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PSR-0199 HEATING-7.2I - 7.3.

HEATING-7, Multidimensional Finite-Difference Heat Conduction Analysis

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1. NAME OR DESIGNATION OF PROGRAM

HEATING-7.2i - HEATING-7.3.

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2. COMPUTERS
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Program name Package id Status Status date
HEATING-7.2I PSR-0199/05 Tested 01-OCT-1996
HEATING-7.2I PSR-0199/06 Tested 01-OCT-1996
HEATING-7.3 PSR-0199/08 Tested 04-MAY-1999
HEATING-7.3 PSR-0199/09 Tested 04-MAY-1999
HEATING-7.3 PSR-0199/10 Arrived 08-FEB-2000

Machines used:

Package ID Orig. computer Test computer
PSR-0199/05 Many Computers UNIX W.S.
PSR-0199/06 IBM PC PC Pentium 100
PSR-0199/08 IBM RISC6000 WS,SUN W.S.,DEC ALPHA W.S.,HP W.S.,CRAY W.S. DEC ALPHA W.S.
PSR-0199/09 IBM PC PC Pentium II 400
PSR-0199/10 PC-80386,PC-80486,RISC 6000
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3. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM OR FUNCTION

HEATING 7.2i and 7.3 are the most recent developments in a series of heat-transfer codes and obsolete all previous versions distributed by RSICC as SCA-1/HEATING5 and PSR-199/HEATING 6. Note that Unix and PC versions of HEATING7 are available in the CCC-545/SCALE 4.4 package. HEATING can solve steady-state and/or transient heat conduction problems in one-, two-, or three-dimensional Cartesian, cylindrical, or spherical coordinates. A model may include multiple materials, and the thermal conductivity, density, and specific heat of each material may be both time- and temperature-dependent. The thermal conductivity may also be anisotropic. Materials may undergo change of phase. Thermal properties of materials may be input or may be extracted from a material properties library. Heat- generation rates may be dependent on time, temperature, and position, and boundary temperatures may be time- and position-dependent. The boundary conditions, which may be surface-to-environment or surface-to-surface, may be specified temperatures or any combination of prescribed heat flux, forced convection, natural convection, and radiation. The boundary condition parameters may be time- and/or temperature-dependent. General graybody radiation problems may be modeled with user-defined factors for radiant exchange. The mesh spacing may be variable along each axis. HEATING uses a run-time memory allocation scheme to avoid having to recompile to match memory requirements for each specific problem. HEATING utilizes free-form input.

 

In June 1997 HEATING 7.3 was added to the HEATING 7.2i packages, and the Unix and PC versions of both 7.2i and 7.3 were merged into one package. HEATING 7.3 is being released as a beta-test version; therefore, it does not entirely replace HEATING 7.2i. There is no published documentation for HEATING 7.3; but a listing of input specifications, which reflects changes for 7.3, is included in the PSR-199 documentation. For 3-D problems, surface fluxes may be plotted with H7TECPLOT which requires the proprietary software TECPLOT. HEATING 7.3 runs under Windows95 and WindowsNT on
PC's. No future modifications are planned for HEATING7. See README.1ST for more information.

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4. METHODS

Three steady-state solution techniques are available: point-successive-overrelaxation iterative method with extrapolation, direct-solution (for one-dimensional or two-dimensional problems), and conjugate gradient. Transient problems may be solved using any one of several finite-difference schemes: Crank-Nicolson implicit, Classical Implicit Procedure (CIP), Classical Explicit Procedure (CEP), or Levy explicit method (which for some circumstances allows a time step greater than the CEP stability criterion.) The solution of the system of equations arising from the implicit techniques is accomplished by point-successive-overrelaxation iteration and includes procedures to estimate the optimum acceleration parameter.

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5. RESTRICTIONS ON THE COMPLEXITY OF THE PROBLEM

All surfaces in a model must be parallel to one of the coordinate axes which makes modeling complex geometries difficult. Transient change of phase problems can only be solved with one of the explicit techniques - an implicit change-of-phase capability has not been implemented.

