## Cauchy boundary condition

In mathematics , a Cauchy (pronounced /koʊˈʃiː/ ) **boundary condition** imposed on an ordinary differential equation or a partial differential equation specifies both the values a solution of a differential equation is to take on the **boundary** of the domain and the normal derivative

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## Dirichlet boundary condition

In mathematics , the Dirichlet (or first-type ) **boundary condition** is a type of **boundary condition** , named after Johann Peter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet (1805–1859) who studied under Cauchy and succeeded Gauss at University of Göttingen . [ 1 ] When imposed on an ordinary or a partial

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## No-slip condition

In fluid dynamics , the no-slip **condition** for viscous fluids states that at a solid **boundary** , the fluid will have zero velocity relative to the **boundary** . The fluid velocity at all fluid–solid boundaries is equal to that of the solid **boundary** . [ 1 ] Conceptually, one can think of the

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## Flood fill

themselves into a corner. This is also a method for solving mazes. The four pixels making the primary **boundary** are examined to see what action should be taken. The painter could find themselves in one of several conditions: All four **boundary** pixels are filled. Three of the **boundary** pixels

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## Boundary layer

In physics and fluid mechanics , a **boundary** layer is that layer of fluid in the immediate vicinity of a bounding surface where effects of viscosity of the fluid are considered in detail. In the Earth's atmosphere , the planetary **boundary** layer is the air layer near the ground affected

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## Stokes boundary layer

In fluid dynamics , the Stokes **boundary** layer , or oscillatory **boundary** layer , refers to the **boundary** layer close to a solid wall in oscillatory flow of a viscous fluid . Or, it refers to the similar case of an oscillating plate in a viscous fluid at rest, with the oscillation direction

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## Free boundary problem

In mathematics , a free **boundary** problem is a partial differential equation to be solved for both an unknown function u and an unknown domain Ω. The segment Γ of the **boundary** of Ω which is not known at the outset of the problem is the free **boundary** . The classic example is the melting

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## Boundary value problem

In mathematics , in the field of differential equations , a **boundary** value problem is a differential equation together with a set of additional restraints, called the **boundary** conditions . A solution to a **boundary** value problem is a solution to the differential equation which also satisfies

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