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Elmer Documentation =================== The ElmerDocumentaion.zip file includes the following documentations. ElmerguiManual.pdf Manual of the Graphical user interface of Elmer. ElmerOverview.pdf Overview over the different Elmer software with a view of the different executables, modules, manuals and strategies. ElmerSolverManual.pdf Manual gives on overview of the capabilities of the solver with an emphasis on generic services provided by the solver. ElmerModelsManual.pdf This manual describes the different physical models that are defined in independent subroutines. ElmerTutorials.pdf The tutorials of the Elmer software are basically just example files with documentation. ElmerGridManual.pdf The Manual of ElmerGrid utility. ElmerParamManual.pdf Tutorial of the parametrisized interface of ascii based I/O. MATCManual.pdf Manual over the matc language that is used in several Elmer modules. The Elmer documentation is constantly under development. The create date of the manuals is printed in the cover of the manuals. The manuals are not always quite up to date. Particularly the SolverManual is still not ready.
Source: README_doc.txt, updated 2011-05-06

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