HOW about this one?
q is not constant value.
@JPark61 wrote:
HOW about this one?
q is not constant value.
This is exactly what MFra already had shown quite a while ago.
If q is variable, too, you have a myriad number of solutions. And if you chose a q value for which a solution exists, there usually exist an infinite number of additional solution for d1 and d2.
So you have some additional degrees of freedom.
Some exemple:
q=10, d1=0.1, d2=0.121
or
q=10, d1=0.15, d2=0.071
or
q=10, d1=0.2, d2=0,021
etc.
Here is the formula where you can calculate d2 if q and d1 are given: