The separation force is computed based on the gradient of a density volume.
The voxel size of the computed density volume. This should be a value similar to the hair width. When simulating guide hairs, this values must be increased from the final generated hair width, to account for decreased hair density.
Minimum required density for any separation to occur.
The computed force increases in strength over this Density Bandwidth.
When density matches the Density Threshold, no force will be applied. When density equals Density Threshold + Density Bandwidth, the force is in full effect.
The maximum magnitude of the computed force.
Additional drag to apply.
Whether to scale the Time Scale by the current timestep. If off, Time Scale is an absolute time in seconds.
An overall scale applied to the actual timestep.