[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
[Getfem-commits] (no subject)
From: |
Tetsuo Koyama |
Subject: |
[Getfem-commits] (no subject) |
Date: |
Sun, 25 Nov 2018 10:38:41 -0500 (EST) |
branch: fixmisspell
commit 3fcba5a00a36832758d656d81f6a95bc9a877e12
Author: Tetsuo Koyama <address@hidden>
Date: Mon Nov 26 00:37:58 2018 +0900
Fix typo in docs
---
doc/sphinx/source/project/femdesc.rst | 2 +-
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/appendixB.rst | 2 +-
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_high.rst | 1 +
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_low.rst | 4 ++--
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_ALE_rotating.rst | 4 ++--
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Mindlin_plate.rst | 2 +-
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Nitsche.rst | 2 +-
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_dirichlet.rst | 2 +-
doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_linear_elasticity.rst | 2 +-
9 files changed, 11 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/project/femdesc.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/project/femdesc.rst
index 8212c3e..987fed4 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/project/femdesc.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/project/femdesc.rst
@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@ where ``"name of trans"`` can be chosen among the following
list.
* ``"GT_LINEAR_PRODUCT(a,b)"``
Description of the direct product of the two transformations ``a`` and ``b``
- keeping a linear transformation (this is a restriction of he previous
+ keeping a linear transformation (this is a restriction of the previous
function). This allows, for instance, to use exact integrations on regular
meshes with parallelograms.
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/appendixB.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/appendixB.rst
index 27fbd5a..679841c 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/appendixB.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/appendixB.rst
@@ -497,7 +497,7 @@ Gauss Integration methods on dimension 3
1/24
- ``"IM_TETRAHEDRON(2)"``
- 4 points, order 2} \hspace{7em}
+ 4 points, order 2
:math:`a = \Frac{5 - \sqrt{5}}{20}`
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_high.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_high.rst
index ef363f6..9119120 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_high.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_high.rst
@@ -865,6 +865,7 @@ The weak form language of |gf| furnishes a mechanism to
compute such a term. Fir
where ``model`` or ``workspace`` is the model or workspace where the secondary
domain has to be declared, ``domain_name`` is a string for the identification
of this domain together with the mesh region and integration method, ``mim``
the integration method and ``region`` a mesh region. Note that with these
standard secondary domains, the integration is done on the whole region for
each element of the primary domain. It can be interesting to implement specific
secondary domains restrictin [...]
Once a secondary domain has been declared, it can be specified that a weak
form language expression has to be assembled on the direct product of a current
domain and a secondary domain, adding the name of the secondary domain to the
``add_expression`` method of the workspace object or using
``add_linear_twodomain_term``, ``add_nonlinear_twodomain_term`` or
``add_twodomain_source_term`` functions::
+
workspace.add_expression(expr, mim, region, derivative_order,
secondary_domain)
add_twodomain_source_term(model, mim, expr, region, secondary_domain)
add_linear_twodomain_term(model, mim, expr, region, secondary_domain)
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_low.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_low.rst
index e9629e4..3cb475a 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_low.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/gasm_low.rst
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ and ``mfdata``). The instruction ``Z=data(#2);`` means that
for each convex, th
"tensor" ``Z`` will receive the values of the first data argument provided with
``push_data``, at indexes corresponding to the degrees of freedom attached to
the
convex of the second (``#2``) |mf| (here, ``Z =
-F[mfdata.ind_dof_of_element(cv)]``.
+F[mfdata.ind_dof_of_element(cv)]``).
The part ``V(#1)+=...`` means that the result of the next expression will be
accumulated into the output vector (provided with ``push_vec``). Here again,
@@ -208,4 +208,4 @@ The ``print`` command can be used to see the tensor:
``"print comp(Base(#1));"``
will print the integrals of the base functions for each convex.
If there is more than one data array, output array or output sparse
-matrix, one can use ``data$2``, ``data$3, ``V$2``, ``M$2``,...
+matrix, one can use ``data$2``, ``data$3``, ``V$2``, ``M$2``,...
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_ALE_rotating.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_ALE_rotating.rst
index 0ba9d65..49cb811 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_ALE_rotating.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_ALE_rotating.rst
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ The denomination ALE of the method is justified by the fact
that :math:`\bar{\Om
the displacement with respect to this intermediate configuration, the
advantage is that if this additional displacement with respect to the rigid
body motion is small, it is possible to use a small deformation model (for
instance linearized elasticity).
