This is ASPECT newsletter #126.
It automatically reports recently merged features and discussions about the ASPECT mantle convection code.
Below you find a list of recently proposed or merged features:
#4027: Fix probability density particle generator (implemented by gassmoeller; reviewed by bangerth)
#4026: Fix split line problem for cmake version 2.8.12. (implemented by MFraters)
#4025: Add one new citation, Faccenna, and update Heckenbach (implemented by ljhwang; reviewed by gassmoeller)
#4024: Remove unnecessary particle backups (implemented by gassmoeller)
#4022: Fix spherical shell restart. Add test. (implemented by gassmoeller; reviewed by tjhei)
#4020: add missing header file (implemented by tjhei; reviewed by gassmoeller)
#4015: Included constraints for interpolate output into advection field. (implemented by alarshi; reviewed by gassmoeller)
#4011: Elasticity stabilization parameter (implemented by EstherHeck; reviewed by gassmoeller)
#4009: Make sure visualization names are unique (implemented by gassmoeller; reviewed by tjhei)
#4006: Fix spherical gaussian perturbation initial temperature (implemented by anne-glerum; reviewed by gassmoeller)
#3995: Change computation of strain rate invariant in visualization postprocessor. (implemented by MFraters; reviewed by gassmoeller)
#3980: Improvements to the van Keken benchmark section of the manual. (implemented by bangerth; reviewed by gassmoeller)
#3770: Added Stabilization Factor for Elasticity (implemented by danieldouglas92; reviewed by gassmoeller)
And this is a list of recently opened or closed discussions:
#4023 Particles + mesh deformation hits artificial cell assert (opened)
#4021 Errors with restart from checkpoint for current deal.ii development version (opened and closed)
#3996 Check for duplication of visualization output variable names (closed)
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