[Gmsh] Cutting plots of iso surfaces
c.geuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Fri Mar 4 05:51:53 CET 2005
Christophe Geuzaine wrote:
> Daryl Van Vorst wrote:
>> But some of the surfaces are closed and so you can't see what's under
>> them. Is there a way to saw off (for lack of a better term) parts of the
>> plot like you might saw an engine in half to show it's inner workings?
> Sure: use "Tools->Clipping planes" in Gmsh to interactively clip the
> post-processing view(s) and/or the geometry and/or the mesh.
> If you want to actually cut the view (i.e., generate a new view that
> contains only a subset of the elements), use "View->Plugins->Cut Plane"
> and set "Extract volume" to +1 or -1.
PS: You can also use translucent iso-surfaces (press 'A' or use
Ctrl+LeftMouse in "View->Options->Map" to change the alpha channel).
Applied and Computational Mathematics, Caltech
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