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Respected @tomleslie @Christian Wolinski

Thanks for the reply.

The results are looking good.

Respected @tomleslie  @Carl Love  @Christian Wolinski

finally, I got a result using the print comment.

Thanks for a healthy discussion.

 

Respected @Christian Wolinski 

previously using one for loop I used ba3 := [(X1 || (1 .. NN))(0)] comment to disply the  rhs(-R(0)[3]) value.

 

using two for-loop how to display the date :

eg:

Respected @Christian Wolinski 

how to display X1[i,j] value

Respected @tomleslie 

Any differential equation doesn't have a unique solution. Based on their initial guess solution will vary, sometimes may exist two or three solutions also. 

in Matlab, bvp4c was used to achieve the solutions with two different initial guesses. 

for first solution: solinit = bvpinit(linspace(0,infinity,100),[-1.50 0 -0.3 0.0 -0.3 0 0]);

Second solution: solinit = bvpinit(linspace(0,infinity,100),[-1.50 0 0.3 0.0 -0.3 0 0]);

JVBASHA.docxJVBASHA.txt

in the above metion text and word document have a matlab programme what i used, copy and pasete in matlab.

Have a good day.

Thank you,   @Kitonum  

Now it's working well. 

Has anyone got a solution for this FEM model?

Dear @tomleslie 

I am using maple18. shade between commend has not existed in this package. any alter way is there.

 

Have a good day.

odeProb2.mw

Error, shadebetween is not a command in the plots package
Error, (in plots:-display) expecting plot structure but received: plts


 

Dear @tomleslie 

Here eta in the boundary condition.
so, instead of eta, we will take only the limit value.

like: g(N)=f(N)+N*D(f)(N)-N*D(g)(N)

 

Have a good day.

Dear @tomleslie,

Thanks for your quick response, and also your clear explanation about the odeplot and shade between comment.

Dear @tomleslie,

Here N is the limit value.

eta(N) represent eta at N value.

I didn't get a clear idea, how to use or insert eta at the limit.

that's the way I noticed this 

 

Respected @tomleslie,

It is possible to fill the region with the color scheme in odeplot.

In this ode plot, how to fill the region with color scheme "HSV".

display( [seq(plt[i], i=1..11)],size=[600,500],filled=true,axes=boxed,colorscheme=[green,red]);

Dear @acer 

Thank you for showing different plots for the same equation.

Have a good day

Dear @Carl Love 

The plots are coming very nice.

Thanks for your precious work and continuous support.

Have a good day.

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