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Regarding the User added Subroutine

Regarding the User added Subroutine

(OP)
Dear all,

I am new to pro2 and i am interested to know more about User added subroutines like how and when to use them. An example of the use would be highly appreciated.

thanks in advance

RE: Regarding the User added Subroutine

Hi Moscos,

Youshould get in touch with SIMSCI Tech Support through their website:

http://www.simsci-esscor.com/us/eng/default.htm

They will be able to help you with any questions you have on UASs and should have an example or two. I believe that most people use the UAS to model units that are not available within the PRO/II or have proprietary thermodynamics or methods associated with them. Hope your fortran's up to speed!

King Regards,

Gareth

Gareth Hillier
Optimisation Engineer
Invensys Performance Solutions
http://www.invensys.com

RE: Regarding the User added Subroutine

(OP)
Thanks a lot Gareth for guiding me.

Regards

moscos

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