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Harendra January 27, 2005 10:39

Which Fortran compiler ?
 
Dear Experts,

I tried to run the CFX-5.7 tutorial related to Fluid Solid Interaction in a Window machine. Which Fortran compiler is required?

Regards,

-Harendra

Glenn Horrocks January 27, 2005 17:41

Re: Which Fortran compiler ?
 
Hi,

Fluid structure interaction does not require a fortran compiler. It does require an ANSYS FEA license.

The fortran compiler used by CFX is discussed in the documentation in the installation notes.

Glenn Horrocks

Harendra January 28, 2005 02:59

Re: Which Fortran compiler ?
 
But Tutorial 20: Fluid structure interaction and mesh deformation requires that a Fortran compiler is required for Junction Box Rouitne. For Linux it states that PortLAnd Group Compiler must be installed. I want to know what is required for Windows platform.

Thanks.

matej January 28, 2005 03:59

Re: Which Fortran compiler ?
 
RTFM

installation manual of CFX 5.7.1- page 34 - Requirements for Windows under Section Hardware & Software requirements.

(according to the pdf manuals)

matej

Kiddo January 30, 2005 10:24

Re: Which Fortran compiler ?
 
I'm sure you need the compaq visual fortran compiler Ver 6.5 above(the manual says)! When I run case17.(HVAC) I use V6.6 and it's OK!

Abhishek February 1, 2005 05:07

Re: Which Fortran compiler ?
 
U do not require any specific compiler for CFX 5.7. But in case u r using SUB ROUTINES than u may require COMPAQ VISUL FORTRAN compiler .Also CFX is more compatible with Fortran - 77.


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