NIntegrate: The integrand has evaluated to non-numerical values for all sampling points in the region with boundaries {}{}

I encountered a problem with the NIntegrate function while simulating a physical situation. The expression is quite messy, but it is just an integration over a polynomial so it should be possible. I want to integrate the function over kP and Energy, and then plot the results with T varying from 0 to 10.

simplifiednumThermalConductivityIntegrationContentPosSpin=
{-((4.24285*10^44 (1.00032*10^-30 -
6.371*10^-31 Energy)^2 (1.3836*10^6 + 1. Energy^6 +
259200. kP^4 +
Energy^5 (0.000999182 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] -
1.41159 kP^2) -
598856. Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] +
kP^2 (-1.19771*10^6 +
259200. Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2]) +
Energy^2 (-2.306*10^11 -
1.26035*10^-8 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] -
4.32*10^10 kP^4 +
3.32698*10^10 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] -
3.72529*10^-9 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] +
kP^2 (1.99619*10^11 -
1.44*10^10 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2])) +
Energy^4 (9.35396*10^10 - 1.5 kP^4 -
1.68212 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] -
0.00146484 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] +
kP^2 (2. - 0.000403313 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] -
1.88631 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2])) +
Energy (2.91038*10^-11 -
7.68665*10^7 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] -
1.44*10^7 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] kP^4 +
1.16415*10^-10 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] -
3.32698*10^7 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] +
1.44*10^7 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2]
kP^2 (4.6208 +
1. Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2])) +
Energy^3 (-9.37702*10^-6 +
3.11799*10^7 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] -
0.000476971 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] kP^4 -
7.62939*10^-6 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] +
kP^2 (0.0000145193 +
0.000976563 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] +

0.00146484 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2]))) Sech[(
5800.46 (-1.57011 + Energy))/
T])/((1. Energy -
0.001 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2]) (1. Energy +
0.001 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2]) (Sqrt[-9 +
1000000 Energy^2] (-0.0023104 + 0.001 kP^2 +
0.003 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2]) +
Energy (2.3104 - 8.88178*10^-20 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] -
1. kP^2 +
1. Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2])) (Sqrt[-9 +
1000000 Energy^2] (-0.0023104 + 0.001 kP^2 +
0.003 Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2]) +
Energy (2.3104 + 1.77636*10^-19 Sqrt[-9 + 1000000 Energy^2] -
1. kP^2 +
1. Sqrt[2.3104 - 1.47148 Energy - kP^2] Sqrt[
2.3104 + 1.47148 Energy - kP^2])) T^2))}

Now, trying the following line, I get the NIntegrate::inumr error in the headline:

{kP, 0, 1}, {Energy, 0, Infinity}]

I have also tried to integrate the energy only from 0 to 0.55, but that won't solve the problem.

Do any of you have any tips as to what I should try to be able to plot this? Any help will be greatly appreciated!

• Have you tried evaluating the integrand at a point in the integration region? – Michael E2 Dec 9 '18 at 15:10
• Yes, that sort of work. But apparently there are some troubles with the expression since it gives 0 + 0i for almost any combination of the three variables. – user61819 Dec 9 '18 at 15:22
• Wait, doesn't the result have symbols T in it, or did you plug in a number for T as well? Note that NIntegrate substitutes values only for kP and Energy. To test whether your integrand evaluates to a numeric value, you should substitute numbers only for the integration variables kP and Energy. – Michael E2 Dec 9 '18 at 15:30
• More to the actual point, yes, your integrand is poorly scaled for machine precision, which has a lower limit for representing a positive real number of around 10^-308. You might Rationalize[] the integrand and use a higher WorkingPrecision, or it might be better if you could pick more convenient units for your integral (convenient for the use of machine-precision floating point numbers). – Michael E2 Dec 9 '18 at 15:34
• It depends on what numbers you use. I get this: i.stack.imgur.com/tCNKn.png -- which underflows if I set T equal to a positive number under 8000. Note also that it is a list {} and not a plain number. – Michael E2 Dec 9 '18 at 15:46 