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Subroutine LEQIF

Subroutine LEQIF

Subroutine LEQIF

(OP)
Hi,

I do not have much experience in Fortran but have to use it in order to model the heat release rate of a diesel engine. The program is from a book called "Internal Combustion Engines:Applied Thermosciences" and requires a subroutine called LEQIF. Its purpose is a linear equation solution - full matrices (virtual memory version). This needs to be in Fortran 77 and is an algorithm which uses a version of gaussian elimination operating on blocks of MA columns, two at a time. If anyone has the code for this subroutine or can offer a similar Fortran 77 subroutine it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Chris

RE: Subroutine LEQIF

(OP)
Not sure what i'm supposed to download from this link.

Thanks

RE: Subroutine LEQIF

Try the zip files or the gz files.  You will then need to extract them for the algorithms

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