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What is the meaning of the integral order 4 (default) in the integral setting option when setting the domain probe? Does the setting of the integral order affect the result when the probe type is average?


3 Replies Last Post 22 Feb 2019, 02:10 GMT-5
Gunnar Andersson COMSOL Employee

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Posted: 10 months ago 20 Feb 2019, 10:50 GMT-5

Yes, the integral order matters: The average of a field F is integral(F)/(area or volume).

Yes, the integral order matters: The average of a field F is integral(F)/(area or volume).

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Posted: 9 months ago 21 Feb 2019, 23:43 GMT-5

Does the setting of the integral order affect the result when the probe type is average?

how does the setting of the integral order affect the result when the probe type is average?

>Does the setting of the integral order affect the result when the probe type is average? how does the setting of the integral order affect the result when the probe type is average?

Gunnar Andersson COMSOL Employee

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Posted: 9 months ago 22 Feb 2019, 02:10 GMT-5

The integral order decides what Gauss point order is used for the quadrature.

The integral order decides what Gauss point order is used for the quadrature.

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