[Gmsh] Wrong definition of a volume

Alexis Blasselle alexis.blasselle at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 13:36:05 CET 2010

Dear all,

I can not understand why the volume(1) in the attached filed is not the one
I am expecting to define:
it should be the union of the three extruded quarter of circle and of the
part of the ball.

When commenting the current surface(1) and uncommenting all the other
things, everything is ok.

Maybe it is because of an orientation problem, but I've checked twice, and
this does not explain that doing the union of the four volumes works

I thank you for all your great work, and thank you in advance for your

Best regards,


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