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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Effect of delamination area for different boundary conditions with (0/90) layup.
Caption: Figure 6: Effect of location of the attached mass on the sensitivity of the (a) [alpha]- and (b) [gamma]-graphyne-based resonators under the SSSS boundary condition for L = 10 nm.
At the same time, the differences of water levels in waterhead boundary condition are smaller than those in constant flow boundary condition.
Khan, "Positive solutions to singular system with four-point coupled boundary conditions," Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol.
This model of partial differential equation and its initial and boundary conditions comes from pollution distribution on a street tunnel, where the wind flows steadily only in the x and y directions.
When the distribution of heat flux is linear, the boundary condition of the radial velocity of the vapor flow is linear, and it can be described as
[19] Tingting Qi, Yansheng Liu, and Yujun Cui, "Existence of Solutions for a Class of Coupled Fractional Differential Systems with Nonlocal Boundary Conditions," Journal of Function Spaces, vol.
In this paper, the Neumann boundary condition is extended to the application of chloride transport as follows:
Our aim is to investigate the accuracy of a family of absorbing boundary conditions. Different objective functions are used to define the optimal values of coefficients and the convergence rate of the selected family of rational functions is tested.
Although these works use iteration-parallelism to increase the processing speed, they only support simple boundary conditions such as fixed boundaries where constants are used as the boundary data.
Here, a numerical method for solving engineering problems that enables exact treatment of all prescribed boundary conditions at all boundary points and does not require numerical integration is presented.