Commit 7e0a4004 authored by Bernd Flemisch's avatar Bernd Flemisch
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CHANGELOG: add improvements since 2.3

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- Three geomechanics models have been added, thanks to the previous PhD work
of Melanie Darcis. The models are located in dumux/geomechanics, a test for
each model is provided in test/geomechanics:
. elastic: linear elasticity equations that account only for the solid
. el1p2c: poroelasticity equations for one solid and one fluid phase, where
the fluid phase is admitted to consist of two components.
. el2p: poroelasticity equations for one solid phase and two immiscible
fluid phases.
- The handling of Dirichlet boundary conditions for the fully-implicit cell-
centered models has been improved. Now, the conditions are evaluated at the
centers of the corresponding boundary faces. In general, they are
incorporated into the local residual in a weak sense. Only for mixed
Dirichlet/Neumann conditions and for the MPNC model, they still are
incorporated in a strong sense.
- All fully-implicit porous-media models now provide the possibility to write
the velocities to the VTK output. This can be achieved by setting the
parameter "AddVelocity" of the group "Vtk" or the corresponding property
"VtkAddVelocity." See test/implicit/1p2c for an example.
- Our naming rules have been refined and enforced for member functions and
variables. Many inconsistencies could be removed, especially the special
status of the capitalized "S" indicating saturation. See the deprecation
listings below or FS#180 for details.
- Misleading names in the fully-implicit models that still contained "b/Box"
have been replaced by more generic ones. See the deprecation listings below
or FS#194 for details.
- The ...FVElementGeometry classes have been cleaned up a bit. See the
deprecation listings below or FS#192 for details.
* IMMEDIATE INTERFACE CHANGES not allowing/requiring a deprecation period:
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