[Gmsh] Extrusion and Rotation

David Colignon David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Wed Jun 2 08:20:49 CEST 2010


Hi Gabriel,

I am not sure that it is what you want, but there is a problem with the x and z components of the translation, and here 
is a working version of your .geo file.
There also was an inversion between the inner and the outer circle.

Regards,

Dave


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On 01/06/10 18:17, Gabriel Beu Nogueira de Macedo wrote:
> Hi all,
> I got a problem when I tried to make a coil using extrusion and rotation
> of a axisymmetric 2D drawing. In this situation, the coil increases in
> each cycle. But the new top surface (that is created right) doesn't
> match with the rotated curves. I hope someone can help me.
> *  The .geo file is attached
> ** The y-axis view is the best to see what happened.
> Thanks
> Gabriel Macedo.
>
>
>
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