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1.9 Uniqueness of the Solution with Dirichlet or Neumann Boundary Conditions
The question arises as to what are the boundary conditions appropriate for the
Poission (or Laplace) equation in order that a unique and well-behaved (i.e., ...
right-hand side, it can be shown that the values of 4>(x) and V<t>(x) as x
approaches the surface are in general inconsistent with the assumed boundary
values. The question of whether Cauchy boundary conditions on an open surface
Thus, for Dirichlet boundary conditions we demand: GD(x, xO = 0 for x' on S (1 .
43) Then the first term in the surface integral in (1.42) vanishes and the solution is
<t>(x) = £ P(xOGD(x, xO dV-^ <j> *(*') da' (1 .44) For Neumann boundary ...
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