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6. TYPICAL RUNNING TIME

Run time is dependent on many factors including among other things: number of nodes in the model, nonlinearities in the model, desired solution(s), and speed of the computer on which it is run. Therefore, it is not possible to specify a typical running time. The small sample problems supplied with this distribution required an average less than 3 cpu seconds each on a Northgate 486/66.

PSR-0199/05
  The program HEATING-7.2I was executed by the NEA-DB in  the following computers: 1) DEC 3000 Model 300X (Alpha AXP architecture workstation) under DEC OSF/1 V3.2. 2) Sun Solaris (UNIX System V Release 4.0 (psisun)), under SunOS 5.3. The six sample problems are executed in a few tenths of seconds in both machines.

PSR-0199/06
The program HEATING-7.2I was executed at the NEA-DB in  a PC DELL Optiplex GXM 5100 - Pentium processor of 99 MHz - base memory 640 Kbyte and extended memory 16 Mbyte, under MS-DOS 6.2. Only a few tenths of seconds are required to run HEATING7.EXE on the six sample problems. The auxiliary programs H7LINE.EXE, H7MAP.EXE and the postprocessors H7MONITO.EXE and H7TECPLO.EXE, also take a few tenths seconds to run on the output files produced by HEATING7.EXE (see next section).

PSR-0199/08
The elapsed times to run the sample problems provided with the UNIX version of HEATING-7.3 in the DEC Alpha workstation are displayed in the following table.

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       Sample problem        |     Execution time
      (input filename)       |          (s)
    ------------------------------------------------
          v01.dat            |          6.77
          v02.dat            |          3.00
          v03.dat            |          4.42
          v04.dat            |          0.16
          v05.dat            |          0.12
          v06a.dat           |          0.12
          v06b.dat           |          0.14
          v07.dat            |          0.16
          v08.dat            |          4.61
          v09.dat            |          2.49
          v10.dat            |          5.68
          v11.dat            |          0.16
          v12.dat            |          0.15
          v13a.dat           |          4.16
          v13b.dat           |          4.14
          v14.dat            |          2.28
          v15.dat            |          1.07
          v16.dat            |          2.79
          v17.dat            |          3.98
          v18.dat            |          0.73
          v19.dat            |          0.38
          v20.dat            |          3.81
          v21.dat            |          2.02
          v22.dat            |          0.37
          v23.dat            |          1.97
          r01.dat            |          1.33
          r02.dat            |          0.88
          r03.dat            |          1.36
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7. UNUSUAL FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM

UNUSUAL FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM

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8. RELATED OR AUXILIARY PROGRAMS

AUXILIARY ROUTINES:

  • H7MAP: Postprocessor code to print maps of node numbers and/or temperature distributions.

  • H7MONITOR: Postprocessor code to produce table of temperature-time data for specified nodes.

  • H7NODE: Returns node number at specified grid location.

  • H7PATRAN: Reads HEATING plot file and produces input file for graphical postprocessing with PATRAN, a proprietary software product of PDA Engineering. (H7PATRAN is not included with the PC version).

  • H7TECPLOT: Reads HEATING plot file and produces input file for graphical postprocessing with TECPLOT, a proprietary software product of Amtec Engineering, which is NOT included in this package.

