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In response to an earlier posting:

Since the collector is part of the diaphragm (rho= 1.0, except between offsets of LFRSs & until the next code change), I would not use these factors at the same time.

questions:
1. Is there any situation where these two factors should be used in conjuction?

2. (sorry, I am not a native English speakers) instead of "not" shouldn't "naught" be the right word for the subscript of Omega?



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