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How to compute volume of material bounded by three surfaces

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08-16-2012 11:13 PM

How to compute volume of material bounded by three surfaces in a section view  ????

 

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Re: How to compute volume of material bounded by three surfaces

08-16-2012 11:28 PM in reply to: arturopolanco

Change the material type to Cut.  This will allow you to define the area using all three surfaces.  Keep in mind that the definition uses AND logic, so for your example the material would be:

 

Below Surface1 AND

Above Surface2 AND

Above Surface3

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