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If you plan to use your own geometry rather than the provided chair, make sure to generate UVs for it. The quality of the UV mapping is of no concern for this tutorial - we use Maya's 3D Paint Tool to draw a texture specifying where the fire emission happens. The Phoenix FD Source can use this texture to limit the emission only to those parts of the emission geometry which you have painted over. You may want to disable it if you're working through a Remote Desktop connection or on a machine with integrated graphics.
The GPU Preview section of the Preview roll-out also contains Lighting controls which only affect the Viewport preview and not the rendering. Your browser does not support the HTML5 video element. This produces a homogenous flame which looks unrealistic. To break up the emission, we use a hand-painted texture map to specify where the emission happens.
We can then extract the painted information and apply it as a mask to the Discharge parameter of the Phoenix FD Fire Source.
Select the chair geometry and apply a new Lambert material to it. Hit the Save Textures button so Maya saves the file on disk. You should get a message in the Script Editor confirming that the file has been saved to disk. Hit the Save Textures button when you are done painting so the file on disk is updated with the applied color.
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Select the File node used to read the texture map you just painted and Enable Alpha is Luminance from the Color Balance roll-out. The Alpha is Luminance toggle will generate an Alpha channel for the texture based on the intensity of the color. Because we painted black and white values, the generated Alpha will be identical to the color you see in the Viewport.
We still need to tweak the simulation parameters and make some speed optimizations along the way. This will save some simulation time as those empty voxels will not be calculated in vain.
In this case, the container will increase in size when there is smoke near the walls. In this tutorial, a Phoenix FD Plain Force is used to add wind blowing from the left so extra space is provided to the right where the fire is expected to go. This can be especially useful when simulating fast-moving objects or explosions as it allows the simulator to expand before any clipping occurs. If you'd like the flames to be calm and short, reduce this value accordingly.
Fuel and burning are better suited for explosive effects. If you'd like to run a Resimulation that uses the Wavelet turbulence options in the Resimulation rollout for increasing the resolution and adding extra swirls, you also need to enable the Wavelet channel export in the Output roll-out.
The Backup Interval parameter controls the interval at which Backup cache files are created and stored on disk. To make a Restore possible at every frame, set this parameter to 1. A value of 0 means no backup frames will be exported. This option was enabled by the Burning Fuel with Smoke preset we used as a starting point.
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Since we disabled the emission of fuel, the burning process will not be utilized and keeping this enabled will only consume resources in vain. Because the fire still looks too uniform , in the next step we use a Composite node to multiply the painted texture with a Volume Noise. Plug the Color Composite node to the Diffuse slot of the material currently applied to your emission geometry so you can preview it in the Viewport.
Animate the Translate Z coordinate of the 3d Placement node connected to the Volume Noise texture such that it goes from 0 to 20 over the span of frames 0 to Animating the placement node will move the noise field as the simulation progresses which adds additional randomness to the emission. The lower this value is, the lower the effect of the forces and dynamics parameters such as Buoyancy, Vorticity, etc. Reduce it for taller flames, increase it for shorter ones.
The effect of this change will only be visible in the smoke. You may omit this step in case you plan to only render the fire. As you can see from the video to the right, the fire is now slightly less turbulent. This is going in the right direction for us. In the next step, we add some detail back into the sim by setting the Conservation Method to Buffered. This is usually required if the emitter object is moving quickly and producing stepping in the emission, or the outgoing velocity is so high that the fluid becomes noisy.
For an in-depth explanation, please check the Steps per Frame documentation.
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The Plain Force is a simple directional force. Then, under the Preview roll-out, enable Forces. This will generate a collection of arrows showing you the direction of the force. She reportedly drove a car from the scene, and later abandoned it in Phoenix. That car has since been recovered. On its website, Childhelp describes itself as an organization that was founded in by Sara O'Meara and Yvonne Fedderson.
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