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Not getting output of STATEV used in FRIC subroutine

Not getting output of STATEV used in FRIC subroutine

Not getting output of STATEV used in FRIC subroutine

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Hi everyone,

I am using FRIC subroutine for my project, in which friction value will change with lateral displacement. In that subroutine I am using STATEV argument and the code is working. But i want to debug the subroutine and without getting output of solution dependent state variables defined it is impossible. Can anyone help me in this.

RE: Not getting output of STATEV used in FRIC subroutine

Check the documentation chapter Analysis --> Analysis Techniques --> User Subroutines and Utilities --> About User Subroutines and Utilities (paragraph "Testing and Debugging"). There you will find information about Fortran unit numbers that can be used for debug output depending on the solver and file type.

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