Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Benskin View Post
The log-H range from the speed point is 1.30 but from the fractional gradient point is Δ1.50, which is what it is in the fractional gradient method. ... The fixed density of 0.10 over Fb+f always has a Δ0.29 from the fractional gradient speed point.....
Without taking away from anything else...

Is this an approximate Δ1.50? Or is a different "upper density" endpoint on logH used for the range used for the two methods? Adding 0.29 to 1.30 gives me 1.59.