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Class representing a fibre in orientation space. Examples are alpha, beta or gamma fibres. In general a fibre is defined by a crystal direction h of type Miller and a specimen direction of type vector3d.

Syntax

cs = crystalSymmetry('432')
f = fibre.alpha(cs,'full') % the alpha fibre
plotPDF(f,Miller(1,0,0,cs))
f = fibre(o1,o2) % the fibre from o1 to o2
f = fibre(Miller(0,0,1,cs),vector3d.Z,r) % the fibre (001)||ND
f = fibre(h,r)   % the fibre with h parallel to r

Input

cs crystalSymmetry
o1, o2 orientation
h Miller
r vector3d

Class Properties

o1, o2 start and end orientation
h Miller

See also

OrientationFibre FibreODFs ODF.fibreVolume