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ppramiu June 6, 2013 12:59

Tutorial for use CFX with Fortran
 
Hi,

This is a tutorial to integrate subroutines in Fortran with CFX.

https://sites.google.com/site/pprami...edirects=0&d=1

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RicochetJ June 6, 2013 18:09

There's something fishy about this post.

ghorrocks June 6, 2013 19:14

I just downloaded it and it looks fine. I am at work at the moment and I will download anything when I am at work, what's the worst which can happen? Anyway, it is just a PDF in a rar file so pretty innocuous.

ppramiu - people are suspicious of links to unusual file formats, even rar format. If you post it as a PDF, or even better as a html document which can be viewed directly in a browser you will get much more people to look at it.

ppramiu June 6, 2013 19:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 432537)
I just downloaded it and it looks fine. I am at work at the moment and I will download anything when I am at work, what's the worst which can happen? Anyway, it is just a PDF in a rar file so pretty innocuous.

ppramiu - people are suspicious of links to unusual file formats, even rar format. If you post it as a PDF, or even better as a html document which can be viewed directly in a browser you will get much more people to look at it.

Hi ghorrocks,

I'm sorry. I'm new member in the forum. However, my website: https://sites.google.com/site/ppramiu/downloads-1
doesn't accepted files higher than 20 Mb (the .pdf file has 23Mb), so I used the .rar file.

ghorrocks June 6, 2013 19:29

The best format would be HTML anyway. You should have no problems getting a HTML version of this document under the size limit - because for html all the images are separate files and none of them will be very big by themselves.

w-idiot June 11, 2013 01:06

Hi ppramiu,
I cannot visit the website "https://sites.google.com/site/pprami...edirects=0&d=1". So can you send me a copy of that material via E-mail? My e-mail is cjwang0309@163.com.
Looking foward to your reply.Thanks in advance!

w-idiot June 11, 2013 01:38

Hi ghorrocks,
If you have time,please send me a copy of that material.My e-mail is cjwang0309@163.com.I really want to read it ASAP.Thanks in advance!

ppramiu June 11, 2013 08:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by w-idiot (Post 433264)
Hi ghorrocks,
If you have time,please send me a copy of that material.My e-mail is cjwang0309@163.com.I really want to read it ASAP.Thanks in advance!

Hi w-idiot,

No problem, see your e-mail.

ppramiu

w-idiot June 11, 2013 09:06

Hi ppramiu,
I have received your mail!Best wishes~

hydroaero June 15, 2013 15:07

ifort: error #10037: could not find 'link'
 
Hi,
Thanks your detailed tutorial! It's good!
I followed all the steps in your document! But, at the last step, when I test the case of Tutorial 19 in CFX (air conditioning simulation), the "error #10037" appears!

cfx5mkext -64bit TStat_Control.F =>>>>
http://imageshack.us/a/img560/5161/y274.jpg
Where is the problem? Please, help me...! :confused:

Quote:

Originally Posted by ppramiu (Post 432501)
Hi,

This is a tutorial to integrate subroutines in Fortran with CFX.

https://sites.google.com/site/pprami...edirects=0&d=1

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ppramiu June 15, 2013 17:58

Hi Hidroaero,

Did you make the same example shown in tutorial? I suggest that you make this first!
If you did, check your fortran compiler (for AMD 64 processor).

thanks,

hydroaero June 15, 2013 22:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by ppramiu (Post 434203)
Hi Hidroaero,

Did you make the same example shown in tutorial? I suggest that you make this first!
If you did, check your fortran compiler (for AMD 64 processor).

thanks,

Thanks ppramuiu,
I removed Intel Fortran 2013 and reinstalled the version 11.1. And then, I changed the variable settings according to your tutorial and this one: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/cfx...0-fortran.html
My Fortran works well now!
Start coding...! :)

alinik November 1, 2013 12:57

Can someone please send me that tutorial too? my email address is aggie1717@gmail.com

Thanks

yazhini January 10, 2014 05:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by ppramiu (Post 432501)
Hi,

This is a tutorial to integrate subroutines in Fortran with CFX.

https://sites.google.com/site/pprami...edirects=0&d=1

[]'s

I have started with HVAC tutorial. I am not able to compile the TStat_control.f. I found this link https://sites.google.com/site/ppramiu/downloads-1 in CFD-online forum. Icouldn't acess this site. Could you please send me the tutorial to my email: jermie.stephen@gmail.com.

alinik January 10, 2014 13:14

I also need a thorough tutorial for CFX USER FORTRAN. not the type like the thermostat tutorial. Something like how to write a user fortran code for CFX. If any body has some documentation that would be of great help.

Thanks

HLo January 10, 2014 14:01

Tutorial
 
Hello,
does someone want to make the tutorial available online or post it here as attachment? Sending back and forth isn't very efficient.:D Sorry.
BTW: I'm working on a tutorial for compilation under 64-bit Windows with the Mingw toolchain.
See http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/cfx...nnt_amd64.html
Currently I got so far, that all of my experiments finally compiled and ran, even using memory stacks. Not verified yet: junction box routines, stack pointers. I cannot test partitioning and high performance computing due to license limitations at our site. Maybe someone wants to join testing.

HLo

kristeen January 30, 2014 16:40

Here is the original tutorial and its quick translation into English.
Thanx ppramiu for this nice job!

yazhini January 31, 2014 00:19

Thank you very much Kristeen

mohammadshumal February 3, 2014 08:26

can you send me that tutorial?
m.shumal@me.iut.ac.ir

ashtonJ April 6, 2014 22:14


Dear ppramiu, I clicked the link you provided for tutorial; CFX with FORTRAN and I am transferred to a web with Spanish language, I could not find the tutorial file.
Can you please put it again and send a new download link. Thanks very much


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