# boundary condition

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## boundary condition

[′bau̇n·drē kən′dish·ən]
(mathematics)
A requirement to be met by a solution to a set of differential equations on a specified set of values of the independent variables.
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The solution of the equations system (4) for initial (5) and boundary conditions (6) - (8) is found out by the difference method of spatial characteristics.
Interestingly, the size of the delaminated region had negligible effect on the average natural frequency for each mode shape for both of the clamped boundary conditions. The difference in natural frequency for each mode number is very small.
And the relevant development is based on the mathematical calibration of various forms of partial differential equation with the first boundary condition called the Dirichlet condition.
A [gamma]-graphyne membrane with clamped-free-free-free boundary condition was considered in the comparison.
(2) The boundary conditions of the seepage field were modified according to the vacuum pressure distribution law.
Wu, "Existence and uniqueness of positive solutions for singular fractional differential systems with coupled integral boundary conditions," The Journal of Nonlinear Science and its Applications, vol.
This is reasonable, with the boundary conditions satisfied, the concentration decreases away from the source faster in the x direction rather than in the y direction.
According to the collected water-quality data, functions that satisfy boundary conditions must be implemented.
The vapor phase flow is driven by the phase change at the liquid-vapor interface, which constitutes the boundary condition of the vapor phase flow.
Wang, "Fractional boundary value problems with integral boundary conditions," Applicable Analysis: An International Journal, vol.
Special artificial and transparent boundary conditions were developed and investigated in many papers, see [1,2,4,5,6,9].
Commonly available boundary conditions in FDTD computation are Dirichlet, periodic, and absorbing boundary conditions.

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