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where can I find what the boundary conditions are that are used in both monodomain and bidomain simulations? Can these ones be changed?

Thanks a lot in advance!



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By default, homogeneous Neumann boundary conditions (no flux) are assumed. This could indeed be described more clearly in the manual. Contributions are appreciated:

These examples provide further information on more complex boundary condition scenarios:

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Thank you for the quick reply!

Are these boundary conditions the ones from myocardium to bath or for the end of the bath or both?
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For bidomain with bath, the "end of the bath" has homogeneous Neumann boundary conditions for Phi_e.
At the tissue to bath boundary, Phi_i has homogeneous Neumann boundary conditions as well whereas for Phi_e continuity from tissue to bath is enforced.
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