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  • quickst.htm
    appearance like this whereby the curves as they extend to the right reveal the progress of execution You can terminate the run at any time by pressing the E key twice but if you do the Viewer may not start automatically You will then have to click the run modules button in the top border and then the button on the left marked VRV When the Viewer starts you will

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  • tut.htm
    the VR Editor and Viewer notes on which can be accessed via the help button menu Time ndependence Radiation by the use of IMMERSOL FLAIR The special purpose version of PHOENICS for heating ventilating and smoke movement PARSOL nFGEM PARSOL and Fine Grid Embedding polar Polar coordinates body nfitting Body fitted coordinates combustion Combustion models turbu nlence Turbulence models multi nphase Multi phase phenomena mofor Moving bodies run vre VR

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  • ENC_PIL1.HTM
    that the Q1 file came into existence and PIL was the language in which the contents of the file were written Since that time PIL has been continuously enriched a particularly extensive enrichment accompanying the issue of version 1 5 in 1989 with the introduction of advanced PIL commands referred to as such at various points in the Encyclopaedia It was at this time that the so called general menu came into existence which enabled users to input data without directly using PIL Data were supplied instead by pressing buttons and filling number boxes Nevertheless PIL was still active behind the scenes for when the menu session ended the PHOENICS satellite automatically wrote out a PIL language Q1 file This could be ignored by un interested users but those who recognised the advantages of so doing could inspect those files edit them perhaps parameterize them i e replace numerical values by the equivalent of algebraic symbols and turn them to time saving advantage in many ways This tradition of maintaining the accessibility and editability of the PIL language Q1 file has persisted with later versions of PHOENICS even though the General Menu has been replaced by the Virtual Reality Interface

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  • ENC_PIL2.HTM
    that it is to be solved for the four N s none of the other options are to be activated Other argument setting commands may have integer arguments for example PATCH REGION1 INIVAL 1 4 2 8 1 10 1 1 which indicates that the first piece of regional information argument 1 concerns initial values argument 2 for a region stretching from the first to the fourth x direction cell arguments 3 and 4 from the second to the eighth y direction cell arguments 5 6 from the first to the tenth z direction cell arguments 7 8 and at the first time step only arguments 9 10 Yet other commands employ both integer and real arguments such as COVAL REGION1 U1 0 0 3 2 the meaning of which can be learned by typing simply COVAL during an interactive session The PIL writer is free to introduce on the right hand side of any or in an argument location of a command expressions involving certain arithmetic operators namely and These operators have the same significances as in FORTRAN ie they add subtract multiply divide and exponentiate He or she may also make use of the following arithmetic functions all of which have the same significances as their Fortran counter parts With the exception of IABS all take a single REAL argument and return a REAL value implicit floating being performed on INTEGER arguments ABS COS EXP ACOS COSH IABS SIN LOG ASIN SINH SQRT TAN LOG10 ATAN TANH For example after REAL XX YY ZZ INTEGER II JJ XX 4 0 YY SQRT XX is equivalent to YY 2 0 YY 2 6 4 LOG10 100 is equivalent to YY 14 0 ZZ COS 0 is equivalent to ZZ 1 0 II IABS 3 is equivalent to II 3 Declaration commands Users can enable SATELLITE to understand and work with variables which are not in its vocabulary by declaring them as reals or integers Thus REAL windvel angle would allow SATELLITE to accept statements such as angle 1 0 windvel 10 0 cos angle and INTEGER extraswp would permit use of statements such as LSWEEP LSWEEP extraswp Further examples are REAL DENSTY WIDTH POWER INTEGER NGRID Unless subsequently assigned by the user DENSTY WIDTH and POWER default to 0 0 and NGRID to 0 Up to 150 integer and 300 real variables may be declared in this way should more be needed the corresponding arrays in the MAIN program of SATELLITE can be re dimensioned Further examples of the use of PIL arithmetic combined with the use of user declared variables now follow REAL DENSTY WIDTH POWER GAM INTEGER NGRID DENSITY 1 2 WIDTH 0 012 POWER 1 0 GAM 1 2 NGRID 3 RH01 2 0 DENSTY RH02 1000 0 RH01 PRNDTL VI PRNDTL HI GAM NX NY 2 1 GRDPWR Z NGRID 3 6 0 WIDTH 2 0 POWER PATCH 4 CELL 1 1 NY 2 NY 1 1 1 1 The coefficient 0 023 rho u