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9. STATUS
Package ID Status date Status
PSR-0199/05 01-OCT-1996 Tested at NEADB
PSR-0199/06 01-OCT-1996 Tested at NEADB
PSR-0199/08 04-MAY-1999 Tested at NEADB
PSR-0199/09 04-MAY-1999 Tested at NEADB
PSR-0199/10 08-FEB-2000 Masterfiled Arrived
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10. REFERENCES
PSR-0199/05, included references:
- K.W. Childs:
  Note on Revisions: g, h and i (October 20, 1994)
- K.W. Childs:
  Transmittal Letter for HEATING7.2f (September 16, 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  Notes on VMS Implementation (March 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  HEATING 7.2 User's Manual
  ORNL/TM-12262 (February 1993)
PSR-0199/06, included references:
- K.W. Childs:
  Note on Revisions: g, h and i (October 20, 1994)
- K.W. Childs:
  Transmittal Letter for HEATING7.2f (September 16, 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  Notes on VMS Implementation (March 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  HEATING 7.2 User's Manual
  ORNL/TM-12262 (February 1993)
PSR-0199/08, included references:
- RSICC:
  README.1ST (June 1997)
- K.W. Childs:
  Draft Input Description for HEATING 7.3 (February 26, 1997)
- K.W. Childs:
  Note on Revisions: g, h, and i, (October 20, 1994)
- K.W. Childs:
  Transmittal Letter for HEATING7.2f (September 16, 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  Notes on VMS Implementation (March 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  HEATING 7.2 User's Manual
  ORNL/TM-12262 (February 1993)
PSR-0199/09, included references:
- RSICC:
  README.1ST (June 1997)
- K.W. Childs:
  Draft Input Description for HEATING 7.3 (February 26, 1997)
- K.W. Childs:
  Note on Revisions: g, h, and i, (October 20, 1994)
- K.W. Childs:
  Transmittal Letter for HEATING7.2f (September 16, 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  Notes on VMS Implementation (March 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  HEATING 7.2 User's Manual
  ORNL/TM-12262 (February 1993)
PSR-0199/10, included references:
- RSICC:
  README.1ST (August 1998)
- K.W. Childs:
  Draft Input Description for HEATING 7.3 (February 26, 1997)
- K.W. Childs:
  Note on Revisions: g, h, and i, (October 20, 1994)
- K.W. Childs:
  Transmittal Letter for HEATING7.2f (September 16, 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  Notes on VMS Implementation (March 1993)
- K.W. Childs:
  HEATING 7.2 User's Manual
  ORNL/TM-12262 (February 1993; chapter 4 updated September 1998)
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11. HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
  • PC: A 386 or 486 based PC equipped with at least 4 MB of memory and a math coprocessor.

  • UNIX: Most UNIX workstation or mainframes should be adequate for HEATING 7.2i, which has run on:

  • IBM for and IBM RS/6000 running AIX,

  • SUN for a SUN workstation running SunOS,

  • DEC for a DEC workstation running ULTRIX,

  • AXS for a DEC ALPHA workstation running OSF1,

  • HP for a Hewlett Packard workstation, or

  • CRAY for a CRAY computer running UNICOS.

  • The Unix version of HEATING7.3 has run only on IBM RS/6000.

PSR-0199/05
The program heating72 was executed by the NEA-DB in the following computers: 1) DEC 3000 Model 300X (Alpha AXP architecture  workstation) under DEC OSF/1 V3.2 and 2) Sun Solaris (UNIX System VRelease 4.0 (psisun)), under SunOS 5.3. The following table displays the filesize of the program heating72 and of the auxiliary and postprocessor executables created by running the script 'install' provided with the package in the DEC 3000 Model 300 X (Alpha AXP workstation under OSF/1 V3.2):
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                 Program         Filesize
                   name          (Kbyte)
                 ------------------------
                 heating72         424
                 h7line             40
                 h7map              64
                 h7mon              40
                 h7node             40
                 h7pat              64
                 h7tec              64
                 ------------------------
The filesize of the materials library h7matlib is 184 Kbyte. The diskspace requirements to hold source files is 774 Kbyte.
******************************************************************** The "UNIX" version (this version) of HEATING-7.2i performs run time  memory allocation in order to match the problem size.
********************************************************************

PSR-0199/06
The sample problems were run at the NEA/DB on a PC DELL Optiplex GXM 5100 - Pentium processor of 99 MHz - base memory 640 Kbyte and extended memory 16 Mbyte. The size of the executable files produced using the Microway NDP Fortran-486 compiler are displayed in the following table.
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                   Program         Filesize
                     name          (Kbyte)
                   ------------------------
                   HEATING7.EXE      505
                   H7LINE.EXE        231
                   H7MAP.EXE         244
                   H7MONITO.EXE      230
                   H7TECPLO.EXE      246

