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Topic: Solution of Differential Algabraic Equations
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Peter Spellucci

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Re: Solution of Differential Algabraic Equations
Posted: Dec 10, 1996 7:47 AM
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In article <329CF205.4C76@softopia.pref.gifu.jp>, Joel Shellman <shellman@softopia.pref.gifu.jp> writes:
|> Has there been any good methods developed for numerical solution of
|> DAE's? Is there anywhere on the net that has information about it? I
|> read a book recently and it said there wasn't a good method for this
|> yet. The book is a few years old, so I'm wondering what the current
|> situation is.
|>
|> Thanks,
|>
|> -joel
|>
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what about DASSL? there has been a lot of successful work in the field
by e.g. Gear, Leimkuhler, Petzold, Maerz,
whether the problem is "hard" depends on the so called "index" of
your system. index1 is easy and can be treated by Gear's BDF or by imlicit
Runge-Kutta-formulas. DASSl uses BDF . It is available through netlib.
For theory have a look at books e.g. by Roswitha Maerz, Hairer&Norsett&Wanner
etc.
hope this helps
peter





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