 Xtriangular lattice would correspond with a simple type of lattice, following the same syntax description as square, Xtype hexagonal, Ytype hexagonal lattices. Xtype triangular lattice type is 14, and it is composed by (Xtype) triangular elements. The lattice is infinite in zdirection. [lat UNI TYPE X0 Y0 NX NY PITCH UNI1 UNI2 …] (see 'lat' card).
 (Equilateral) triangular prism surface, 'tric', would correspond with a xy triangular prism, parallel to zaxis, centered at (x0, y0). Infinite and truncated triangular prisms use the same name, and are composed by 3 planes (+ 2 planes), respectively. The definitions would be as follow (see derived surface types):
tric x0 y0 r [ori]: infinite (equilateral) triangular prism, parallel to zaxis, centered at (x0, y0), with incircle radius 'r', and orientation 'ori' (optional).
tric x0 y0 r ori z0 z1: truncated (equilateral) triangular prism, parallel to zaxis, centered at (x0, y0), with incircle radius 'r', and orientation 'ori', truncated between [z0, z1].
Orientation, ‘ori’, corresponds to the cardinal direction of the nonaligned vertex of the triangle. Default orientation is North. It follows the scheme: WSEN (W=1, S=2, E=3, N=4).
2.1.32  (Equilateral) triangular prism surface and Xtype triangular lattice

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2.1.32  (Equilateral) triangular prism surface and Xtype triangular lattice
(Equilateral) triangular prism surface and Xtype triangular lattice are new features of Serpent 2.1.32. Following, a brief description:
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