if two scalars calculation in scalfn.f

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 April 3, 2004, 07:25 if two scalars calculation in scalfn.f #1 mspark Guest   Posts: n/a Hi all I always appreciate all to reply. i want to calculate and output two scalar value which are difined as SCALAR(01) and SCALAR(02) in subroutine scalfn.f. however there is only one output parameter(PHI) in scalfn.f. value of scalar(01) can be outputed through parameter(PHI). How can i output and display the value of scalar(02). Best regards mspark

 April 5, 2004, 02:28 Re: if two scalars calculation in scalfn.f #2 Uffe Guest   Posts: n/a Have you tried this? IF (IS.EQ.1) THEN C--SCALAR 1 PHI=? ELSEIF (IS.EQ.2) THEN C--SCALAR 2 PHI=?? ENDIF Regards, Uffe

 April 5, 2004, 02:49 Re: if two scalars calculation in scalfn.f #3 mspark Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Ufee you mean IF (IS.EQ.1) THEN PHI=an equation ELSEIF (IS.EQ.2) THEN PHI=another differnent equation ENDIF This flow chart isn't satisfied with displaying two scalar value at the same time. I have two different equations i want to display during calaulation. the If two equation are calculated not by the iteration of star-cd dependently but by output from star-cd independently. At post-precess of starc-cd there are many number of 'concentration of scalar number', and if i have many equations presented by 'concentration of scalar number', how can i figure out and display the equations with one *.pst or *.pstt best regsrds mspark

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