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Dear Colleagues,

 I need your great help.I have been beating around the bush for months without any headway.I believe I shall have respite afterwards.
 First,I have an old ASPEN(V8.2) input file written code for natural gas plant way back in 1993.I can not tell really if these source code was written in Fortran as I am a novice in computer sciences.But from some researches and comparisons I have made so far,I see that it is a Fortran file,which are input file codes for ASPEN simulation.

 Now,my duty has been to re-write these codes,since I have the hard copy only,and afterwards compile them using Intel Fortran Visual  Composer 13.0 or any Visual Compilers that is compatible with ASPEN Plus.But,what to do,for the past 60 days has been my greatest worries.I wrote the codes in silverfrost Fortran 95,but discovered this is not compatible in ASPEN.At this moment,I am at a cross road,and know nothing else to do anymore.
Please,I need great help,as to how to go about the whole thing,starting from the silverfrost Fortran 95 I currently have the codes in,to compiling the codes in Visual Compilers 13.0(current version) as well as Visual Studio 2012 and then finally linking the source codes to ASPEN Plus for simulation.
 Any positive suggestion and,possibly request for the codes for assistance on how to get it to work will be highly appreciated.


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