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  • ENC_PIL3.HTM
    declared variable Logical variables cannot have values TRUE FALSE T or F assigned to them as they could in early versions of PIL but must be assigend either T or F For example CARTES F is illegal Lines ending in are automatically wrapped around and will be written in a new Q1 file as continuations only if they exceed 68 characters If a line exceeds 68 characters as a result of expression substitution see Section 3 3 it will be automatically folded at column 68 Thus NX 3 is echoed and written to a new Q1 file as NX 3 A in column 1 causes anything to the right to be regarded as a PIL command regardless of its location From PHOENICS 2008 a single line of PIL may be up to 1024 characters in length with as many continuation lines as needed The restrictions on the lengths of individual commands still apply The main use for very long lines is for InForm where the expressions can get very long Lines over 68 characters in length will be written out folded at the 68th character with as many continuation lines as needed c Commands There now follows a group by group summary of functions of argument setting commands which includes those introduced with version 1 5 GROUP 1 ARRAY to declare local to satellite arrays BOOLEAN to declare local to satellite logical variables CHAR to declare local to satellite character variables TEXT to name calculation up to 40 characters are allowed INTEGER to declare local to satellite integer variables REAL to declare local to satellite real variables GROUPS 2 3 4 and 5 REGEXT to set default dimensions of grid regions RSET to set grid distributions in regions SUBGRD to generate power law grids for sections of the domain GRDPWR to generate power law grids in t x y and z directions GROUP 6 GSET to generate complex bfc grids VIEW to display grid planes XCYIZ to set cyclic boundary conditions for bfc grids READCO to read in to satellite from a disc file the corner coordinates for the definition of a body fitted grid SETPT to set the corner coordinates of any control cell for a body fitted grid DOMAIN to specify sub domains for generating body fitted grids SETLIN to set corner coordinates along a line or in aN area or volume specified by the domain command MAGIC to generate curvilinear bfc grid coordinates within a region defined by domain FIXDOM to prevent local grid distortion with magic l GROUP 7 SOLVE to dictate which field variables are to be stored and solved STORE to dictate which variables are to be stored SOLUTN to specify details of solution when requirements differ from defaults implied by solve RADIAT to activate a 2 4 or 6 flux model of radiatiON GROUP 8 TERMS to dictate which terms of partial differential equations to include GROUP 9 TURMOD to activate a 1 or 2 equation turbulence model GROUP 11 CONPOR to define

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  • ENC_PIL4.HTM
    PIL now contains are therefore The VARIABLE SETTING commands as above The DECLARATION and ARGUMENT SETTING commands ARRAY BOOLEAN CHAR COVAL CONPOR DOMAIN GRDPWR GSET INLET INTEGER MAGIC OUTLET OUTPUT PATCH RADIAT READCO REAL RELAX RESTRT RSET SETLIN SETPT SOLUTN SOLVE STORE SUBGRD TERMS TEXT TURMOD VALUE WALL XCYIZ each of these being followed by argument1 argument2 etc The FLOW CONTROL commands CALL CASE DO GO TO IF LABEL LOOP SUBROUTINE These commands may be introduced only from the Q1 file or the stack editor but not interactively The GRAPHICAL DISPLAY commands GCLEAR GDOM GDRAW GGRID GLINE GPATCH GRDCHK GTEXT GVIEW PLINE PTEXT VIEW The USER INTERACTION commands MESG MESGA MESGB MESGM READVDU The INTERNAL STATUS CHECKING commands CHKLEN CHKVAR GETCOV GETOUT GETPTC GETSOL GTPARG LOCATE SORT the COPYQ1 formatting commands DUMP Q1MESG In the TALK mode the following additional commands are available The TERMINATION commands as above The DATA DISPLAY commands SEE which displays the values of the data in all groups SEE n which displays the values of the data in group n SEE C which displays the user declared character variables SEE I which displays the user declared integer variables SEE L which displays the user declared

