- ... model
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- Contributed by Simon Rolshoven, LSC, FENAC, EPFL.
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- ... variable,
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- In the original paper [8],
equation (150) was written with
instead of
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but all the results presented in that paper were computed with OOFEM using an implementation based on (150).
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- ... equation
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- Note that the symbols and
in Eq. (236) have a different meaning than in Eq. (235).
The reason is that the nonlinear model for moisture transport described
in Section 2.4 traditionally
uses for permeability and Eq. (236) should be obtained
as a special case of Eq. (239).
On the other hand, the heat conduction model
from Section 2.1 was implemented earlier and the input parameters
are directly called and , so changing this notation now could lead
to confusion for some older input files.
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