Thank you for your massage. If the model got the hole inside, how can we
achieve this problem. This formulas can't do it. Can I use the matrix form? I
don't know how to do it. Could you recommend for me please?
Thank you very much.
> You can resort to a bit of programming or even an
> Excel. Assuming a set of points describing a single closed
> polygonal region, then the area can be computed as follows:
> Area = 0.5 * ( x1y2 - x2y1 + ... + xny1 - x1yn );
> This value will be positive for right-handed (CCW) polygons and
> negative for left-handed (CW) polygons. Sum the areas of each
> polygon to determine the total area of a layer.
> Good luck
> Wanchai Rattanawong wrote:
> > Dear everyone
> > Can anyone suggest me how to determine the area on each layer? Assume
> > that we have many points on one slice.
> > Best regards,
> > Wanchai Rattanawong
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