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Does this look like the correct volume fraction?

Does this look like the correct volume fraction?

Does this look like the correct volume fraction?

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From my model, I get that the volume fraction of the figure highlighted in green is 4.6%. Does this look reasonable? I want to get it to 20%, but increasing thickness, length etc of the figure only increases the volume fraction a bit. I am not sure if my model is wrong or if the figure actually is 4.6% as the model has worked correctly before.

RE: Does this look like the correct volume fraction?

Not sure how we're supposed to guess but as a fraction of the 2x2x2 box then yes, 4.6% "looks" right to me.

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RE: Does this look like the correct volume fraction?

(OP)
Yes, fraction of 2x2x2 box. Thank you.

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