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General inclusion: Kf and $\pi\alpha\gamma_m$ arbitrary

In this more general case, we have

Q^*f = 1c + 2G^*(2-3g)15(K_f+gG^*),   where

g 2(1-_m).  

Again, the DEM equations can be easily integrated and yield

(G^*G_m) (1G^* + cgdK_f 1G_m + cgdK_f)^1-cd = (1-)^1d.   Then, it is easy to check that the two previous cases are obtained when $\alpha \to 0$ and $K_f \to 0$, respectively.



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4/29/2001