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Forum: Geometry
Date: 06 Nov, 2006
From: rajani <rajani>

Hi all!! Am trying to simulate a geometry where i make a cuboid that is hollow.I use 5 plates of neglegible thickness (as required by the experiment) to make it.

1) Now, i want to replicate this cuboid along first one dimension & then three dimensionally( 3 D is not required now) So, despite of trying using replication, i couldn't use it to replicate, so am using "for" loops. Could anyone please tell me the way to do it.

2) Next, problem is i want to give curvature to my this replicated geometry. I tried using the polar coordinates by defining cosTheta & sinTheta & then try to change Theta,but the problem is regarding 5 plates & the placement of them along different angles. 5plates forming a cuboid & varying in perfect angles so that they touch each other & constitute a series of capillaries. Am fixed,Is there ne way to do it easily? Can somebody please help me?

Hope i could make my problem understand. Thanking all Rajani

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