... model1
Contributed by Simon Rolshoven, LSC, FENAC, EPFL.
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... variable,2
In the original paper [8], equation (150) was written with instead of , but all the results presented in that paper were computed with OOFEM using an implementation based on (150).
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... equation3
Note that the symbols $ k$ and $ c$ in Eq. (234) have a different meaning than in Eq. (233). The reason is that the nonlinear model for moisture transport described in Section 2.4 traditionally uses $ c$ for permeability and Eq. (234) should be obtained as a special case of Eq. (237). On the other hand, the heat conduction model from Section 2.1 was implemented earlier and the input parameters are directly called $ k$ and $ c$, so changing this notation now could lead to confusion for some older input files.
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