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Old   October 23, 2003, 09:14
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Hi,

This might be problem dependent, but in a general case, using SIMPLE alg. in a steady state problem, which of the following subroutines are called first in an itteration. Say if I would like to call: sorent.f, sorsca.f and fluinj.f. My guess is that enthalpy changes are calculated in a first instance just after momentum balance, but between fluinj and sorsca I do not really know. I would appreciate any informations about the order in which subroutines are called in Star CD.

Kind regards, C.
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Old   October 23, 2003, 11:12
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Why is it important to know? If the coding depends on the coupling of source terms, this should resolve itself by convergence. On the other hand, if you have some procedural requirement like passing information from one subroutine to another or initialising everything in the first subroutine called, you should be able to write FORTRAN that does this without knowing the call sequence. Remember you have the INTFLG array - all subroutines can see it, it's initialised to 0 and it's values are "remembered" by STAR. So you can use it to pass flag from one subroutine to another.
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Old   October 24, 2003, 01:54
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simply write a 'write (*,*) 'blabla-1/2/3...' in each subroutine, then you will see.
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Old   October 24, 2003, 04:19
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Ask your CD-adapco representative for a copy of the course material on User Subroutines. It's explained pretty well there, in Chapter 4, but it's too much to paste here, and includes diagrams.
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Old   November 26, 2003, 20:08
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Hi,experts can you give me detailed information about INTFLG, how to use it, what is it mean?

thanks a lot Juliet
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Old   November 27, 2003, 11:34
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Hi, I am no expert but this is what I know about it, when coding, STAR can help ensuring that something is only executed once and ensuring something is only executed once per itteration/time step. You can use the array intflg for that, the array contains 100 integers which are initialised to zero and which the user is free to modify. STAR does nothing but store them, hence the user can teat them as arbitrary flags.

to ensure that something is executed only once do:

IF (INTFLG(1).EQ.0) THEN C CODE...

INTFLG (1)=1

ENDIF to ensure that this si executed once per itteration do:

IF (INTFLG(1).EQ.0) THEN

INTFLG(2)=-1

INTFLG(1)=1

ENDIF

IF (INTFLG(2).NE.ITER) THEN C CODE...

INTFLG(2) = ITER

ENDIF

this is something I got from the user subroutine adapco course manual, talk to them and ask them to send you a copy, there are some other usefull things in it. Good luck, bye
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