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  • ENC_PIL5.HTM
    or S 5 PAUSE provides a pause in Q1 processing with the message Press ENTER to continue 6 Prefixing the case number by inside the brackets following LOAD or load or L or l ensures that the data are not reset to the default values before the case data are loaded The effect is the same as though the loading had been preceded by NOWIPE T This feature facilitates the loading of PIL macros inserted in the library Examples will be found in the GENTRA and solid stress option libraries and elsewhere 7 INCL file name on a single line with or without a closing bracket will load the named file into the instruction stack with the same effect as though the contents of the file resided in the Library If lines containing TALK or STOP are encountered these lines will be ignored Q1 s can therefore be swallowed whole This feature enables users to use the same set of instructions in many different Q1 files without having to copy them in The so loaded file can itself contain l or incl commands 8 INT may be used for declaring integers in place of INTEGER 9 BOOL may be used for declaring logicals in place of BOOLEAN 10 The READVDU command may be used for the interactive setting of logical ie BOOLean variables The syntax is the same as for REAL INTeger CHARacter and TEXT variables namely READVDU variable name BOOL default ie T or F 14 Library case 14 has been provided for the declaration and setting of certain especially useful character variables The case is always loaded when the satellite starts to run and the so declared variables are never cleared from memory until the next run starts PAUSE for example is declared there and set to the

