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[handbook] complemented the section tutorial about further practice in dumux


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file that works with both problems, the coupled and the decoupled. Therein, only
use functions at the position.
\section{Further Practice}\label{tutorial-furtherpractice}
If there is a request for further practice, we refer here to the problems, that are already implemented in \Dumux.
Several examples for coupled and decoupled models can be found in the test-directory.
An overview of the available tests cases can be found ...
If there is a request for further practice, we refer here to the test problems, that
are already implemented in \Dumux.Several examples for coupled and decoupled models
can be found in the test-directory. An overview over the available tests cases can be
found on the dumux-homepage.
\todo{Sollte es auch eine Liste der vorhandenen Tests geben (und auf die Homepage gestellt werden?)?}
If the handling of certain features is of special interest, the according test cases can be found via the FeatureList
on the \Dumux-homepage.
\todo{FeatureList: wie wird diese gehandhabt? Wann und in welcher Form kommt sie auf
die Homepage?}
\\
Another possibility to gain experience with \Dumux is the \Dumux-lecture module. It contains several test cases
designed to illustrate the lecture contents. It contains the numerical problems such as the Buckley-Leverett
and the McWorther-problems but also examples of current research subjects.
An overview over the different examples is given on the Dumux-homepage.
\todo{Verweis auf Dumux-lecture auf der homepage}
If the handling of certain features is of special interest, the according test cases can be
found via the FeatureList on the \Dumux-homepage.\\
Another possibility to gain experience with \Dumux is the \textbf{dumux-lecture} module. It is devided according to
the lecture modules Multi-phase-Modelling (mm), Environmental Fluid Mechanics (efm) and Modelling of Hydrosystems (mhs).
They contain several test cases designed to enhance the understanding of physical modelling.
Different aspects of modelling multi-phase multi-component flow and transport processes are approached such as the
choice of phases and components, the discretization and the reduction of a complex problem to the main physical
processes. You can find for example a comparison of different 2-phase-flow problems considering simply two immiscible
fluids up to the case of components present in both phases. Most of the problems are oriented at current research topics.
All the scenarios and their physical background are explained in additional .tex-files. The following test cases are
contained:
\begin{itemize}
\item \texttt{Buckley-Leverett Problem}
\item \texttt{$\text{CO}_2$-plume}
\item \texttt{Column Xylene}
\item \texttt{Convective Mixing}
\item \texttt{Fuel Cell}
\item \texttt{Heatpipe}
\item \texttt{Heavy Oil}
\item \texttt{Henry Problem}
\item \texttt{McWorther Problem}
\item \texttt{NAPL Infiltration}
\item \texttt{Remediation Scenarios}
\item \texttt{Groundwater}
\item \texttt{different 2-phase n-component problems}
\end{itemize}
The \Dumux-lecture module can be obtained as follows:
Dumux-lecture can be obtained as follows:
\begin{lstlisting}[style=Bash]
$ # make sure you are in DUMUX-Root
$ svn checkout --username=anonymous --password='' svn://svn.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/DUMUX/dumux-lecture/trunk dumux-lecture
\end{lstlisting}
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