On lun, 20050307 at 11:17 0600, John Peterson wrote:
>
> Try looking at example 13. It shows how to compute the solution
> and solution gradients at the quadrature points using the basis
> functions. Note that for integration, you typically want to
> evaluate your "parameter specific scalars" at the quadrature
> points for purposes of integration, not the nodes.
>
> Cheers,
> John
My problem is that for every node I have to do a loop over all the
elements and, for every element that shares the node, compute a quantity
dependent from the volume of the element i'm looping on, on the value of
the gradient of the local basis function, and on the value of the
solution at the last timestep. Is example 13 the right one to look at?
thank you,
nelson
