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Old   March 21, 2022, 15:40
Default Finding average surface area using volume of branches using spaceClaim
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Hello all
I am working on biomedical problem and I need to find average surface area of the branch 4 and 5(see attached figure) and use it in my analysis.
To do so, I am thinking to find the volume of each 2 branches and then find the length of the each branches and finally;
==>AverageSurface=(Volume of branch)/(lenght of branch)

I know how to find volume of each branch, and my question is how to find the length of each branch? Do you know any other method to do so? any idea?

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