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Old   November 23, 2009, 04:11
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Hi all,

I've read the manual chapters concerning customizing flow3d using fortran subroutines and became curious about the possibilities this customization might offer. But though I'm experienced in programming c++, I'm an absolute newbie to fortran.
So I was wondering if there is somewhere a general introduction/tutorial/or something like that to help me understand what can be done by this customization (e.g. with variables are accessable,...) and how this is done (e.g. additional simple codes like those in the manual...).

Many thanks in advance and best regards,
Johannes
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Old   November 29, 2009, 20:09
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Johannes,

There is not much more written on this beyond what is described in the FLOW-3D manual and in the comments within the customizable subroutines and functions.

It would be easier to first figure out what you are trying to achieve by customizing FLOW-3D to point you in the right direction.

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Old   February 10, 2010, 17:18
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Programming in Fortran is relative easy if you have background using C++.
You can follow the manual to call the modules and include other variables.

I think the most difficult question is how to link your customizations and make Flow-3D to response to them. You need to change the Makefiles.
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Old   May 20, 2012, 23:05
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Programming in Fortran is relative easy if you have background using C++.
You can follow the manual to call the modules and include other variables.

I think the most difficult question is how to link your customizations and make Flow-3D to response to them. You need to change the Makefiles.

Dear therockyy,
You said that the most difficult question is how to link your customizations and make Flow-3D to response to them. You need to change the Makefiles.Now I faced with the problem and don't konw how to link customizations and make Flow-3D to response to them .How can I change the Makefiles?Just use IVF9.1 and VS2005?Could you help me?Thanks
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Old   May 22, 2012, 11:16
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you do not need to modify the make files if you are working with the existing FLOW-3D source files, which, I think, you are. Just modify the source and run make.
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