I am able to input liquid into the scene from a flow object set as geometry and the liquid falls into a flask that is set as a collision effector.
But when I scale down the flask to its actual size (about 8cm diameter), the fluid particles either disappear altogether, or they appear for the first frame only and then disappear. Plus, the particles are extremely big and are larger than the flask itself.
Can anyone explain how I can work with such a small scale and still get the same results as I would from a larger scale scene? What factors or settings can be adjusted and what is each of their significance? Does adjusting the grid size do anything?
I saw this post: https://blenderartists.org/t/is-there-such-a-thing-as-too-small-of-a-scale-for-mantaflow-flip-fluids-particles-too-big/1208348 but I am still confused. I try changing the particle size and don't see any difference.
My geometry-set flow object is a 0.025x0.025x0.01 cube (see image). Thanks for your help!
UPDATE: Here is the link to the blender file if you want to take a look https://spaces.hightail.com/space/4kpJQiVAFl