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call two user subrutines

call two user subrutines

call two user subrutines

(OP)
Hi,
I've got two user subrutines implemented in FORTRAN. One is to describe an element (*UEL) and other to describe a material (*UMAT).
Somebody knows how can I call two user subrutines on abaqus command line?
I know how with one, doing this:
> abaqus j=input_file user=fortran_file.for

And, with two user subrutines, how can I get it?

Thanks

RE: call two user subrutines

You should put (copy-paste) both subroutines in the same text file.

The subroutine file is just a text file (with the extension .for) containing Fortran programming code.

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