PSR-0199/08
About 19 MByte of hard disk space (including about 6 MByte required to store the distribution tar archive) are required to hold the package files and execute the sample problems.
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12. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE(S) USED
Package ID Computer language
PSR-0199/05 FORTRAN-77
PSR-0199/06 FORTRAN-77
PSR-0199/08 FORTRAN-77, FORTRAN-90
PSR-0199/09 FORTRAN-90, FORTRAN-77
PSR-0199/10 FORTRAN-77, C-LANGUAGE, FORTRAN-90
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13. SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

For HEATING7.2i for Unix, a Fortran 77 compiler and a C compiler are required. The IBM RS/6000 xlf compiler 2.2 or 2.3 has been used. For the PC version, a Fortran compiler and DOS extender software are needed to create new executables or to use user-supplied subroutines. The Microway NDP Fortran 386 4.2.1 compiler was used to create 7.2i executables included in package.

 

HEATING 7.3 includes some Fortran 90 features and provides a graphical user interface. HEATING 7.3 PC executables were created using Microsoft Powerstation v4.0. Visual Basic 4.0 was used to create the graphical front end for the program. Windows95 or WindowsNT is required to use the GUI version of HEATING 7.3, though a non-gui version is included in the package that may be run in a DOS window of Windows95 or WindowsNT. The GUI is a simple one which prompts user for filenames. HEATING7.3 for Unix and requires the XLF 3.2 compiler. Note that H7TECPLOT requires the proprietary software TECPLOT, http://www.tecplot.com/

PSR-0199/05
  The program heating72 and the auxiliary programs h7, h7map, h7mon, h7node, h7pat, h7tec were compiled by the NEA-DB in the following computers and using the following compilers: 1) DEC 3000 Model 300X (Alpha AXP architecture workstation) under DEC OSF/1 V3.2 using the DEC Fortran compiler V3.4. 2) Sun Solaris (UNIX System V Release 4.0 (psisun)), under SunOS 5.3, using the FORTRAN 3.0 from SUNPro.

PSR-0199/06
HEATING7, the auxiliary programs H7LINE and H7MAP and the postprocessors H7TECPLO and H7MONITO were run under MS-DOS 6.2 on a PC DELL Optiplex GXM 5100 - Pentium processor of 99 MHz. The executable files provided with this package were created, compiled and linked with the Microway NDP Fortran-486 compiler and utilities. ***>NOTICE: several Microway GREX library routines that perform pixel- and character based graphics, work with the common PC graphics adapters and monitors and include features such as automatic hardware detection and mode switching, are used in the source code file HEATING7.F.
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14. OTHER PROGRAMMING OR OPERATING INFORMATION OR RESTRICTIONS
PSR-0199/08
The NEADB were not able to successfully create the 'h73' executable in the tests performed at the NEA/DB on a Sun workstation running SunOS 5.7 in a Solaris 2.6 environment
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15. NAME AND ESTABLISHMENT OF AUTHORS

Contributed by: Radiation Safety Information Computational Center
                Oak Ridge National Laboratory
                Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
Developed by:   Computing Application Division
                Oak Ridge National Laboratory
                Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA

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16. MATERIAL AVAILABLE
PSR-0199/08
Psr199.lis Program description
Psr199pc.EXE Executable
Readme.pc Installation instructions PC
H72I_TAR.Z Compressed tar file (245 files) Heating 7.2i for PC
HTNG_TAR.Z Compressed tar file (322 files)
Readme.uni Installation instructions DOS and WINDOWS

PSR-0199/09
Psr199.lis Program description
Psr199pc.EXE Executable
Readme.pc Installation instructions PC
H72I_TAR.Z Compressed tar file (245 files) Heating 7.2i for PC
HTNG_TAR.Z Compressed tar file (322 files)
Readme.uni Installation instructions DOS and WINDOWS

