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Default Boundary conditions for a newly added transport equation
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I have added a new transport equation to calculate the transport of sediments to a solver.
However, I need the solution of my new equation only in the domain which is at a height, h above the bottom surface. But I have no boundary there. My only boundaries are top, bottom, left and right.

In short, is it possible to assign a boundary specifically for a transport equation, so that particular equation is solved only in the required domain while the rest of the equations are solved in the entire domain.
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