Commit 42c7bd38 by Spencer Sherwin

### Updated the comment to OrthoPyr_C to reflect issue of the space of the...

Updated the comment to OrthoPyr_C to reflect issue of the space of the orthogonal expansion with regard to the modified expansion
parent 14e3e2f1
 ... ... @@ -328,14 +328,25 @@ namespace Nektar } break; /** \brief Orthogonal basis C for Pyramid expansion (which is richer than tets) /** \brief Orthogonal basis C for Pyramid expansion (which is richer than tets) \f$\tilde \psi_{pqr}^c = \left ( {1 - \eta_3} \over 2\right)^{pq} P_r^{2pq+2, 0}(\eta_3)\f$ \f$\mbox{where }pq = max(p+q-1,0) \f$ \f$\tilde \psi_{pqr}^c = \left ( {1 - \eta_3} \over 2\right)^{pq} P_r^{2pq+2, 0}(\eta_3)\f$ \f$\mbox{where }pq = max(p+q,0) \f$ This orthogonal expansion has modes that are always in the Cartesian space, however the equivalent ModifiedPyr_C has vertex modes that do not lie in this space. If one chooses \f$pq = max(p+q-1,0)\f$ then the expansion will space the same space as the vertices but the order of the expanion in 'r' is reduced by one. 1) Eta_z values are the changing the fastest, then r, q, and finally p. 2) r index increases by the stride of numPoints. */ // 1) Eta_z values are the changing the fastest, then r, q, and finally p. // 2) r index increases by the stride of numPoints. case eOrthoPyr_C: { int P = numModes - 1, Q = numModes - 1, R = numModes - 1; ... ...
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