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Mar 31, 2006, 3:52:11 PM (18 years ago)
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Started a FAQ in the user manual

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     1669\chapter{Frequently Asked Questions}
     1670
     1671
     1672\section{General Questions}
     1673
     1674\subsubsection{What is \anuga?}
     1675
     1676\subsubsection{Why is it called \anuga?}
     1677
     1678\subsubsection{How do I obtain a copy of \anuga?}
     1679
     1680\subsubsection{What developments are expected for \anuga in the future?}
     1681
     1682\subsubsection{Are there any published articles about \anuga that I can reference?}
     1683
     1684\section{Modelling Questions}
     1685
     1686\subsubsection{Which type of problems are \anuga good for?}
     1687
     1688\subsubsection{Which type of problems are beyond the scope of \anuga?}
     1689
     1690\subsubsection{Can I start the simulation at an arbitrary time?}
     1691Yes, using \code{domain.set_time()} you can specify an arbitrary starting time.
     1692This is for example useful in conjunction with a file_boundary, which may start hours before anything hits the model boundary. By assigning a later time for the model to start, computational resources aren't wasted.
     1693
     1694\subsubsection{Why does a file\_function return a list of numbers when evaluated?}
     1695
     1696\subsubsection{Which diagnostics are available to troubleshoot a simulation?}
     1697
     1698\subsection{Boundary Conditions}
     1699
     1700\subsubsection{How do I create a Dirichlet boundary condition?}
     1701
     1702\subsubsection{How do I know which boundary tags are available?}
     1703The method \code{domain.get_boundary_tags()} will return a list of
     1704available tags for use with \code{domain.set_boundary_condition()}.
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    16691710\chapter{Glossary}
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