How do I separate 2 variables to be independent from each other in the equation?

I have an equation namely

(-1)*(1/(t*T))*Exp[-d*T + r*t1 - t*td]*
(a - b*p)*(c*((Exp[d*T + t*t1] - Exp[d*t1 + t*td]))*t -
Exp[d*T + t*td]*(h + t*(o + p)) +
Exp[d*t1 + t*td]*t*(o + p - T*s + s*t1) +
Exp[d*T + t*t1]*h*(1 + t*td)) == 0

I would like to separate t1 and T. That is lhs of the equations is in terms of variable of t1 and other variables except T and rhs is in terms of variable T and others variable except t1.

How can I do that by programming?

Thank you in advance.

• The question is not clear. Do you want to express $t1=t1(T,...)$ and vice versa using the same equation? – Alex Trounev Sep 19 '18 at 17:54
• No i would like to have F(t1,..) = G(T,...) the lhs has no T and rhs has no t1, this means F is a function of t1 and others except T and G is the function of T and others except t1 – Mystogun Sep 20 '18 at 3:51
• What functions are you talking about? In your question there is one equation connecting the two parameters t1, T . You can solve the equation with respect to one or the other parameter, i.e. express $t1=t1(T,...)$ and $T=T(t1,...)$. – Alex Trounev Sep 20 '18 at 9:42