The archive file makewgs.zip contains the files:
|input.txt||description of the input file for makewgs|
|makewgs.f90||the complete source code in modern Fortran|
|Sample cases for this program are:|
|delta1.mak||input data for simple delta wing|
|sh.mak||input data for Sears-Haack body|
|delta1.wgs||LaWGS file produced by delta1.mak|
|sh.wgs||LaWGS file produced by sh.mak|
|tnd6480.mak||input data for wind tunnel model|
|tnd7505.mak||input data for wind tunnel model|
|tnd6480.wgs||LaWGS file produced by tnd6480.mak|
|tnd7505.wgs||LaWGS file produced by tnd7505.mak|
To compile this program for your machine, use the command
gfortran makewgs.f90 -o makewgs.exe
Linux and Macintosh users may prefer to omit the .exe on the file name.
Launch the program by entering makewgs.exe at the command line. This program asks for the name of the input file. This must be a file containing commands described in input.txt. Upon successfully reading the input data, the program produces a file called make.wgs that may be used as input to programs requiring a wireframe geometry file.
It is best if you compile the programs using your Fortran compiler with the appropriate options for your computer system. If you do not wish to do this, you may download makewgsexecs.zip containing the files makewgs.exe, makewgs.mac, and makewgs.lnx, the executable program for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, each compiled generically for an Intel CPU.