect that the addition of foam plays
in the liquid.
The next step will be the addition of mist
Go to the Grid fluid menu and click on mist. This will add a
new item called Grid Fluid Mist.
Now, let’s set up exclusive links for the mist by deleting
the Grid Fluid Mist from the Global links,  then add Grid
Fluid Mist on top of the Grid Fluid Domain.
Also, drop another copy of the Grid Fluid Mist to the
exclusive links by itself.
To this add the following components:
* Gravity
* The Grid Fluid Splash
* And the k volume
Save the project  and hit the simulate button.
Let’s jump forward to see the final result.
This is the final version with core fluid and all secondary
The next step after the simulation is to create a mesh that
will support the fluid. This mesh can be exported later to
your 3D application for shading and rendering.
Creating meshes, exporting the final results to external 3D
applications, and shading and rendering will be explained in
the next set of tutorials.
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