This includes a new scheme,
pressure-energy-monaghan that includes a variable artificial viscosity.
More information is available here: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1997JCoPh.136...41M
This still needs documenting fully, but I think it is probably a good idea to merge this sooner rather than later to avoid divergence.
Note that we actually update the artificial viscosity half a time-step too "late" -- this does not seem to have a significant effect.
This passes all of the current hydro tests, and shows a significant improvement, particularly with respect to the width of the distributions.
See attached the
One minor issue is that this makes performance on the Evrard collapse marginally worse; the distribution is moved around a bit.