[Gmsh] surface on a sphere (correction)
David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Thu Apr 24 10:46:47 CEST 2008
I think it is caused by the way you define some areas on the sphere: you define the Ruled Surface 223 with 4 sides , of which arcs 206 and
213 are not centered on the centre of the sphere (but on points 1600 and 1700).
You should try to work only with arcs centered on the centre of your sphere.
David Colignon, Ph.D.
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Thomas.Bock at ptb.de wrote:
> Thomas Bock/PTB schrieb am 23.04.2008 17:32:29:
>> at first: sorry for the terrible long geo file ...
>> I like to have areas on the surface of a sphere. I decide to
>> layout these areas as plane surfaces (see Plane Surface(221)).
>> Im _rather_ sure that all points of 221 are mathematically on the
> correction: I mean the edge of 221 is a part of 223 ...
>> surface of the
>> sphere, but gmsh seems to have an other opinion (221 does not fit to
>> Can you give me a hint?
>> I'm am really happy that you still developing further gmsh!
>> How about a u3d export function :) (ah! too many people
>> bore you with long geo chunks ...):
>> Thanks in advance
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