I was looking at some surface to determine if I had matched surfces between two parts. As I was using the Inquire Element function I selected a surface that is clearly a cylinder and the Information window tells me that it is a cylinder. So if it is a cylinder why am I getting a value titled "Cone Height"? When I select a cone I get the same information, which I would expect- COne Height. What would be nice to have is some more additional information on the cone. Like angle, base diameter and top diameter.
Anyway, I was confused by the Cone Height being reported and assumed that the face was either a conical face at one point or is currently a conical face. I would much rather see just "Height".
LOL. Well I've never seen a cylinder defined that way before. Have you? Technically, a cone and cylinder share a axial height parameter but a cone includes an angle parameter. In every example I've seen the height is just called height- never cone height.
I’m not too concerned, but like my original comment. It is confusing to see the height label as “Cone height”.