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Chris Gobby
07/18/01 04:02am

Basically I can't find a way to solve the integral below the best method I have found is to use the QuasiMontecarlo method, but this is very time consuming, and the integral is part of a set of equations that needs to be solved to find p.

So, any ideas on how to solve this integral with p taking any number, the problem with it is the singularity at u=0

NIntegrate[(u(1.4031*^14 p)/(u^4 - 2.85751*^12 u^2 p))
BesselJ[0, u]^2, {u, 0, Infinity}]

Thanks for the help

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