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Old   June 29, 2009, 05:53
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I need fortran for my simulation. Can anyone explain me how I can run tutoria HVAC so I can learn use it? I have problem with intallation. I would need a guide for installation of:
Intel.Visual.Fortran.Compiler.v10.1.014.EM64T
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visual c++2005 express edition

I use xp 64 bit.
The command cfx5mkext don't run
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make sure you actually need fortran because in v12 you have logic expressions in ccl.

As for installing it just follow the instructions in the manual (editing the corewin_express.vsprops file) as described in the cfx manual. search for Fortran, configuring on Windows. if that doesn't work contact ansys customer suport
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Hi Sir,

for windows xp 64bits, u need only Intel Fortran v9.0/9.1, and Microsoft PLatform SDK for Windows Server 2003 SP1.

Please, dont forget to put the CFX files in the path of Windows xp 64:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK\Bin\.;C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK\Bin\WinNT\.;%IFORT_COMPILER91%\IA32\Bin;%IFORT _COMPILER91%\EM64T\Bin;C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v110\CFX\bin

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In v12, in transient simulation, can I recall, for i-step, a variable by i-1 step? I need Temperature in previous step for my equations. Can I do this?
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Using CFX-4 Routines in ANSYS CFX Release 12:

With the availability of CFX Expression Language (CEL), many of the documented userroutines presented in CFX can be set up using CEL in CFX. For details, see CFX Expression Language (CEL) in the ANSYS CFX Reference Guide.The following table lists some user routines from CFX-4, and how they can be set up in CFX.
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USRBCS
A routine that enables the specification of real information at inlets, mass flow boundaries, pressure boundaries, walls and conducting boundaries, both at the start of a run and on each timestep.


An inlet profile using User Fortran is described in Junction Box Example 1. For details, see Junction Box Example 1: Profile Boundary Conditions. Time-varying boundary conditions can be set up using CEL, with an expression containing t.
USRBF
To enable you to specify body forces in the momentum equations.
This routine has been replaced by both CEL and loss models.


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"... The direct problem considered here is concerned with
calculating the drilling tool temperatures when the applied
heat flux, heat transfer coefficient, thermal properties as
well as the initial and boundary conditions of the drill
are all known. The solution for the above 3-D heat conduction
problem in the domain
Xx; y; z with time t is solved
using CFX4.4 and its Fortran subroutine USRBCS...."

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you do realise that the user manual is copyrighted material regardles how old it is...

CFX 4? you really need to upgrade
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Im using ANSYS Release 12.0.1, build 2009, and this "Help" is inside of this version.

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Im using ANSYS Release 12.0.1, build 2009, and this "Help" is inside of this version.
yep, just found the section however still you shouldnt copy paste the manual. lets go to a more relevant question shall we?

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In v12, in transient simulation, can I recall, for i-step, a variable by i-1 step? I need Temperature in previous step for my equations. Can I do this?
dunno m8 just recenly moved to v12 so maybe someone else can help... I dont think you can acess the data realitme without user fortran however I may be wrong
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I need fortran for my simulation. Can anyone explain me how I can run tutoria HVAC so I can learn use it? I have problem with intallation. I would need a guide for installation of:
Intel.Visual.Fortran.Compiler.v10.1.014.EM64T
PlatformSDK_Svr2003R2
visual c++2005 express edition

I use xp 64 bit.
The command cfx5mkext don't run
Follow the intel installation manual too the T and it should work fine.

Can you compile a fortran test program? If not then cfx5mkext will not work.
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