STK Components for .NET 2022 r2

## ExtrudedPolylineTriangulator Methods |

Methods

Name | Description | |
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Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, IEnumerableCartesian) |
Computes an extrusion between bottomPositions and topPositions
on the specified centralBody.
This is equivalent to calling
Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, IEnumerableCartesian, WindingOrder)
with a positionsWindingOrder of Compute.
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Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, IEnumerableCartesian, WindingOrder) |
Computes an extrusion between bottomPositions and topPositions
on the specified centralBody.
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Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double, Double) |
Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody with a constant bottomAltitude
and topAltitude.
This is equivalent to calling
Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double, Double, WindingOrder)
with a positionsWindingOrder of Compute.
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Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double, Double, WindingOrder) |
Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody with a constant bottomAltitude
and topAltitude.
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ComputeCartographic(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartographic, IEnumerableCartographic) |
For convenience. Computes an extrusion between bottomPositions and topPositions
on the specified centralBody using Cartographic
positions. Longitude and latitude are in radians, and altitude is in meters.
This is equivalent to converting each position in bottomPositions and topPositions to
Cartesian and calling
Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, IEnumerableCartesian) | |

ComputeCartographic(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartographic, IEnumerableCartographic, WindingOrder) |
For convenience. Computes an extrusion between bottomPositions and topPositions
on the specified centralBody using Cartographic
positions. Longitude and latitude are in radians, and altitude is in meters.
This is equivalent to
converting each position in bottomPositions and topPositions to
Cartesian and calling
Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, IEnumerableCartesian, WindingOrder) | |

ComputeCartographic(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartographic, Double, Double) |
For convenience. Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody with a constant bottomAltitude
and topAltitude using Cartographic
positions. Longitude and latitude are in radians, and altitude is in meters.
This is equivalent to
converting each position in positions to
Cartesian and calling
Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double, Double) | |

ComputeCartographic(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartographic, Double, Double, WindingOrder) |
For convenience. Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody with a constant bottomAltitude
and topAltitude using Cartographic
positions. Longitude and latitude are in radians, and altitude is in meters.
This is equivalent to
converting each position in positions to
Cartesian and calling
Compute(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double, Double, WindingOrder) | |

ComputeSingleConstantAltitude(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double) |
Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody. One side of the extrusion has a constant
altitude and the other has the original altitudes from
positions.
This is equivalent to calling
ComputeSingleConstantAltitude(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double, WindingOrder)
with a positionsWindingOrder of Compute.
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ComputeSingleConstantAltitude(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double, WindingOrder) |
Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody. One side of the extrusion has a constant
altitude and the other has the original altitudes from
positions.
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ComputeSingleConstantAltitudeCartographic(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartographic, Double) |
For convenience. Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody using Cartographic
positions. One side of the extrusion has a constant altitude
and the other has the original altitudes from positions.
Longitude and latitude are in radians, and altitude is in meters.
This is equivalent to
converting each position in positions to
Cartesian and calling
ComputeSingleConstantAltitude(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double) | |

ComputeSingleConstantAltitudeCartographic(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartographic, Double, WindingOrder) |
For convenience. Computes an extrusion of positions on the specified
centralBody using Cartographic
positions. One side of the extrusion has a constant altitude
and the other has the original altitudes from positions.
Longitude and latitude are in radians, and altitude is in meters.
This is equivalent to
converting each position in positions to
Cartesian and calling
ComputeSingleConstantAltitude(CentralBody, IEnumerableCartesian, Double) |

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