See also

adhere image

See image adhere.

adhere vertex

adhere(d) vertex vol(a)vol(b1,b2,...)

        Force points signifying of volume a of those of volumes b1, b2, ...
Remarque: requires that max NPvol(a) = sum(max NP vol(bi)).


        Points sa of the volume a will be forced on points sb of the volume b at the distance b thereof.
1) d =0 by default.
2) It is necessary that the volume b is closed
3) Faster than envelope vertex vol for peakscontiguous.


        Points sa of the volume a are forced on points sbi of volumes bi.
1) requires that dim(sa) = sum (dim(sbi)).
2) See attach adhere to encapsulate this property.

adhere vol

ball        vol vol

adhere(d) vol(id1)ball(x,y,z,r)

        Returns the number of the vertices of volume id1 which are internal the ball center (x, y, z) and radius r and bring them outside the ball.
axis(ax,ay,az)ang(an): processes the spherical cap axis (ax, ay, az) and half aperture angle an.

adhere(d) vol(id1)vol(id2)

        Returns the number of the vertices of volume id1 which are internal at the volume id2 and bring them outside the volume of the distance d. Comments:
1) d = 0 by default.
2) If d is large, The volume id1 is well off the volume id2, but an frisoti effect may appear in dynamic animation. To avoid this you can build a volume id3 no displayable obtained by dilation <1 of volume id2 and do:
adhere vol(id1)vol(id3).
See an example in the fonction func_VOL() of file demo1_adhere.func.

See also

attach adhere