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  • ENC_PIL6.HTM
    IPRN ISLN ITERMS LG LITER NAME PHINT PRNDTL PRT RESREF RG TFRAC VARMAX VARMIN XC XFRAC YC YFRAC ZC ZFRAC Reals Communicating Information from SATELLITE to GROUND ANGVEL AZW1 BFCA BUOYA BUOYB BUOYC BUOYD BUOYE BZW1 CFIPA CFIPB CFIPC CFIPD CHSOA CHSOB CHSOC CHSOD CHSOE CINH1A CINH1B CINH1C CINH2A CINH2B CINH2C CMDTA CMDTB CMDTC CMDTD CZW1 DZW1 EL1A EL1B EL1C EL1D EL1E EL2A EL2B EL2C EL2D EL2E ELSOA ENULA ENULB ENULC ENUTA ENUTB ENUTC HGSOA HGSOB PHNH1A PHNH1B PHNH1C PHNH2A PHNH2B PHNH2C PHS2PA PHS2PB PHS2PC POLRA PORIA PORIB PRESS0 PRLC1A PRLC1B PRLC1C PRLC2A PRLC2B PRLC2C PRLC3A PRLC3B PRLC3C PRLC4A PRLC4B PRLC4C PRLH1A PRLH1B PRLH1C PRLH2A PRLH2B PRLH2C PROFA PROFB PROFC PROFD RADIA RADIB RHO1A RHO1B RHO1C RHO2A RHO2B RHO2C ROTAXA ROTAXB ROTAYA ROTAYB ROTAZA ROTAZB RSG1 RSG10 RSG11 RSG12 RSG13 RSG14 RSG15 RSG16 RSG17 RSG18 RSG19 RSG2 RSG20 RSG21 RSG22 RSG23 RSG24 RSG25 RSG26 RSG27 RSG28 RSG29 RSG3 RSG30 RSG31 RSG32 RSG33 RSG34 RSG35 RSG36 RSG37 RSG38 RSG39 RSG4 RSG40 RSG41 RSG5 RSG6 RSG7 RSG8 RSG9 SHSOA TEMP0 TIMA TMP1A TMP1B TMP1C TMP2A TMP2B TMP2C WALLA WALLB Integers Communicating Information from SATELLITE to GROUND IASLPA IASLPB IBUOYA IBUOYB IBUOYC ICNGRA ICNGRB ICNGRC ICOLOA IDISPA IDISPB IDISPC IDISPD IENUTA IHOLA ILATGA IPORIA IPORIB IPRPSA IPRPSB IROTAA IRSMHM IRSMSM ISG1 ISG10 ISG11 ISG12 ISG13 ISG14 ISG15 ISG16 ISG17 ISG18 ISG19 ISG2 ISG20 ISG21 ISG22 ISG23 ISG24 ISG25 ISG26 ISG27 ISG28 ISG29 ISG3 ISG30 ISG31 ISG32 ISG33 ISG34 ISG35 ISG36 ISG37 ISG38 ISG39 ISG4 ISG40 ISG41 ISG42 ISG43 ISG44 ISG45 ISG46 ISG47 ISG48 ISG49 ISG5 ISG50 ISG51 ISG52 ISG53 ISG54 ISG55 ISG56 ISG57 ISG58 ISG59 ISG6 ISG60 ISG61 ISG62 ISG63 ISG64 ISG65 ISG66 ISG7 ISG8 ISG9 ISKINA ISKINB ISWDPF ISWDPL ITIMA ITIMB ITIMC ITZDPF ITZDPL IZW1 KELIN Logicals Communicating Information from SATELLITE to GROUND ADJEPR COMPRS DUDX DUDY DUDZ DVDX DVDY DVDZ DWDX DWDY DWDZ FDFSOL FGEM GENK HOL JMPBCK LASLPA LASLPB LCOALA LCOLOA LCOLOB LSG1 LSG10 LSG11 LSG12 LSG13 LSG14 LSG15 LSG16 LSG17 LSG18 LSG19 LSG2 LSG20 LSG21 LSG22 LSG23 LSG24 LSG25 LSG26 LSG27 LSG28 LSG29 LSG3 LSG30 LSG31 LSG32 LSG33 LSG34 LSG35 LSG36 LSG37 LSG38 LSG39 LSG4 LSG40 LSG41 LSG42 LSG43 LSG44 LSG45 LSG46 LSG47 LSG48 LSG49 LSG5 LSG50 LSG51 LSG52 LSG53 LSG54 LSG55 LSG56 LSG57 LSG58 LSG59 LSG6 LSG60 LSG61 LSG62 LSG63 LSG64 LSG7 LSG8 LSG9 LSG91 PHS2P POTCMP POTVEL PRTSIZ QUIK RADI READQ1 RESET RSTM S2SR STRA SURF YPLS Characters Communicating Information from SATELLITE to GROUND CSG1 CSG10 CSG2 CSG3 CSG4 CSG5 CSG6 CSG7 CSG8 CSG9 Words ALGEBR ARITHM BLOK BODY F BOUND CELL CHARAC COEFF COMBUS CONFIG CONJUG CONT CONTUR DIAG DIMENS DOCUM EAST EDITOR EWALL FALSDT FLAGS FREE S FREEE FREEH FREEN FREEVL FUNCT GRAV GREX3 GRID GROSTA GROUND H O L HIGH HWALL INFLO INITIA INIVAL INT INTERP IX IY IZ LINRLX LINVLX LINVLY LINVLZ LOW LWALL MAIN MESS NEWS NORTH NWALL OUTFLO PHASEM PHI PIL PLOTS POROSI PREFIX PROPER PROPS PRPS REACT REALS REYNOL RGRAD ROTA RUN S E M SATLIT SKIP SOURCE SOUTH SPARE SPARE SPARE STACK STOP STRETC SUBROU SWALL TEM1 TEMP TRANSP

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