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Re: Question UnionSolid Strange behaviour (Rafayel Paremuzyan)
Re: None Re: UnionSolid Strange behaviour (Tatiana Nikitina)
Re: None Re: UnionSolid Strange behaviour (Rafayel Paremuzyan)
Date: 19 Feb, 2014
From: John Apostolakis <John Apostolakis>

Hi Rafayel,

The full sphere case is always more robust, as are other cases where there is no shared surface between the two solids of a boolean operation.

But the way you constructed it also should work.
So we will need to fix it.

Thank you for your clear report.

Regards,
John
===================================================
John Apostolakis,  PH Department, CERN


On Feb 19, 2014, at 11:58 AM, Rafayel Paremuzyan wrote:

> 
> *** Discussion title: Geometry
> 
> Dear Tatiana,
> 
> Thanks for reply,
> 
> I did another way, by defining a full sphere, with theta=180 deg. and
> phi 360 deg (In this case I don't need to rotate it),
> 
> Is there any principal difference between half sphere and full-sphere
> for unionsolid of this shape?
> 
> Rafo
> 
> On Tue, 18 Feb 2014 14:14:26 GMT, Tatiana Nikitina wrote:
> 
>> Dear Rafayel,
>> 
>> Thank you for this detailed message.
>> 
>> The Half of Sphere with Theta=90 degrees is a special case, when conical
>> surface is becoming a flat surface. To avoid this you can create the
>> same Half of Sphere by using Phi Angle=180 degrees and full Theta of 180
>> degrees.
>> 
>> I propose you to open a problem report in order to investigate this
>> case.
>> 
>> Best Regards, Tatiana.
>> 
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