HydroGeoSphere/Transport Boundary Conditions

There are three basic options available for assigning boundary conditions to the transport solution. These are to specify either first-type (concentration), second-type (mass flux, concentration gradient), or third-type (Cauchy) at a node. Although these are typically applied to nodes located on the surface of the domain, first- and second-type boundary conditions can can also be applied to internal nodes.

Once they are defined, you can check the transport boundary conditions using the following instruction, which causes the current configuration to be written to the prefixo.eco file:

Echo transport boundary conditionsEdit

Causes the current boundary conditions to be written to the prefixo.eco file.

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