Dear Prof. Bangerth,
I will have to use arbitrary meshes, because I have solid particles moving
in the mesh and
have to refine the mesh adaptively. Later, I will need to move the mesh and
the mesh if the cells are too distorted.
2016-09-19 23:26 GMT-04:00 Wolfgang Bangerth <bange...@colostate.edu>:
> Yes, I want to extend the solution from the neighboring cells to the
>> cell. I know different cells have different polynomial descriptions,
>> but in order to apply the limiters, information from the neighbor cells is
>> required. Is it possible to extend the solutions from neighbors through
>> interpolation? I am not sure how to do that in deal.II.
> This is one of those operations that are easy to write down in formulas
> and difficult to implement.
> Are you using arbitrary meshes, or rectangular ones? I ask because what
> you really want to do is evaluate the solution on one cell at points
> *outside this cell*. That's possible, but you will need to know the
> reference coordinates of a point on a neighboring cell in the coordinate
> system of the current cell. This is simple if you are on a rectangular
> mesh, but not so simple in the general case.
> Wolfgang Bangerth email: bange...@colostate.edu
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