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    I have not programmed using Fortran in 40 years. I have an old Fortran IV/77 program of approximately 3500 lines of code that I need converted to Modern Fortran and made to execute properly. I have all of the input information and required output information. This is for an aerospace engineering structural application.

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    i have a code written on fortran 77. should convert to fortran 90. so write initial vorticity field

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    Need help running an economic model on my computer (PC). No economic knowledge required. I just need someone to be able to press the run button on both Fortran and Matlab and get the same results the original authors did and then help me set it up on my computer. I know how to use Matlab just need help setting up the code using the following link: The code requires BLAS, LAPACK and UMFPACK libraries. These are available in SuiteSparse, which can be downloaded here: In short, I just need someone to run this code once, with the already written code, get the same results and tell me how to set it up on my computer for me to do the same. ALTERNATIVELY (preferred) - if easier, I just need to replicate this code on Matlab but cannot run it as it requires Fortran to work: I have uploaded t...

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    I want a code to open an ODB file for an almost cubic model. I want to get stress, strain, and strain rate in a layer of mesh or in a path when the nodes in that layer or path reach a certain temperature (for example 520 C), so data was not at the same time.

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    We can meet via Zoom and look at the code together.

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    IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THE FULL CHALLENGE BRIEF THAT CONTAINS ALL THE CHALLENGE AND SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND RULES CHALLENGE BRIEF: REGISTRATION FORM: FAQ: WEBINAR RECORDING: Improve the modeling of flow hydraulics and sediment transport by creating a fast, stable, parallel linear equation solver for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models. Last updated: Sep. 21, 2021 Updates made:  - Allowed the use of external libraries with permissive open-source licenses. The solver must be written in Fortran but you may use external open-source libraries. If an external open-source library is used, the libraries must have a permissive open-source license and you must be able to provide the source code package that is recompilable into a library. - Changed the phase...

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