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The breqn documentation says that

It also makes it possible to specify different vertical space values for the space between lines of a long, broken equation and the space between separate equations in a group of equations.

This suggests you can adjust the vertical space between the lines of one dmath environment, but what is that command? I can't find it in the documentation.

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    There are many possible answers to your question. It would help if you provided an example, starting with \documentclass to help us see the particulars. Welcome to the site. – Steven B. Segletes Feb 13 '14 at 15:59
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    Another thing: I wouldn't use breqn at all; Michael Downes never finished the package before he passed away and Morten Høgholm didn't finished it after MIchael before he (Morten) retracting from the LaTeX community so there are a lot of unfinished stuff in the package (as far as I understand it). – Svend Tveskæg Feb 13 '14 at 16:03
  • Welcome to TeX.SE. – Peter Grill Feb 13 '14 at 17:09
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breqn.sty has the following comments that presumably relate to the lengths you want

\eqlinespacing=14pt plus2pt % Base-to-base space between lines

\eqlineskip=3pt plus2pt % Min space if eqlinespacing too small

\intereqskip=3pt plus2pt % Additional vert space between equations

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