Integration in Femlab

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Hi,
I have three PDEs plus 2 coupled eq in integral format. does anyone know how to do the integration in Femlab?
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PerennialII
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Hi Mery, are you after introducing an integral of some quantity in the analysis or "just" integrating something for post-processing or such? For the former, integration coupling variables might do the trick, for the latter, the post-processing integration commands ("meshintegrate", "postint") would be usable.
 
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Hi PerennialII,
Is not for post proccessing. It's my main equation which is coupled with my PDE eq. in my PDE I have to variables call C and q which both of them change with respect to time and for q I have another eq which is in integral format and is kind of averaging over the radius.
Thanks for your help
 
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Sounds like could try to implement it using integration coupling variables, i.e. can define an integral over a domain/surface/edge and use (project) the resulting variable to your another equation and its domain. You've access to the manuals?
 

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