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Re: NDSolve Interpolating Function Range too small!

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  • Subject: [mg26351] Re: [mg26344] NDSolve Interpolating Function Range too small!
  • From: Reza Malek-Madani <research at>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 02:41:13 -0500 (EST)
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I would imagine you are hitting a singularity at 10^(-30) if Mathematica
is not giving you other warnings. If you send me the equations, I would be
happy to play with them and report back what I find. Reza.   

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On Tue, 12 Dec 2000 flashboltzmann at wrote:

> I'm using NDSolve to numerically solve three very complicated second
> order differential equation. When NDSolve does the calculation though
> the interpolating function always has a range in the 10^-30 something
> range. This is useless when I try to plot the solutions to the equation
> because I need it on a range of up to 100. How do I tweak mathematica
> (or my equation) to get a decent range from the interpolating function?
> Also, when I am plotting is there any way to tell mathematica not to
> extrapolate a solution if it hits an undefined point?
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