The archive file wavedrag.zip contains the files:
|readme.txt||this file - general description|
|cases.txt||description of the sample cases supplied|
|lar13223.txt||original COSMIC description file|
|d2500.for||the complete source code|
|D2500 was the internal NASA Langley name of the program)|
|input.txt||Instructions for preparing input|
|output.txt||How to interpret the output files|
|case1.inp||input for sample case1|
|case1.out||output for sample case1|
|case2.inp||input for sample case2|
|case2.out||output for sample case2|
|case3.inp||input for sample case3|
|case3.out||output for sample case3|
|case4.inp||input for sample case4|
|case4.out||output for sample case4|
|caseslnx.zip||4 cases above with Unix end-of-line|
To compile this program for your computer, use the command
gfortran d2500.f90 -o 2500.exe
Linux and Macintosh users may prefer to omit the .exe on the file name.
To launch the program, enter "d2500.exe" at the command line. The program asks for the name of the input file and proceeds to the end of the computation. A file called d2500.out is produced as output.
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 wavedragexecs.zip containing the files d2500.exe, d2500.mac, and d2500.lnx, the executable program for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, each compiled generically for an Intel CPU.