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FEMQuad.jl package contains various of integration schemes for cartesian and tetrahedral domains. The most common integration rules are tabulated and focus is on speed. Each rule has own "label" so we can easily implement several rules with same degree. API is very simple making is easy to utilize package in different FEM projects.

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FEMQuad.jl

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FEMQuad.jl contains various of integration schemes for cartesian and tetrahedron domains. The most common integration rules are tabulated and focus is on speed.

Usage is straightforward. For example, to integrate function f(x) = 1 + x[1] + x[2] + x[1]*x[2] in a standard rectangular domain [-1,1]^2, 4 point Gauss-Legendre integration rule is needed:

using FEMQuad
f(x) = 1 + x[1] + x[2] + x[1]*x[2]
I = 0.0
for (w, gp) in get_quadrature_points(Val{:GLQUAD4})
    I += w*f(gp)
end

Result can be verified to be 4. w is integration weight, gp is integration point location and GLQUAD4 is the integration rule used. In the same principle we have integration rules for tetrahedrons, hexahedrons and so on. For example, GLTET15 is a 15-point tetrahedron rule.

References

  • Wikipedia contributors. "Gaussian quadrature." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 24 Jul. 2017. Web. 29 Jul. 2017.

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FEMQuad.jl package contains various of integration schemes for cartesian and tetrahedral domains. The most common integration rules are tabulated and focus is on speed. Each rule has own "label" so we can easily implement several rules with same degree. API is very simple making is easy to utilize package in different FEM projects.

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