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Old   September 2, 2003, 00:03
Default Adaptive Cartesian Mesh
Josy P. Pullockara
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It is of interest in adaptive cartesian 3D(2D) methods to obtain volume(area) fraction of cartesian cells(Xmin, Xmax) intersected by a simple plane(line) defined by a point and normal.

Can someone give pointers to how one can calculate such volume-fractions and surface-area-fractions for these cartesian cells WITHOUT the construction of the complex polytope as that would be an overkill especially in 3D.

Thank you.
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