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Arnab August 2, 2004 01:23

tutorial for windows machines
Does anyone have any tutorial or some excercise on Moving meshes on windows machine so that I can go through them and work on my moving mesh problem which I have to work on windows.

Incase anyone has any tutorial specifically for windows machines, then please do send me.

Thanks in advance,

4xF August 2, 2004 04:29

Re: tutorial for windows machines
As far as I know, you cannot run moving mesh simulations under Windows.

HVN August 2, 2004 06:35

Re: tutorial for windows machines
There is no tutorial specific to Windows because it is the same command in Linux and Windows. The difference is for the run of a calculation.


Arnab August 2, 2004 22:08

Re: tutorial for windows machines
Hello HVN,

What are the differences in the run of a calculation using windows. It would help me if I know better the differences.


vladimir August 3, 2004 03:14

Re: tutorial for windows machines
Hi Arnab

Which version of star do you use? If older than 3.2 then it should work as tutorial no.7 says (you have to run pmovlink manually). In 3.2, there is no special treatment just follow the tutorial.

Hope it'll help.

HVN August 3, 2004 03:40

Re: tutorial for windows machines
You must use the starlauncher for windows

Arnab August 3, 2004 16:35

Re: tutorial for windows machines

what is correct?

Can we run moving mesh simulations in windows???

Or do we need to install fortran compiler to run moving mesh in windows?

Is just the Exceed enviroment sufficient for running moving mesh problem?

HVN August 4, 2004 02:51

Re: tutorial for windows machines
Yes you could perform moving mesh simulations in windows. But you need 2 tokens of licenses: one for prostar and another one for star. prostar will be used to move the mesh and star to calculate the flow.

rivers October 14, 2004 19:59

Re: tutorial for windows machines
agreed. tmobil has developed the same technology.

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