--- a/src/DirichletBC.cc +++ b/src/DirichletBC.cc @@ -22,18 +22,19 @@ DEFUN_DLD (DirichletBC, args, , "-*- texinfo -*-\n\ @deftypefn {Function File} {[@var{bc}]} = \ -DirichletBC (@var{Functional Space}, @var{Boundary Label},\ - @var{Function handle}) \n\ +DirichletBC (@var{FunctionSpace}, @var{Boundary_Label},\ + @var{Function_handle}) \n\ +Specify essential boundary condition on a specific side.\n\ The input parameters are\n\ @itemize @bullet \n\ -@item @var{Functional Space} is a fem-fenics functional space where\ +@item @var{FunctionSpace} is the fem-fenics space where \ we want to apply the BC\n\ -@item @var{Function handle} is a function handle which contains the expression\ -that we want to apply as BC. If we have a Vector field, we can just use a\n\ -vector of function handle: \ -@var{Function handle} = ['@'(x, y) f1, '@'(x, y) f2, ...]\n\ -@item @var{Boundary} is an Array which contains the labels of the \ -sides where the BC is applied\n\ +@item @var{Function_handle} is a function handle which contains the expression \ +that we want to apply as a BC. If we have a Vector field, we can just use a\n\ +vector of function handles: \ +@var{Function handle} = [''@''(x, y) f1, ''@''(x, y) f2, ...]\n\ +@item @var{Boundary} is an Array which contains the label(s) of the \ +side(s) where the BC has to be applied.\n\ @end itemize\n\ The output @var{BC} is an object which contains the boundary conditions\n\ @seealso{Mesh, FunctionSpace}\n\