Alger

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This is the same in mathematica, matlab, fortran etc...

Yes, it is a challenge for Maplesoft

Thanks for your answer

Thank you for the answers

I will chose one way

Thank you for the answers

I will chose one way

In the case of your s1 and s2, you have a system of equations in f1 and f2 (if f[0](x) is known)

In this case, you can not solve it with a for command

you should write : dsolve({s[1](x),s[2](x)},{f[1](x),f[2](x)})

and add boundary conditions as (D@@2)(f[1]) because you have a third derivative

In the case of your s1 and s2, you have a system of equations in f1 and f2 (if f[0](x) is known)

In this case, you can not solve it with a for command

you should write : dsolve({s[1](x),s[2](x)},{f[1](x),f[2](x)})

and add boundary conditions as (D@@2)(f[1]) because you have a third derivative

@Markiyan Hirnyk 

particle.zip

Upload don't accept .nb file. I ziped it

I executed your maple worksheet and mathematica notebook.

In maple take a lot of time but in mathematica few seconds

I am interested also to know how to modify your commands to get more and more less time with maple ?

When you execut the command for a range 0 to 1, you should enter the range for a, as:

0 to 1. (float) and not 0 to 1

When you execut the command for a range 0 to 1, you should enter the range for a, as:

0 to 1. (float) and not 0 to 1

It work now

Thanks

It work now

Thanks

Work well

Thank you

Work well

Thank you

@Alec Mihailovs

Thank you for your help

I understand my error

 

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