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3 responses to “My Dork

  1. hopjinsrnt March 2, 2014 at 4:55 am

    锘縤ntegration set constrained

    I wanted to compute the volume of the intersect of a sphere and infinite cylinder at some distance b, and i figured i would do it using a quick and dirty python script. My requirements are a 3 significant digits.

    My thinking was as such:

    We place the sphere, with radius R, such that its center is at the origin, and we place the cylinder, with radius R’, such that its axis is spanned in z from (b,0,0). It did not work out. I think its because of the discontinuity of the step function as i get warnings such the following. Of course, i might just be doing this wrong. Assuming i have not made some stupid mistake, I could attempt to formulate the ranges of the intersect, thus removing the need for the step function, but i figured i might try and get some feedback first. Can anyone spot any mistake, or point towards some simple solution.

    Warning: The maximum number of

    subdivisions (50) has been achieved.

    If increasing the limit yields no

    improvement it is advised to analyze

    the integrand in order to determine

    the difficulties. If the position of

    a local difficulty can be

    determined (singularity,

    discontinuity) one will probably

    gain from splitting up the interval

    and calling the integrator on the

    subranges. Perhaps a special-purpose

    integrator should be used.

    Performing a triple adaptive numerical integrations on a discontinuous function that is constant over two domains is a terribly poor idea, especially if you wish to see either speed or accuracy.

    I would suggest a far better idea is to reduce the problem analytically.

    Align the cylinder with an axis, by transformation. This translates the sphere to some point that is not at the origin.

    Now, find the limits of intersection of the sphere with the cylinder along that axis.

    Integrate over that axis variable. The area of intersection at any fixed value along the axis is simply the area of intersection of two circles, which in turn is simply computable using trigonometry and a little effort.

    In the end, you will have an exact result, with almost no computation time needed.

    Glad to see that you be able to find out a better solution🙂. Unfortunately I can see how you could really generalize this approach to “more complex functions” (whatever they may be). Anyway “analytical” solutions are superior when they are computable really reliable manner. But they seldom are😦. FWIW, stochastic methods can be fine tuned far beyond my simple demonstration (both in accuracy and execution performance), but what IMHO counts is that such methods tends to be very robust ones when handling “real world” data. Thanks eat Apr 28 ’11 at 23:35

    I already did. The cylinder represents a incoming sphere/ion in a nuclear collision. I used the implementation as above to calculate the volume directly affected by the collision. Next I needed to calculate the integral of the flux of incoming nucleus represented by the cylinder. To do this i replaced delta_x with a integral of a function, flux, over x. and defined flux as sqrt(R**2-x**2-z**2). After some normalization, I had calculated what i wanted, assuming no mistakes. I rarely do this sort of stuff, Its part of a course I taking. Thanks. qonf May 2 ’11 at 9:20

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