PSR-0199/10
README.CD Readme file
README.RSI RSICC Readme file
PSR199.LIS List of files
PSR199PC.EXE Compressed archive file
README.1ST Readme file
README.PC Readme file for PC
H72I_TAR.Z Compressed TAR file
HTNG_TAR.Z Compressed TAR file
README.UNI Readme file for unix
PSR-0199/05
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PSR0199_05.001 Information file of HEATING-7.2i (UNIX+main) 800
PSR0199_05.002 C-shell auxiliary script for installation 291
PSR0199_05.003 Bourne-shell script for installation 90
PSR0199_05.004 Bourne-shell script for submitting a job 30
PSR0199_05.005 Bourne-shell script to execute a job 77
PSR0199_05.006 Auxiliary Bourne-shell script 152
PSR0199_05.007 LLNL Material Properties Library (ASCII) 3005
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PSR0199_05.183 Source file of program HTNG72 for PC 210
PSR0199_05.184 Subroutine DATIM (for VAX) 12
PSR0199_05.185 Subroutine SECONDS (for VAX) 13
PSR0199_05.186 FORTRAN OPEN statements (DEC specific) 7
PSR0199_05.187 FORTRAN OPEN statements (generic) 7
PSR0199_05.188 FORTRAN OPEN statements (replica) 7
PSR0199_05.189 DATA statements (Alpha/AXP) 2
PSR0199_05.190 DATA statements (CRAY) 2
PSR0199_05.191 DATA statements (DEC Ultrix) 2
PSR0199_05.192 DATA statements (Hewlett-Packard) 2
PSR0199_05.193 DATA statements (IBM RS 6000) 2
PSR0199_05.194 DATA statements (PC's) 2
PSR0199_05.195 DATA statements (Sun) 2
PSR0199_05.196 DATA statements (VAX) 2
PSR0199_05.197 DATA statements (Generic) 2
PSR0199_05.198 Auxiliary C subroutines (generic) 41
PSR0199_05.199 Auxiliary C subroutines (Alpha/AXP) 40
PSR0199_05.200 Auxiliary C subroutines (CRAY) 34
PSR0199_05.201 Auxiliary C subroutines (DEC Ultrix) 41
PSR0199_05.202 Auxiliary C subroutines (Hewlett-Packard) 43
PSR0199_05.203 Auxiliary C subroutines (IBM RS 6000) 41
PSR0199_05.204 Auxiliary C subroutines (SUN) 43
PSR0199_05.205 Auxiliary C subroutines (VAX) 16
PSR0199_05.206 List of source files for UNIX 131
PSR0199_05.207 List of source files for PC's 131
PSR0199_05.208 List of source files for VAX 133
PSR0199_05.209 Source code of program LINE 152
PSR0199_05.210 Source code of program H7MAP 936
PSR0199_05.211 Source code of program H7MONITOR 395
PSR0199_05.212 Source code of program NODE 95
PSR0199_05.213 Source code of program H7PATRAN 687
PSR0199_05.214 Source code of program H7TECPLT 1058
PSR0199_05.215 Auxiliary source file (sample problem # 4) 68
PSR0199_05.216 Input file (sample problem # 1) 20
PSR0199_05.217 Input file (sample problem # 1a) 23
PSR0199_05.218 Input file (sample problem # 1b) 28
PSR0199_05.219 Input file (sample problem # 2) 34
PSR0199_05.220 Input file (sample problem # 3) 78
PSR0199_05.221 Input file (sample problem # 4) 82
PSR0199_05.222 Auxiliary (binary) file, sample problem # 2 0
PSR0199_05.223 Auxiliary (ASCII) file, sample problem # 2 247
PSR0199_05.224 Printout file (sample problem # 1) 218
PSR0199_05.225 Printout file (sample problem # 1a) 428
PSR0199_05.226 Printout file (sample problem # 1b) 474
PSR0199_05.227 Printout file (sample problem # 2) 282
PSR0199_05.228 Printout file (sample problem # 3) 549
PSR0199_05.229 Printout file (sample problem # 4) 556
PSR0199_05.230 "Plot" file (sample problem #1 ) 0
