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Creating a Smoke-Based Explosion in Fume FX

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Date Added: 17th June 2013
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General Parameters sub-tab changes (Fig.05):

? Spacing: 0.6
? Width: 250.0
? Length: 250.0
? Height: 279.521
? Adaptive: On
? Sensitivity: Mixed
? Threshold: 0.01
? Size: 417 x 417 x 466
? Simulation up to 3555MB and Render up to 1392MB are my values for final result. You may choose your own desired value. But remember; do not lower your spacing too much.
? Total amount of voxels in FFX Container: 81032274.

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Fig. 05


Output sub-tab changes:

? Start Frame: 0
? End Frame: 100
? Viewport Update: 1
? Exported Channels: Fuel, Smoke (Note that if you want to further this explosion, just add the Velocity Channel in your Output Tab before you simulate your effect.)
? Make sure that you set your default path to one folder for caching out the entire simulation.

Playback sub-tab changes:

? Play From: 0
? Play To: 100
? Start Frame: 0
? The rest of the settings remain the same.

Now let's look deeper into the Simulation sub-tab. Set the Simulation Sim sub-tab parameters to the following:

? Solver: Conjugate Solver
? Quality: 9
? Maximum Iteration: 200
? CFL Condition: 5.0
? Maximum Simulation Steps: 1.0
? Advection Stride: 0.25 (produces smaller curls)(animated from frame 0 to frame 20)
? Time Scale: 0.85 (animated from frame 0 to frame 20)

System sim sub-tab parameters:

? Gravity: 0.5 (animated from frame 0 to frame 20)
? Vorticity: 1.0
? X Turbulence: 0.05 (animated from frame 0 to frame 20)

Turbulence Noise:

? Scale: 1.0
? Frame: 22.0
? Details: 5.0
? Offset: 0.0

Blocking Sides system:

? X Axis = NONE
? Y Axis = NONE
? Z Axis = -Z Axis

See Fig.06 for more information.

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Fig. 06





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Ninjabdou on Tue, 25 February 2014 12:23pm
There's a problem with the files you provided, it seems that the 2010 file is actually a 2013; max2010 tells me "file save version 15000" :(
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