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Proposed an initial model of representation. I would use a three-variable function that returns the density of the material at a certain point in space. Integrating this function over the boundaries of the object yields it's mass. | Proposed an initial model of representation. I would use a three-variable function that returns the density of the material at a certain point in space. Integrating this function over the boundaries of the object yields it's mass. | ||
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Mario Meissner SOCIS 2017 Logs
20-6 Build successfull on Arch Linux (Antergos) x64 Working my way through the Introduction_to_MGED.pdf
21-6 Successfully calculated mass of a copper sphere using rtweight.
11-7 Diving into the source code of rtweight. I will need some help understanding the overall structure of the repository and some details about rtweight.
12-7 Proposed an initial model of representation. I would use a three-variable function that returns the density of the material at a certain point in space. Integrating this function over the boundaries of the object yields it's mass. Example can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz6hfFobLeoyZC1vQ1JwSU05NDg/view?usp=drivesdk