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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.

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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