Commit bf176dbb authored by Dennis Gläser's avatar Dennis Gläser
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......@@ -81,7 +81,9 @@ OpenCascade representation is used. As a result, when evaluating the constraints
the OpenCascade representation of the cylindrical surface, the constraint on the minimum
allowed length of intersection edges is checked for each sub-edge. Thus, this approach should
be preferred when using cylindrical domains in order to detect small length scales originating
from intersections with the auxiliary edge used by OpenCascade.
from intersections with the auxiliary edge used by OpenCascade. This is important because
ultimately, when the network and the domain are fragmented and written into a CAD file, the
OpenCascade representation is used.
Moreover, we want to reject all those quadrilaterals of which only
a very small portion is inside the cylinder. This is done in the lines
......@@ -141,7 +143,7 @@ entities and in the rest of the domain.
# Enforcing constraints on confined entities
As mentioned above, enforcing the constraints between the raw entities, small length
As mentioned before, enforcing the constraints between the raw entities, small length
scales appearing after confining the entities to the domain are not detected. An
illustration of such a situation is depicted in the following figure:
......@@ -176,7 +178,7 @@ if (!constraintsOnOther.evaluate(otherEntitySet, containedFaces))
```
Note that the variable `containedFaces` is of type `std::vector<TopoDS_Face>`,
where `TopoDS_Face` is the _OpenCascade_ type used to represent general two-dimensional
where `TopoDS_Face` is the OpenCascade type used to represent general two-dimensional
faces. In the above code snippets we have assumed `entitySet` and `otherEntitySet`
to also be of type `std::vector<TopoDS_Face>`, and to be composed of the previously
accepted faces.
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