[Gmsh] Ellipsis

Christophe Geuzaine Christophe.Geuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Wed Nov 14 16:22:54 CET 2001


Laurent CHAMPANEY wrote:
> 
> Can you explain me how does the Ellipsis function work?
> Thank you
> L. CHAMPANEY

The Ellipsis function defines a part (less than 1/2) of an ellipsis. The
syntax is Ellipsis(num) =
{start_point,center_point,major_axis_point,end_point}. Here is an
example:

Point(1) = {0,0,0,.1};  
Point(2) = {1,0,0,.1};  
Point(3) = {0,.5,0,.1};  
Point(4) = {0,0,.8,.1};  
Ellipsis(1) = {2,1,2,3};
Ellipsis(2) = {3,1,4,4};
Ellipsis(3) = {4,1,2,2};
Line Loop(1) = {1,2,3};
Ruled Surface(1) = {1};

Christophe

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