Commit 3b1bb8f3 authored by Gabi Seitz's avatar Gabi Seitz
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correct spelling in README.md

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......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ For this task we will edit the following files:
Parameters can either be directly defined within your program, or specified
via the input file. Within every main file, (`*.cc`), the following function
is called, which will read in the imput file parameters
is called, which will read in the input file parameters
```c++
// parse command line arguments and input file
......@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ EntryPressureAquitard = 4.5e4 # Pa
PermeabilityAquifer = 1e-12 # m^2
EntryPressureAquifer = 1e4 # Pa
```
When a parameter is defined directly within your program, you'll need to recompile your program everytime you change the value. When a parameter is passed via the imput file, this is not the case. If we decided to vary the entry pressure in our geologic units a few times via the parameters listed above, there would be no need to recompile between simulation runs.
When a parameter is defined directly within your program, you'll need to recompile your program everytime you change the value. When a parameter is passed via the input file, this is not the case. If we decided to vary the entry pressure in our geologic units a few times via the parameters listed above, there would be no need to recompile between simulation runs.
* > __Task 1__: Change the aquitard's entry pressure in the input file to a lower value and compare the results with the previous solution. You don't need to recompile the executable.
......@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ variable_ = getParamFromGroup<TYPE>("GROUPNAME", "PARAMNAME");
* `<GROUPNAME>` is the group in the input file
* `<PARAMNAME>` is the name of the parameter in the input file
An example of this is already performed in the problem constructor. The Injection Duration (`injectionDuration_`) is defined via the imput file, and can then be used later in the problem.
An example of this is already performed in the problem constructor. The Injection Duration (`injectionDuration_`) is defined via the input file, and can then be used later in the problem.
```c++
// depth of the aquifer, units: m
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