### doxygen problem descriptions slightly modified according to current implementation

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 ... ... @@ -92,17 +92,17 @@ SET_BOOL_PROP(OnePTwoCOutflowProblem, EnableGravity, false); * Nitrogen is dissolved in the water phase and * is transported with the water flow from the left side to the right. * * The model domain is 1m times 1m with a discretization length of 0.05m * and homogeneous soil properties (\f$\mathrm{K=10e-10, \Phi=0.4}\f$). * The model domain is 1 m times 1 m with a discretization length of 0.05 m * and homogeneous soil properties (\f$\mathrm{K=10e-10, \Phi=0.4, \tau=0.28}\f$). * Initially the domain is filled with pure water. * * At the left side, a Dirichlet condition defines a nitrogen mole fraction * of 0.3 mol/mol. * The water phase flows from the left side to the right due to the applied pressure * gradient of 1e5Pa/m. The nitrogen is transported with the water flow * gradient of 1e5 Pa/m. The nitrogen is transported with the water flow * and leaves the domain at the right boundary * where an outflow boundary condition is applied. * This problem uses the \ref OnePTwoCBoxModel. * This problem uses the \ref OnePTwoCBoxModel model. * * To run the simulation execute the following line in shell: * ./test_1p2c -parameterFile ./test_1p2c.input ... ...
 ... ... @@ -82,8 +82,8 @@ SET_BOOL_PROP(WaterAirProblem, NewtonWriteConvergence, false); * temperature area. * * The domain is sized 40 m times 40 m in a depth of 1000 m. The rectangular area * with the increased temperature (380 K) starts at (20 m, 5 m) and ends at * (30 m, 35 m). * with the increased temperature (380 K) starts at (20 m, 1 m) and ends at * (30 m, 30 m). * * For the mass conservation equation neumann boundary conditions are used on * the top and on the bottom of the domain, while dirichlet conditions ... ... @@ -98,10 +98,7 @@ SET_BOOL_PROP(WaterAirProblem, NewtonWriteConvergence, false); * At the dirichlet boundaries a hydrostatic pressure, a gas saturation of zero and * a geothermal temperature gradient of 0.03 K/m are applied. * * This problem uses the \ref TwoPTwoCNIModel. * * This problem should typically be simulated for 300000 s. * A good choice for the initial time step size is 1000 s. * This problem uses the \ref TwoPTwoCNIModel model. * * To run the simulation execute the following line in shell: * ./test_2p2cni -parameterFile test_2p2cni.input ... ...
 ... ... @@ -121,26 +121,23 @@ SET_BOOL_PROP(InjectionProblem2PNI, NewtonWriteConvergence, true); * water saturated medium. During buoyancy driven upward migration the gas * passes a high temperature area. * * The domain is sized 40 m times 40 m. The rectangular area with the increased temperature (380 K) * The domain is sized 60 m times 40 m. The rectangular area with the increased temperature (380 K) * starts at (20 m, 5 m) and ends at (30 m, 35 m) * * For the mass conservation equation neumann boundary conditions are used on * the top and on the bottom of the domain, while dirichlet conditions * apply on the left and the right boundary. * the top, on the bottom and on the right of the domain, while dirichlet conditions * apply on the left boundary. * For the energy conservation equation dirichlet boundary conditions are applied * on all boundaries. * * Gas is injected at the bottom boundary from 15 m to 25 m at a rate of * Gas is injected at the right boundary from 5 m to 15 m at a rate of * 0.001 kg/(s m), the remaining neumann boundaries are no-flow * boundaries. * * At the dirichlet boundaries a hydrostatic pressure, a gas saturation of zero and * a geothermal temperature gradient of 0.03 K/m are applied. * * This problem uses the \ref TwoPNIModel. * * This problem should typically be simulated for 300000 seconds. * A good choice for the initial time step size is 1000 seconds. * This problem uses the \ref TwoPNIModel model. * * To run the simulation execute the following line in shell: * ./test_2pni -parameterFile test_2pni.input ... ...
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