## 355 Reputation

12 years, 33 days

## infinity = 9...

I have to agree with you on this.

The graph has some visual resemblance with the original one.

Your proposed solution has this issue with the infinity = 9,

if I try to check for some thing less than 9 or greater than 9, then

I have to change the entires in the interval of study.

Anyway, it was a great effort on your behalf to come up with such

a robust way of handling such a complicated situation.

I am hoping that people are reading our posts, maybe some one has

a different idea and will come up with an elegant way to handle the problem.

Thanks

## values of s,lambda, Omega...

@Preben Alsholm

Well, the values of s, Omega, A in one case are given to be zero, respectively.

For a more clear info please see this image, where things are explained in details.

What, I am trying to do is to get the results in Fig. 2(a).

This image is taken from this paper, page number 6.

Thanks for point this out.

Actually, what I am trying to do is to solve this ODE using shooting method.

but the problem is that when I use the ICS in this form,

IC:={f(0)=s, G(0)=1+lambda+Omega*H(0)}:

I get an error and I do not know how to interpret such type of condition,

(G(0)=1+lambda+Omega*H(0)) in maple for shooting method.

So, to try my luck, I took H(0)=1 and considered the Omega = 0.

But you rightly pointed it out (my mistake).

Now, I do not where to go and from where to start.

I still need further assistance on this.

Thanks

If you ever try to read the maple code carefully then you will find

this

`ShootLib := "C:/khan/Shoot9/":`
`which is asking for the file name Shoot9, which contains the library`
`for the shooting method.`
`Before you run your code, you need to put that file some where on your`
`computer and then give the path to that file.`
`Thanks`
`Shoot9.zip`

If you ever try to read the maple code carefully then you will find

this

`ShootLib := "C:/khan/Shoot9/":`
`which is asking for the file name Shoot9, which contains the library`
`for the shooting method.`
`Before you run your code, you need to put that file some where on your`
`computer and then give the path to that file.`
`Thanks`
`Shoot9.zip`

## but how to get the data?...

Thanks

It worked, but I need to find a way to get the data in a .txt file,

which then can be used for further analysis.

Some thing like this

Q     Dtheta[Q]

-1.5   3

-1     2

.      .

.     .

## but how to get the data?...

Thanks

It worked, but I need to find a way to get the data in a .txt file,

which then can be used for further analysis.

Some thing like this

Q     Dtheta[Q]

-1.5   3

-1     2

.      .

.     .

## Re:independent variables.......

The independent variables are (x1,x2,x3) and T is T(x1,x2,x3).

Thanks

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