spheresProblem2.frink

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use Solver.frink
symbolicMode[true]
showApproximations[false]

ball = new Solver[[Pout === area eSubst sigma Tsphere^4,
                            Puniv === area eUniverse sigma Tuniv^4,
                            Tuniv === 2.725 K,
                            eUniverse === 1,
                            collectingArea === pi r^2,
                            Pfromsun === (Psun / (4 pi dsun^2)) collectingArea,
                            Psun === sunpower,
                            Pout === Puniv + Pfromsun,
                            1 === eSubst + rSubst + aSubst,
                            area === 4 pi r^2,
                            dsun === sundist],
                           ["sigma", "pi", "sunpower", "K", "sundist"]]

ball.draw[]
//ball.pushSimpler[]
solutions = ball.solveFor["Tsphere"]
ball.draw[]
println[join["\n",solutions]]
println[]
args = [["rSubst", 0.04], ["aSubst", 0.04]]
solutions = ball.solveFor["Tsphere",args]
println[join["\n",solutions]]
println[]
//for s = solutions
//   println[eval[child[s,1], false, true]]

//println["\nSolving for silver outside:"]
//args = [["rSubst", 9/10], ["aSubst", 0], ["dsun", sundist]]
//results = ball.solveForValues["Tsphere", args, false]
//println[join["\n",array[results]]]
//println["\nEvaluated:"]
//println[join["\n",eval[array[results]]]]



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