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thank you for your hints

If it possible solve set of equations and only gimme amounts of P


Please help me to solve (EQs), I need amounts of P.

Thanks alot




You reach to the answer b[i]=0 and P=P.

By changing the initial state (BI) and number of loops (N), various roots of EQs can be obtained in numerical methods, like Newton method.

Therefore by using Newton method and changing the N and BI, I reach to the what Maple returns (your answer) for any arbitrary amounts of N and BI, and I can see the validation of answer.

But, by decreasing the number of EQs (number of EQs or nodes is arbitrary in problem), the various amounts of P can be obtained, as you can see in following attached file:


When I take a greater value for m (say 20 for increasing the accuracy), Maple Can't solve EQs (or consumes unreasonable time); wherease for m=6, Maple returns some values for P.

I asked a way that, Maple solve EQs for m=20.




Thank you for your attention

This is not, what I seek for that.

There is many answers (dependent to BI and N),

but I need i) positive and ii) minimum one between 1E4 and 1E7.

As you can see in follow, the amount of members of the set {b[1] ... to b[m]} approaches to zero and any amount of P is answer!

By decreasing number of equations to m (instead m+1) the minimum amount of P is obtained; however the numerical methods like Newton are not applicable for this case.

Is there a way to solve EQ in following attached file?

Thank you for your help

@Markiyan Hirnyk 

Thank you for your attention

Yes my mean is this type of coordinate




Thank you for your hint

After changing ODE, it works


@Carl Love 

In some cases using m>6 for acceptable answer is unavoidable. But solve command don't work for m>6 !

Sol := solve(`~`[numer](Eqns), {`$`(b[n], n = 3 .. m)}):

min(remove(has, map2(eval, F, {Sol}), I));


restart: T := time(): Digits := 60:

R := sqrt(z): BI := 1.0: m := 7: g := 0.3: nu := 0.2: a := 1:b[2] := 1.0:

w := unapply(add(b[n]*cos(1.819*n*r), n = 1 .. m), r):

W := simplify(eval(w(r), solve((D(w))(1), {b[1]}))):

d1 := diff(W, r): d2 := diff(d1, r):

F := (int(((d2+d1/r)^2-(2*(1-nu))*d2*d1/r)*r*(1+g*r/a)^3, r = 0 .. a))/(int(d1^2*r, r = 0 .. a)):

Eqns := {seq(diff(F, b[n]), n = 3 .. m)}:

for z to m-2 do B[z, 1] := evalf(R)*BI end do:

to 30 do

for k to m-2 do for z from 3 to m do j[k, z-2] := subs({`$`(b[n] = B[n-2, 1], n = 3 .. m)}, diff(op(`~`[numer](Eqns))[k], b[z])) end do:end do:

for k to m-2 do f[k, 1] := subs(`$`(b[n] = B[n-2, 1], n = 3 .. m), op(`~`[numer](Eqns))[k]) end do:

FF := Matrix(m-2, 1, f):jacobi := Matrix(m-2, m-2, j):

B := evalm(Matrix(m-2, 1, B)-evalm(`&*`(1/jacobi, FF))) end do:

Error = FF; # Error of Previous Step

FW=subs({`$`(b[n] = B[n-2, 1], n = 3 .. m)}, F);

Time = time()-T;


I write above code but it is dependent to initial values of b[3] to b[m] (i.e. BI) and ratio of b[n] (i.e. R)

For some cases Error is acceptable but the solution dosent approach to minimum amount of FW.

e.g. : (m=7, BI= 0.2,R=1, FW=157.5572)

e.g. : (m=7, BI= -0.9, R=sqrt(z),FW=272.8171)

For R=1/z and BI=0.05 we can get minimum amount of FW (i.e. 23.691).

But answers are changed. How can I fix it?


@Carl Love 

It is an arbitrary selection of coefficients b[n] for satisfying bellow boundary condition, but r=1 is requisited.

diff(w, r$2) + nu*diff(w,r) = 0    @    r = 1

Selection of polynomial instead of trigonometric function shows better convergence and less time for this case.


w1 = b[n]*r^(2+.262*n)  and w2 = b[n]*cos(n*r)  for  B.C.  " diff(w, r$2)+nu*diff(w,r)=0 @ r=1 " :

m=3  -->  FW1=6.1123   and  FW2=6.1186    (FW1<FW2)

m=4  -->  FW1=6.1118   and  FW2=6.1123    (FW1<FW2)

m=5  -->  FW1=6.1107   and  FW2=6.1112    (FW1<FW2)

Exact Solution is 6.110

Cosine function is better than exponential for bellow case.

w1 = b[n]*r^(2+.506*n)  and w2 = b[n]*cos(1.8*n*r)  for  B.C.  " diff(w,r) = 0 @ r=1 " :

m=3  -->  FW1=23.7358   and  FW2=23.7796     (FW1<FW2)

m=4  -->  FW1=23.7172   and  FW2=23.7027     (FW1>FW2)

m=5  -->  FW1=23.7119   and  FW2=23.6949     (FW1>FW2)

Exact Solution is 23.691

It is requisted to use at least m=6 for obtaining the amount 23.691. But if it is possible, please help me to write a program for finding an optimum argument of cosine or exponent of polynomial. It may be complicated but if you have enough time please hint me about that.



Thank you tomleslie for your help

@Carl Love 

Thanks alot for your help

The minimum possible amount of FW is required

Maple 18 needs unreasonable time for solving problem when m is equal to 5

Is there a way to neglect redundant equations for minimizing FW?

Assuming polynomial instead of cosine helps to convergence:


Digits := 30: m := 4: g := .3: nu := .2: a := 1:

w := unapply(add(b[n]*r^(2+.262*n), n = 1 .. m), r):

W := simplify(eval(w(r), solve(((D@@2)(w))(1)+nu*(D(w))(1), {b[1]}))):

d1 := diff(W, r): d2 := diff(d1, r):

F := (int(((d2+d1/r)^2-(2*(1-nu))*d2*d1/r)*r*(1+g*r/a)^3, r = 0 .. a))/(int(d1^2*r, r = 0 .. a)):

Sol := solve({seq(diff(F, b[n]), n = 3 .. m)}, {`$`(b[n], n = 3 .. m)}):

FW := min(map2(eval, F, [Sol]));


Is it requisite to write a program for solving NL Eqs?


Tricks for solving (lots of) coupled nonlinear equations numerically

  Methods for Systems of Nonlinear Equations


For m>=4, Maple 18 can't show numerical amounts of FW .

Maple 18 returns F parameyrically instead of FW.

m=2 ---> FW=6.18788052788535979489838829491

m=3 ---> FW=6.11860004299491357506825515146

m=4 ---> FW =







The exact solution is 6.110


Thanks a lot


Maple 18 shows the bellow value!



Thank you for the attached program

but result of attached file is not coincident with origin code.

I have to improve programming skills for solving time consuming problems in the least amount of time possible.

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