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Figure 8 | Computational Astrophysics and Cosmology

Figure 8

From: Technologies for supporting high-order geodesic mesh frameworks for computational astrophysics and space sciences

Figure 8

Quadrature points on t-faces (left) and r-faces (right) of the prism. Three and four points are used to integrate a quadratic function exactly on t-faces and r-faces, respectively, four and six for cubic, six and nine for quartic, seven and twelve for quintic, and twelve and sixteen for sextic functions. The four point rule is not used on t-faces; instead the six point rule is used for third degree polynomials

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