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    Tim Ebling
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  1. FLIP volume loss: water wheel

    Thanks @bunker for the link, that was a great read and I learned a ton from it, but ultimately none of the tricks in there solved my problem. Many thanks @Atom for the work you put into getting my scene to work! I meticulously went through my own scene and set my values to yours, testing along the way in order to debug. Of course when I found the issue I smacked my head - the problem was that I'd set the time scale on the DOP node to 0.5, and I guess what happens is that doing so makes the Collision Source generated velocities incorrect. You guys are awesome - thanks again!
  2. FLIP volume loss: water wheel

    Hi folks, first post here. I've been doing some tests with moving FLIP containers, and for the life of me I can't seem to fix this issue with particles disappearing into the collision mesh. This example uses 10 substeps on the DOP network just to rule that out as an issue (though it doesn't seem to matter whether substeps are there or on the solver itself), and the collision mesh is run through a collision source node, which does generate reasonable looking collision velocities (viewed using the FLIP source guide). I've tried reseeding and turning on particle separation with similar results. Scene file attached - would really appreciate some tips, thank you! Water Wheel v_01.hiplc