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Fix pc-snap-off in pore network to use the proper corner half angle

Maziar Veyskarami requested to merge fix/porenetwork_pcSnapoff into master

Snap-off happens in throats which have corners. To calculate the pc-snap-off, corner half angle of the throat is needed. Current implementation is only based on square cross section. We need to include corner half angle in the calculation to be able to calculate pc snap-off for other cross sections than square.

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Edited by Maziar Veyskarami

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