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hanjo
08/25/04 11:10am

I have three coupled ordinary differential equations which describe the corresponding field amplitudes for three light waves along z-axis. NDSolve creates interpolating functions in a specific interval.
Now I would like to vary one initial condition (starting intensity of one of the waves) and another value (a phase mismatch between two of the waves) in this set of equations and for each change calculate NDSolve and give the value of the amplitudes at one specific point on the z-axis.
The reason is that I want to vary the starting intensity for several values of the mismatch and see how the amplitudes will change at that z-position.
The resulting triplets of values consisting of intensity, mismatch and amplitude should be plotted in an according 3dplot.
I tried for-loops, tables but until now without any success.

Thanks for your help

hanjo

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