Hi everyone,

I saw two different ways to compute integral on internal edges and I was wondering which one is the right one. I saw using

```
intalledges(Th)((1-nTonEdge)*p)
```

and

```
intalledges(Th)(p/nTonEdge);
```

Hi everyone,

I saw two different ways to compute integral on internal edges and I was wondering which one is the right one. I saw using

```
intalledges(Th)((1-nTonEdge)*p)
```

and

```
intalledges(Th)(p/nTonEdge);
```

I think this depends on your numerical algorithm.The general jump is defined as taking 0 on the boundary edge of the area. So I think the right way should be

intalledges(Th)((1-nTonEdge)*p/nTonEdge).

I want to compute the normal component of the mean of a vector on internal edges