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boundary condition

n. Mathematics
An equation that specifies the behavior of the solution to a system of differential equations at the boundary of its domain.
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Noun1.boundary condition - (mathematics) a condition specified for the solution to a set of differential equations
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precondition, stipulation, condition - an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else
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"What is the minimum needed to resolve this problem?" is the form in which the boundary conditions are usually probed.
1 -7].The purpose of this study is to develop a difference method of spatial characteristics for solving plane problems of dynamic elasticity with discontinuous boundary conditions.
Effect of delamination area for different boundary conditions with (0/90) layup.
Exploring the maximal accretive realizations of geometric Kramers-Fokker-Planck operators on manifolds with boundaries, Nier introduces a general class of boundary conditions that ensures the maximal accretivity and some global sub-elliptic estimates.
Description of Chloride Transport with Two Boundary Conditions
Figure 4(a) shows the sensitivity of the [alpha]-graphyne-based resonator with different attached masses for L = 10 nm and u = v = L/2 under different boundary conditions. The sensitivity is related to the frequency shift of the resonator with an increase in the attached mass.
The Distribution of Water Level in Flow Boundary Conditions. When the flow at the boundary is the same, which means [Q.sub.vac] = Q, the amount of pumped water in vacuum dewatering is the same as that in nonvacuum dewatering.
Differential systems with coupled boundary conditions have some applications in various fields of sciences and engineering, for example, the heat equation [1], reaction-diffusion phenomena [2], and interaction problems [3].
Furthermore, taking appropriate function for f, [g.sub.0], [g.sub.L], [h.sub.0], [h.sub.w], [k.sub.0], [k.sub.H], the initial condition and boundary conditions yield
A specific rotating heat pipe was examined under the three kinds of boundary conditions: linear distribution, uniform but asymmetric distribution, and uniform as well as symmetric distribution of heat load.

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