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Old 09 September 2013   #1
what's hell 4 my fluids.

my fluids have something wrong ...
My main paraments are
Basic emitter attribute : Rate (Percent) : 200
Density/Voxel/sec : 200
Base simulation 60
Size X Y Z 20
Shading transparency RGB 38
color input bias : 0.8 Color mode : density
Incandesence mode : temperute input bias : 0.85
Opacity : 0.15 opacity mode : density
i get some swirl , some noise 4 my fluid ...

I want my fluids are smooth, How i fix it? ...
Thank fisrt
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Old 09 September 2013   #2
Hey!

I think your problem is due to the emitter rate and the number of your density. Leave the emitter rate to 100 (default) and maybe for the density divide your value by 3 or 4.

I think there is so much density in your container and that's why your rendy looks like this. And 60 for the resolution might be too low but anyway.

If you're doing a basic smoke sim, you dont need so many density.
 
Old 09 September 2013   #3
You can clearly see the voxel pattern in your sim, so either its like babdaddy says, or you can go to the Shading quality tab and set the render interpolator to smooth and see if that helps.
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Old 09 September 2013   #4
thank Baddady,Schempp so much. I just test with setting the render interpolator to smooth and see the better result . Thanks alot!!!

How to add more detail on fluids ? I used the texture for color and incandesence but it is not realistic.
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