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Peter Pein
02/05/13 06:55am

Hi,

looking at your equations it is obvious that the special case mu[t]==0 (and therefore ph1[t]==ph2[t] for all t) is consistent with your boundary values.

This speeds the calculation further up (see attachment).

Peter

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