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    • Martin Utz's avatar
      [swe][frictionlaw] Small changes. · d37885ab
      Martin Utz authored
      d37885ab
    • Martin Utz's avatar
      [swe][frictionlaws] Remove template argument Scalar · 241c5038
      Martin Utz authored
      It is possible to extract the Scalar type from the NumEqVector type.
      Therefore its not necessary any longer to pass it explicitly as an
      template argument.
      241c5038
    • Martin Utz's avatar
      [swe][frictionlaws] Enable test for Nikuradse · f563b6ae
      Martin Utz authored
      One can run the test now also with Nikuradse. But be aware that the
      friction value in the input file is a Manning values.
      Addintional changes
      - The names of the variables used for the calculation of the
        boundaryfluxes are changed, because they were not really clear. Also the
        documentation of their file is improved.
      - Some smaller modification were also applyied, which were demanded
        by the discussion about the merge request.
      f563b6ae
    • Martin Utz's avatar
      [swe][frictionlaws] Make FrictionLaw a runtime parameter · b77f014e
      Martin Utz authored
      Also some of the smaller suggestions of the review process are
      integrated.
      b77f014e
    • Martin Utz's avatar
      [swe][frictionlaws] Include some small changes · 33f0c477
      Martin Utz authored
      - use std::array instead of std::vector.
      - In general manningN is a spatial parameter, so put it there, even
        if it is a constant in the rough channel test.
      - Rename the water depth from h to waterDepth.
      - Fix the dambreak test, which was incidentially broken by the work on thei
        rouch channel test.
      33f0c477
    • Martin Utz's avatar
      [swe][frictionlaws] Add a friction law test · 0468997f
      Martin Utz authored
      The test provides a simple channel flow based on the friction law after
      Manning. Normal flow is assumed, therefore the formular after Gaukler,
      Manning and Strickler can be used to get an analytic solution.
      0468997f
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    • Kilian Weishaupt's avatar
      [staggered][fluxVars] Adapt treatment of interior boundaries · 5039347f
      Kilian Weishaupt authored
      * so far, interior boundaries (e.g., flow around a block)
        were always interpreted as Dirichlet (no-slip) boundaries
      * the reduced distance used in the calculation of the gradient
        was already correctly incorporated, we just document it better here
      * this concerns the gradient for the shear stress term, e.g., du/dy
        at an edge within the domain
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