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    end channel or channel end

    Hello,

    I have a doubt which one is correct:

    We impose boundary conditions in all the domain except in the two ends channel.
    We impose boundary conditions in all the domain except in the two channel ends.

    I think is the second one, but I am not sure

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    Re: end channel or channel end

    Quote Originally Posted by laephy View Post
    Hello,

    I have a doubt which one is correct:

    We impose boundary conditions in all the domain except in the two ends channel.
    We impose boundary conditions in all the domain except in the two channel ends.

    I think is the second one, but I am not sure
    If you mean the two ends of the channel, then the second is right.


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    Re: end channel or channel end

    Yes, that is the mean.
    Thanks

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