-Due to the objectivity properties of standard consistutive laws, the
expression of these laws in the intermediate configuration is most of the time
identical to the expression in a standard reference configuration except for
the expression of the time derivative which are modified because the change of
coordinate is nonconstant in time :
+Due to the objectivity properties of standard constitutive laws, the
expression of these laws in the intermediate configuration is most of the time
identical to the expression in a standard reference configuration except for
the expression of the time derivative which are modified because the change of
coordinate is nonconstant in time :
.. math::
@@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ where ``parameters`` are the parameters ...
ALE terms for a uniformly translated part of an object
------------------------------------------------------
-This section present a set of bricks facilitating the use of an ALE
formulation for an object being potentialy infinite in one direction and which
whose part of interests (on which the computation is considered) is translated
uniformly in that direction (typically a bar).
+This section present a set of bricks facilitating the use of an ALE
formulation for an object being potentially infinite in one direction and which
whose part of interests (on which the computation is considered) is translated
uniformly in that direction (typically a bar).
Theoretical background
++++++++++++++++++++++
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Mindlin_plate.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Mindlin_plate.rst
index eaa5b80..35aac80 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Mindlin_plate.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Mindlin_plate.rst
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ The following function defined in
:file:`src/getfem/getfem_linearized_plates.h`
(model, mim, mim_reduced, name_u3, name_theta, param_E,
param_nu, param_epsilon, param_kappa, variant = 2, region)
-where `name_u3` is name of the variable which represents the transverse
displacmenent, `name_theta` the variable which represents the rotation,
'param_E' the Young Modulus, `param_nu` the poisson ratio, `param_epsilon` the
plate thickness, `param_kappa` the shear correction factor. Note that since
this brick
+where `name_u3` is name of the variable which represents the transverse
displacmenent, `name_theta` the variable which represents the rotation,
`param_E` the Young Modulus, `param_nu` the poisson ratio, `param_epsilon` the
plate thickness, `param_kappa` the shear correction factor. Note that since
this brick
uses the weak form language, the parameter can be regular expression of this
language.
There are three variants.
`variant = 0` corresponds to the an
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Nitsche.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Nitsche.rst
index 01cd514..e5c2039 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Nitsche.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_Nitsche.rst
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ or described on a scalar fem. Returns the brick index in
the model.
Generic Nitsche's method for contact with friction condition
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
-We describe here the use of Nitsch's method to prescribe a contact with
Coulomb friction condition in the small deformations framework. This
corresponds to a weak integral contact condition which as some similarity with
the ones which use Lagrange multipliers describe in the corresponding section,
see :ref:`weak_integral_contact_section`
+We describe here the use of Nitsche's method to prescribe a contact with
Coulomb friction condition in the small deformations framework. This
corresponds to a weak integral contact condition which as some similarity with
the ones which use Lagrange multipliers describe in the corresponding section,
see :ref:`weak_integral_contact_section`
In order to simplify notations, let use denote by :math:`P_{n,\mathscr{F}}`
the following map which corresponds to a couple of projections:
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_dirichlet.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_dirichlet.rst
index 9ea696e..0013ef0 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_dirichlet.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_dirichlet.rst
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ associated weak form of the term is the following:
\int_{\Gamma} u \mu d\Gamma = \int_{\Gamma} u_D \mu d\Gamma, \forall \mu
\in M.
-where :math:`u` is the variable, :math:`M` is the space of multipliers,
:math:`u`
+where :math:`u` is the variable, :math:`M` is the space of multipliers,
:math:`u_D`
is the variable and :math:`\Gamma` the Dirichlet boundary. For this version, an
additional variable have to be added to represent the multiplier. It can be
done
directly to the model or thanks to the functions below. There are three
functions
diff --git a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_linear_elasticity.rst
b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_linear_elasticity.rst
index 30ada8b..119d7b9 100644
--- a/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_linear_elasticity.rst
+++ b/doc/sphinx/source/userdoc/model_linear_elasticity.rst
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ The function which adds this brick to a model and
parametrized with Young modulu
(md, mim, varname, data_E, data_nu, region = size_type(-1));
-This brick represent a plane strain approximation when it is applied to a 2D
mesh (and a standard model on a 3D mesh). in order to obtain a plane stress
approximation for 2D meshes, one can use::
+This brick represent a plane strain approximation when it is applied to a 2D
mesh (and a standard model on a 3D mesh). In order to obtain a plane stress
approximation for 2D meshes, one can use::
ind_brick = getfem::add_isotropic_linearized_elasticity_brick_pstress
(md, mim, varname, data_E, data_nu, region = size_type(-1));