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Mazen April 16, 2009 08:28

Tutorial 17: Unable to run the simulation
 
Dear all,
I would be most grateful if anyone could help me with this problem:

I am working on tutorial 17: Air conditioning simulation. I follow all the instructions in this tutorial, but when I start run the simulation I got error message (Error message number: 001100279) the message says: unable to find library winnt/TStat_Control.dll on path.........(my working directory). Then under problem report, the message says: “USER ROUTINE: Thermostat Routine could not be loaded. Please check the Library Path, Library Name and Calling Name. For FORTRAN user routines, the Calling Name should be in lower case”. I check the library path, library name and calling name (the calling name is in lower case) and everything seems ok. Note than I have copied the subroutine TStat_Control.F to my working directory. Also, I’d like you to know that I have Salford Fortran (FTN95) compiler installed in my PC.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards :)


Mazen

Chilli83 April 16, 2009 08:49

I think that I once heard no space and that "-" is bad choice when giving names.

Michael

Mazen April 16, 2009 09:07

Hi Michael, Thanks for your reply. I am sorry I did not get your point! Would you please make it clear for me.

Regards

Mazen

Mazen April 16, 2009 10:53

Message has been deleated by Mazen

ghorrocks April 16, 2009 18:22

Hi,

Chilli means that you should select a file name without special characters (-, _, & etc). Change the file name to TStatControl.F or something like that.

Also your fortran compiler is not the supported one. If you use a non-supported compiler then you can get weird errors so I recommend you change to the supported compiler.

Glenn Horrocks

Mazen April 17, 2009 07:34

Hi Glenn
Thanks for your reply and help. It means that when I copy the file (TStat_Control.F) from the ANSYS example, I paste it in my working directory without underscore (TStatControl.F). Another thing, would you please tell me which Fortran compiler should be installed in my system?

I appreciate your help in advance

Best wishes

Mazen

Mazen April 17, 2009 07:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mazen (Post 213136)
Hi Michael, Thanks for your reply. I am sorry I did not get your point! Would you please make it clear for me.

Regards

Mazen

Hi Michael

your point now is very clear and very helpful.
thank you

Best Regards

Mazen

rogbrito April 17, 2009 09:02

Hi Sir,

take a look on my simulation. Are you using Intel Fortran 9.0/9.1 as your FORTRAN compilar. Good lucky Sir.

http://www.4shared.com/file/72198900...tionpart1.html

http://www.4shared.com/file/72199871...tionpart2.html

With king regards,

Rogerio Fernandes Brito

Mazen April 17, 2009 12:22

Dear Rogerio,

Thank you so much for your support. Currently, Iím downloading your files.
Unfortunately, I am not using Intel Fortran 9.0/9.1. The one installed on my system is Salford Fortran (FTN95) compiler. Do I have to have the former one installed on my system in order to run the simulation?

Best wishes

Mazen

rogbrito April 17, 2009 20:15

h t t p : / / w w w . cfd-online . com / Forums/cfx/22898-cfx-10-user-routine-not-fortran.html#post77655

take a look!


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