**Assembly:** WaveEngine.Bepu (in WaveEngine.Bepu.dll)

Name | Description | |
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BoxShape | Convex shape with width, length, and height. | |

CapsuleShape | Sphere-expanded line segment. Another way of looking at it is a cylinder with half-spheres on each end. | |

ConeShape | Symmetrical shape with a circular base and a point at the top. | |

ConvexHullShape | Convex wrapping around a point set. | |

ConvexShape | Superclass of convex collision shapes. | |

CylinderShape | Symmetrical object with a circular bottom and top. | |

InertiaHelper | Helper class used to compute volume distribution information, which is in turn used to compute inertia tensor information. | |

MinkowskiSumShape | A shape composed of the pointwise summation of all points in child shapes. For example, the minkowski sum of two spheres would be a sphere with the radius of both spheres combined. The minkowski sum of a box and a sphere would be a rounded box. | |

SphereShape | Ball-like shape. | |

TransformableShape | Shape which can take any convex shape and use a linear transform to shear, scale, and rotate it. | |

TriangleShape | Triangle collision shape. | |

WrappedShape | Shape that wraps other convex shapes in a convex hull. One way to think of it is to collect a bunch of items and wrap shrinkwrap around them. That surface is the shape of the WrappedShape. |

Name | Description | |
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ConvexShapeEntry | Convex shape entry to a WrappedShape. | |

OrientedConvexShapeEntry | A shape associated with an orientation. |

Name | Description | |
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TriangleSidedness | Sidedness of a triangle or mesh. A triangle can be double sided, or allow one of its sides to let interacting objects through. |

Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows XP SP2 x64 Edition, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

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