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Old   August 2, 2000, 21:09
Default Compiling and linking UDS in FLUENT 4.5
Raja Banerjee
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Hi, I am trying to write some user defined subroutines (UDS) in FLUENT 4.5. The manual gives details on how to write and activate them but it does not say anything about compiling and linking the UDS to the remaining FLUENT code. I am using FLUENT on an windows-NT environment. I would appreciate if anybody can help me out. Thanks, Raja
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Old   August 3, 2000, 00:07
Default Re: Compiling and linking UDS in FLUENT 4.5
Greg Perkins
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If you look in the fluent4.5 folder there should be some files located in either the srcu or info sub-folders which tell explain how to compile on your machine (errata files are also stored here).

On our HP-UX Unix machine the file is and its located in fluent4.5/info. On NT the file will have a different name and may reside in a different sub-folder.


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