[Gmsh] Symmetry command, simple example please?
r.c.crozier at sms.ed.ac.uk
Fri Jan 6 11:34:10 CET 2012
Sorry, I understand this now, I should have looked harder before asking.
On 06/01/2012 10:06, Richard Crozier wrote:
> I'm just getting started using gmsh and would like to use the Symmetry
> command to mirror (and duplicate) elements in a plane. Could someone
> possibly give me a simple example of using this command? The manual says
> I must provide the coefficients of the plane equation, but how do I
> obtain these? Can I extract these from a Plane Surface somehow?
> Richard C.
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