# facesAttachedToEdges

## Description

returns internal, external, or all faces attached to the edges with ID numbers listed in
`FaceID`

= facesAttachedToEdges(`g`

,`RegionID`

,`FilterType`

)`RegionID`

. This syntax is valid for 3-D geometries only.

## Examples

### Faces Attached to Specified Edges of 3-D Geometry

Find faces attached to particular edges of a block.

Create a block geometry.

gm = multicuboid(3,2,1)

gm = DiscreteGeometry with properties: NumCells: 1 NumFaces: 6 NumEdges: 12 NumVertices: 8 Vertices: [8x3 double]

Plot the geometry with the edge labels.

pdegplot(gm,"EdgeLabels","on","FaceAlpha",0.2)

Find faces attached to edges 1, 2, and 5.

faceIDs = facesAttachedToEdges(gm,[1 2 5])

`faceIDs = `*1×4*
1 2 5 6

Plot the geometry with the face labels.

figure pdegplot(gm,"FaceLabels","on","FaceAlpha",0.2)

### Faces Attached to Specified Edges of 2-D Geometry

Find faces attached to particular edges of the L-shaped membrane.

Create a model and include this geometry. The geometry of the L-shaped membrane is described in the file `lshapeg`

.

model = createpde(); gm = geometryFromEdges(model,@lshapeg)

gm = AnalyticGeometry with properties: NumCells: 0 NumFaces: 3 NumEdges: 10 NumVertices: 8 Vertices: [8x2 double]

Plot the geometry with the edge labels.

pdegplot(gm,"EdgeLabels","on")

Find faces attached to edges 7 and 10.

faceIDs = facesAttachedToEdges(gm,[7 10])

`faceIDs = `*1×2*
1 2

Plot the geometry with the face labels.

figure pdegplot(gm,"FaceLabels","on")

### Internal and External Faces Attached to Specified Edges

Find internal and external faces attached to the edges of the inner cuboid in a geometry consisting of two nested cuboids.

Create a geometry that consists of two nested cuboids of the same height.

gm = multicuboid([2 5],[4 10],3)

gm = DiscreteGeometry with properties: NumCells: 2 NumFaces: 12 NumEdges: 24 NumVertices: 16 Vertices: [16x3 double]

Plot the geometry with the edge labels.

pdegplot(gm,"EdgeLabels","on","FaceAlpha",0.2)

Find all faces attached to the top edges of the inner cuboid.

facesAttachedToEdges(gm,[5:8])

`ans = `*1×6*
2 3 4 5 6 12

Find only the internal faces attached to the top edges of the inner cuboid. Internal faces are faces shared between multiple cells.

`facesAttachedToEdges(gm,[5:8],"internal")`

`ans = `*1×4*
3 4 5 6

Find only the external faces attached to the top edges of the inner cuboid.

`facesAttachedToEdges(gm,[5:8],"external")`

`ans = `*1×2*
2 12

Plot the geometry with the face labels.

figure pdegplot(gm,"FaceLabels","on","FaceAlpha",0.2)

## Input Arguments

`g`

— Geometry

`fegeometry`

object | `DiscreteGeometry`

object | `AnalyticGeometry`

object

Geometry, specified as an `fegeometry`

object, a `DiscreteGeometry`

object, or an `AnalyticGeometry`

object.

`RegionID`

— Edge ID

positive number | vector of positive numbers

Edge ID, specified as a positive number or a vector of positive numbers. Each number represents an edge ID.

`FilterType`

— Type of faces to return

`"all"`

(default) | `"internal"`

| `"external"`

Type of faces to return, specified as `"internal"`

,
`"external"`

, or `"all"`

. Depending on this
argument, `facesAttachedToEdges`

returns these types of faces for a 3-D
geometry:

`"internal"`

— Internal faces, that is, faces shared between multiple cells.`"external"`

— External faces, that is, faces not shared between multiple cells.`"all"`

— All faces attached to the specified cells.

## Output Arguments

`FaceID`

— IDs of faces attached to specified edges

positive number | vector of positive numbers

IDs of faces attached to the specified edges, returned as a positive number or a vector of positive numbers.

## Version History

**Introduced in R2021a**

### R2023a: Finite element model

`facesAttachedToEdges`

now accepts geometries specified by `fegeometry`

objects.

## See Also

### Functions

### Objects

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