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Old   November 23, 2006, 12:22
Default How to call FLUENT in my Fortran source?
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I want to call FLUENT as exectable file in my Fortran program.

How can I call it in a manner like calling DOS comand (e.g."!dir")? By the way, my operation system is windows with fluent 6.2.


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Old   December 9, 2006, 22:54
Default Re: How to call FLUENT in my Fortran source?
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Depends on where you installed your Fluent. Supposed you installed at C:\Fluent.Inc, you can call it with !C:\Fluent.Inc\ntbin\ntx86\fluent.exe 3d
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I want to call Fluent in my Fortran program,i need to run journal file of fluent for several times in fortran loop ,i use command system:

CALL SYSTEM("E:/program files/Fluent.Inc/ntbin/ntx86/fluent.exe 2ddp")
but program shows this error:
'E program' is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.
please help me
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