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Old   July 6, 2009, 13:02
Default Integration of Scalar field along one axis
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Hi all,

i need to compute a simple integration of a volumeScalar field along
one coordinate direction from z(0) to z(1) during runtime. The grid is
structured in this direction.

Can anyone point me out where i can find ideas for a simple way to
do this or has anyone done this already?

Thanks in advance
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Old   July 8, 2009, 08:21
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Dear Rukahr,

Use the sample utility to interpolate f onto a sampling line. Then integrate this graph.

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