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spice
10/17/12 02:42am

In Response To 'Re: Re: Re: DSolve with a set of equations'
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Thank you for your kind answer. I do it now the following way:

eq1 := vL[t] == L * iL'[t]
eq2 := iC[t] == C * vC'[t]
eq3 := iL[t] == iC[t] + I0
eq4 := VDC == vL[t] + vC[t]
bound1 := iL[0] == Ib
bound2 := vL[0] == vL0
FullSimplify[
DSolve[{eq1, eq2, eq3, eq4, bound1, bound2}, {iL[t], vC[t], iC[t],
vL[t]}, t]]

Then I get all solutions. I though it would be possible, just to get iL[t] directly. But for me thats fine.

Thank you again, you helped me a lot!
All the best
spice

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DSolve with a set of equations spice 10/16/12 09:23am
Re: DSolve with a set of equations Bill Simpson 10/16/12 12:39pm
Re: Re: DSolve with a set of equations spice 10/16/12 3:05pm
Re: Re: Re: DSolve with a set of equations Bill Simpson 10/16/12 3:57pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: DSolve with a set of equations spice 10/17/12 02:42am
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