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IncludeShellEdgeSolidOrShellFace Property (ICWContactComponent)

Gets or sets whether to create contact sets.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Property IncludeShellEdgeSolidOrShellFace As System.Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICWContactComponent
Dim value As System.Integer
instance.IncludeShellEdgeSolidOrShellFace = value
value = instance.IncludeShellEdgeSolidOrShellFace
System.int IncludeShellEdgeSolidOrShellFace {get; set;}
property System.int IncludeShellEdgeSolidOrShellFace {
   System.int get();
   void set ( &   System.int value);

Property Value

1 to create contact sets, 0 to not


See the ICWContactComponent examples.


This property sets whether to create bonded contact sets for shell edge pairs, shell edge-to-shell face pairs, and shell edge-to-solid face pairs that are non-touching and within clearance.

This property is valid only if... Is set to...
ICWContactComponent::ContactComponentType swsContactType_e.swsContactTypeBonded
ICWContactComponent::IncludeClearance 1

See Also


SOLIDWORKS Simulation API 2017 SP0

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