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Hi all, here we have been working to understand wedge BC and our suspicions are that at least for div and laplacian operators the contribution to RHS is zero in case of axi-symmetric geometry. Respect to the contribution to matrix diagonal it is similar to an internal face in case of laplacian and null in case of div.

Is that correct? Yes... No... Why?

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