Commit cd67c310 by Christoph Grueninger

### [handbook] Rename file, shorten introduction to chapter 3.

Change color of blocks in figure from black to blue.

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 ... ... @@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ concepts \ref{sc_linearsystem}. \input{4_guidelines} \input{4_developingdumux} \input{4_externaltools} \input{4_newtoninanutshell} \input{4_assemblinglinearsystem} \chapter{Advanced \Dumux\ -- Detailed Instructions} This chapter contains detailed information for those who are interested ... ...
 ... ... @@ -8,16 +8,10 @@ balance equations, etc. Examples for different kinds of both, coupled and decoupled models, are isothermal two-phase models, isothermal two-phase two-component models, non-isothermal two-phase models and non-isothermal two-phase two-component non-isothermal two-phase models, and non-isothermal two-phase two-component models. In section \ref{box} a short introduction to the box method is given, in section \ref{cc} the cell centered finite volume method is introduced. The box method is used in the fully-coupled models for the spatial discretization of the system of equations. The decoupled models employ usually a cell centered finite volume scheme. The following two sections of the tutorial demonstrate how to solve problems using, first, a fully-coupled model (section \ref{tutorial-coupled}) and, second, using a decoupled model (section \ref{tutorial-decoupled}). Being the easiest case, an isothermal two-phase system (two fluid phases, one solid phase) will be considered. The following two sections demonstrate solving problems using a fully-coupled model \ref{tutorial-coupled} and a decoupled model \ref{tutorial-decoupled}. An isothermal two-phase system (two fluid phases, one solid phase) will be considered.
 ... ... @@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ used to order the blocks. \begin{figure}[htbp] \begin{center} \begin{tikzpicture} \begin{tikzpicture}[fill=dumuxBlue] %% blocking structure % matrix \node at (0.3,4.2){\footnotesize 1. SCV}; ... ...
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