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specifying the coefficients of the equation aX + bY + cZ + d = 0 using
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specified by the optional geometry modification data. :numref:`fig8-1b-13`
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Y-axis, Ψ. Its base is in the XY plane at Z = 0, with a corner at the
origin unless otherwise specified by the optional geometry modification
data. :numref:`fig8-1b-14` shows the correct input sequence for a rhomboid.
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specifying the length of the base along the X-axis, XBASE, the X and
Y coordinate where the other two sides meet, Xpt and Ypt, and the length
along the Z-axis, ZLNG. One side is in the XZ plane at Y = 0, and the
bottom face is in the XY plane at Z = 0, with a corner at the origin
unless otherwise specified by the optional geometry modification data.
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X coordinate of the top face, X :sub:`t`, and the X coordinate of the
bottom face, X :sub:`b`. Its centerline must lie on the X axis, unless
otherwise specified by the optional geometry modification data.
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otherwise specified by the optional geometry modification data.
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one of the surfaces can be connected by a straight line entirely
contained within that surface. These surface planes divide space into
three sections; one section between the two planes which is considered
inside the surfaces, one section on the negative side of the negative
plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
positive side of the positive plane which is considered outside the
surfaces. The set of parallel planes are defined by the keyword XPPLANE,
which places the planes perpendicular to the X-axis, the X-intercept
between the more positive plane and the X-axis (X\ :sub:`+`) and the
X‑intercept between the more negative plane and the X-axis (X\ :sub:`−`).
:numref:`fig8-1b-18` shows the correct input sequence for the set of paired
planes.
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plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
positive side of the positive plane which is considered outside the
surfaces. The set of parallel planes are defined by the keyword XPPLANE,
which places the planes perpendicular to the X-axis, the X-intercept
between the more positive plane and the X-axis (X\ :sub:`+`) and the
X‑intercept between the more negative plane and the X-axis (X\ :sub:`−`).
:numref:`fig8-1b-18` shows the correct input sequence for the set of paired
planes.h](h/Xis a set of flat parallel surfaces where any two points in
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three sections; one section between the two planes which is considered
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plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
positive side of the positive plane which is considered outside the
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plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
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Y coordinate of the top face, Y\ :sub:`t`, and the Y coordinate of the
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otherwise specified by the optional geometry modification data.
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plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
positive side of the positive plane which is considered outside the
surfaces. The set of parallel planes are defined by the keyword YPPLANE,
which places the planes perpendicular to the Y-axis, the Y‑intercept
between the more positive plane and the Y-axis (Y\ :sub:`+`) and the
Y-intercept between the more negative plane and the Y-axis (Y\ :sub:`−`).
:numref:`fig8-1b-20` shows the correct input sequence for the set of paired
planes.
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plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
positive side of the positive plane which is considered outside the
surfaces. The set of parallel planes are defined by the keyword YPPLANE,
which places the planes perpendicular to the Y-axis, the Y‑intercept
between the more positive plane and the Y-axis (Y\ :sub:`+`) and the
Y-intercept between the more negative plane and the Y-axis (Y\ :sub:`−`).
:numref:`fig8-1b-20` shows the correct input sequence for the set of paired
planes.h](h/Xis a set of flat parallel surfaces where any two points in
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plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
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plane which is considered outside the surfaces, and one section on the
positive side of the positive plane which is considered outside the
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bottom face, Z :sub:`b`. Its centerline must lie on the Z-axis, unless
otherwise specified by the optional geometry modification data. The
keyword ZCYLINDER is the same as CYLINDER. It is included to be
consistent with the XCYLINDER and YCYLINDER keywords. :numref:`fig8-1b-21`
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positive side of the positive plane which is considered outside the
surfaces. The set of parallel planes are defined by the keyword ZPPLANE,
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planes.
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