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* exercise1_1p_b: a one-phase compressible, stationary problem

* exercise1_1p_c: a one-phase compressible, instationary problem

The problem set-up for all three examples is always the same: It is a two dimensional problem and the domain is $`1m x 1m`$. It is a heterogeneous set-up with a lens in the middle of the domain which has a lower permeability ($`1e-12 m^2`$ compared to $`1e-10 m^2`$ in the rest of the domain).

The problem set-up for all three examples is always the same: It is a two dimensional problem and the domain is $`1m x 1m`$. It is a heterogeneous set-up with a lens in the middle of the domain which has a lower permeability ($`1\cdot 10^{-12} m^2`$ compared to $`1\cdot 10^{-10} m^2`$ in the rest of the domain).

In the beginning there is a uniform pressure of $`1e5 Pa`$ in the whole domain. On the top and the bottom border dirichlet boundary conditions are set with a pressure of $`1e5 Pa`$ on top and $`2e5 Pa`$ on the bottom. At the sides there is no in- or outflow and there are no source terms.

In the beginning there is a uniform pressure of $`1\cdot 10^5 Pa`$ in the whole domain. On the top and the bottom border dirichlet boundary conditions are set with a pressure of $`1\cdot 10^5 Pa`$ on top and $`2 \cdot 10^5 Pa`$ on the bottom. At the sides there is no in- or outflow and there are no source terms.