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# DuMu<sup>x</sup> course exercises
The DuMu<sup>x</sup> course comprises the following exercises. Each exercise folder contains a detailed description of the tasks
(best viewed online by following the links) and the header files to work on.
(best viewed online by following the links) and the source files to work on.
### [:open_file_folder: Basics](./exercise-basic/README.md)
Based on a scenario, where gas is injected into an aquifer, you will learn how to
Based on a scenario where gas is injected into an aquifer, you learn how to
* compile and run an executable
* see the difference of a two phase set-up without component transport compared to a two phase two component set-up
* set up a new executable
* set up a non-isothermal test problem based on the isothermal test problem
* set boundary conditions
* compile and run an executable,
* see the difference of an immiscible two-phase model compared to a two-phase two-component model,
* set up a new executable,
* set up a non-isothermal test problem based on the isothermal test problem,
* set boundary conditions.
### [:open_file_folder: Main file](./exercise-mainfile/README.md)
In this exercise, you learn how to
* find your way in the main file
* solve a stationary, linear system
* solve an instationary, linear system
* solve an instationary, nonlinear system
* apply analytic differentiation
* find your way in the main file,
* solve a stationary, linear system,
* solve an instationary, linear system,
* solve an instationary, nonlinear system,
* apply analytic differentiation.
### [:open_file_folder: Runtime parameters](./exercise-runtimeparams/README.md)
This exercise covers the following topics: You learn how to
* use different input files with one executable
* set variables to collect runtime parameters
* use and change default values for runtime parameters
* use different input files with one executable,
* set variables to collect runtime parameters,
* use and change default values for runtime parameters.
### [:open_file_folder: Grids](./exercise-grids/README.md)
This exercise guides you through the following tasks:
* apply a global grid refinement
* change the grid type
* apply grid zoning and grading
* read in structured and unstructured grids from external files
* Apply a global grid refinement,
* change the grid type,
* apply grid zoning and grading,
* read in structured and unstructured grids from external files.
### [:open_file_folder: Properties](./exercise-properties/README.md)
In this exercise, you learn how to adjust the properties in order to use a customized local residual
In this exercise, you learn how to adjust the properties in order to use a customized local residual.
### [:open_file_folder: Fluid systems](./exercise-fluidsystem/README.md)
This exercise covers the handling of phases and components in DuMu<sup>x</sup>. You learn
* how to implement and use a new, customized component
* how to implement a new fluidsystem
* change the wettability of the porous medium
* how to implement and use a new, customized component,
* how to implement a new fluidsystem,
* and how to change the wettability of the porous medium.
### [:open_file_folder: Dune module](./exercise-dunemodule/README.md)
You learn how to
* create a new dune module linked to the dumux module
* create a new GitLab project
* create a new dune module which depends on the dumux module,
* create a new GitLab project.
### [:open_file_folder: Coupling free and porous medium flow](./exercise-coupling-ff-pm/README.md)
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You learn how to
* use a coupled problem set-up
* change coupling conditions between the two domains, porous medium flow and free flow
* change the shape of the interface between the two domains
* change the model in the porous medium domain
* change the model in the free flow domain
* use a coupled problem set-up,
* change coupling conditions between the two domains, porous-medium flow and free flow,
* change the shape of the interface between the two domains,
* change the model in the porous-medium domain,
* change the model in the free-flow domain.
### [:open_file_folder: Discrete fracture modeling](./exercise-fractures/README.md)
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You learn how to
* use a problem containing embedded, discrete fractures
* change the properties of the fractures
* use domain markers to set internal boundary conditions
* use a problem containing embedded, discrete fractures,
* change the properties of the fractures,
* use domain markers to set internal boundary conditions.
### [:open_file_folder: Biomineralization](./exercise-biomineralization/README.md)
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You learn how to
* include a chemical reaction in the problem set-up
* apply the mineralization model, i.e. apply balance equations to possibly changing solid phases
* include a chemical reaction in the problem setup,
* apply the mineralization model, i.e. add balance equations to describe dynamic solid phases.
* compare different simulation results using a programmable filter in Paraview
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