March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
You can do so by creating a volume (Create/Location/Volume). If you know the x,y,z coordinates of the location you want to investigate, you can create a volume with the option ,â€œSphereâ€, centered on this point with an appropriate radius. Choosing the method, â€œIntersectionâ€, will show the elements intersecting the surface of the defined sphere. The method, â€œBelow Intersectionâ€, will show all the elements within the sphere. The elements are best viewed by coloring the faces, and showing the â€œLinesâ€ (enabled on the â€œRenderâ€ toggle). If you want to see the elements on a plane, do the following: 1. Create the plane 2. Create a volume with the option â€œFrom Surfaceâ€ and select the plane.
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