Elements may have voids defined, which may be partial recess or extending full depth. Voids for openings may optionally be filled by another element such as a door or window.
The use of the concept Element Voiding in the context of geometric representations implies a Boolean difference operation between the body geometry of the element and the body geometry of the void.
Figure 65 illustrates an instance diagram.
Figure 65 — Element Voiding
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