PSR0199_05.231 "Plot" file (sample problem #1a ) 0
PSR0199_05.232 "Plot" file (sample problem #1b ) 0
PSR0199_05.233 "Plot" file (sample problem #2 ) 0
PSR0199_05.234 "Plot" file (sample problem #3 ) 0
PSR0199_05.235 "Plot" file (sample problem #4 ) 0
PSR0199_05.236 Aux out file, sample problem # 3 36
PSR0199_05.237 Aux out file, sample problem # 4 28
PSR0199_05.238 Summary file from sample problem # 1 16
PSR0199_05.239 Summary file from sample problem # 1a 17
PSR0199_05.240 Summary file from sample problem # 1b 16
PSR0199_05.241 Summary file from sample problem # 2 17
PSR0199_05.242 Summary file from sample problem # 3 17
PSR0199_05.243 Summary file from sample problem # 4 18
PSR-0199/06
File name File description Records
PSR0199_06.001 Information file of package HEATING-7.2i 525
PSR0199_06.002 Batch file for running HEATING7 77
PSR0199_06.003 Batch file for running H7LINE 4
PSR0199_06.004 Batch file for running H7MAP 4
PSR0199_06.005 Batch file for running H7MONITO 4
PSR0199_06.006 Batch file for running H7TECPLO 4
PSR0199_06.007 Executable of program HEATING-7.2i 0
PSR0199_06.008 Executable of program H7LINE 0
PSR0199_06.009 Executable of program H7MAP 0
PSR0199_06.010 Executable of program H7MONITO 0
PSR0199_06.011 Executable of program H7TECPLO 0
PSR0199_06.012 HEATING7 Material Properties Library file 3005
PSR0199_06.013 Source code file of program HEATING-7.2i 17233
PSR0199_06.014 Source code file of aux. program H7LINE 152
PSR0199_06.015 Source code file of aux. program H7MAP 936
PSR0199_06.016 Source code file of aux. program H7MONITO 397
PSR0199_06.017 Source code file of aux. program H7TECPLO 1060
PSR0199_06.018 Source code file of aux. program (problem#4) 68
PSR0199_06.019 Aux. executable to run sample problem # 4 0
PSR0199_06.020 Input file (sample problem # 1) 20
PSR0199_06.021 Input file (sample problem # 1a) 23
PSR0199_06.022 Input file (sample problem # 1b) 28
PSR0199_06.023 Input file (sample problem # 2) 34
PSR0199_06.024 Input file (sample problem # 3) 78
PSR0199_06.025 Input file (sample problem # 4) 82
PSR0199_06.026 Aux. input file to run sample problem #2 0
PSR0199_06.027 Aux. input file to run sample problem #2 247
PSR0199_06.028 Printout file (sample problem # 1) 218
PSR0199_06.029 Printout file (sample problem # 1a) 428
PSR0199_06.030 Printout file (sample problem # 1b) 474
PSR0199_06.031 Printout file (sample problem # 2) 282
PSR0199_06.032 Printout file (sample problem # 3) 549
PSR0199_06.033 Printout file (sample problem # 4) 556
PSR0199_06.034 Plot file (sample problem # 1) 0
PSR0199_06.035 Plot file (sample problem # 1a) 0
PSR0199_06.036 Plot file (sample problem # 1b) 0
PSR0199_06.037 Plot file (sample problem # 2) 0
PSR0199_06.038 Plot file (sample problem # 3) 0
PSR0199_06.039 Plot file (sample problem # 4) 0
PSR0199_06.040 Aux. output file (sample problem # 3) 35
PSR0199_06.041 Aux. output file (sample problem # 4) 27
PSR0199_06.042 DOS file-names 41
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17. CATEGORIES
  • H. Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow

Keywords: diffusion, heat transfer, iterative methods, r-theta, r-theta-z, r-z, thermal conductivity, x-y, x-y-z.