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What does B/C stand for?
B/C stands for Boundary Conditions
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Under the above conditions, the problem of identifying an incoming laser beam is equivalent to identifying the boundary conditions at the part of the domain (outer) that is not accessible.
It is assumed that u satisfies suitable boundary conditions on [partial derivative][OMEGA], which is subdivided as follows: [partial derivative][[OMEGA].
From using particles to track secondary fields to identifying boundary conditions, it's a technical resource suitable for college-level computer and science libraries alike.
Formulation of such a problem includes the Stokes and continuity equations subject to boundary conditions at both the fluid/solid interface and the outer boundaries of the whole system.
The relevant boundary conditions are y = 0, u = mx, v = 0, m > 0 u = [infinity], u = 0, v = -C (3) To solve the problem, we define the following dimensionless variables y' = y/h, u' = uh/[gamma], x' = x/h, v' = vh/[gamma] Substituting all these dimensionless variable in the equations (1) and (2), we have the following equations in dimensionless form [partial derivative]u/[partial derivative]x + [partial derivative]v/[partial derivative]y = 0 (4) u [partial derivative]u/[partial derivative]x + [partial derivative]u/[partial derivative]y = [[partial derivative].
With tapering and curving boundary conditions, the ambition was to maximise the footprint, while anchoring the mass of the building to the end of the terrace.