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  1. Hey I'm currently working on a high res ocean simulation and I am really struggling with a volume loss of the flip simulation over time. I already did a bunch of research, but nothing seems to work so far for me - maybe I did not get everything right in the threads i did read. Here are some things that i tried to work on: - I tried working with the gas equalize volume Microsolver (I calculated my goal volume, but as soon as I started the sim got slower by the factor of 10 and "exploded" after the first Frame) - I tried decreasing the grid size, but to be honest I dont really think thats the issue - the surface looks already really clean with the default resolution - Right no I try to run the sim with "particle separation" activated, but it also gets really slow, and I think there has to be a better way Is that an issue that some of you already faced ? in the attached pictures you can see, how the water level is way underneath the water level, that I would get with the ocean spectrum preview (in the beginning it matches, and over time it gets worse) Would be great if you might help me cheers Felix segelschiff_ocean_sim_V007.hip
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