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Linking Abaqus and Fortran compiler

Abraham_S_1
Beginner
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Dear all

I am trying to link Abaqus 6.14-2 and Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 Update 6 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2013. I followed up an instruction then I got this message in command window (attached to this message). Does it mean I could link them successfully? 
If so, why do I still get this error (
"Problem during compilation") when I add a subroutine file to my model? What could possibly cause the problem?
Any idea or similar experience would be appreciated. 
 
Thanks,
Abraham
 
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K__Li
Beginner
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Do you have a log file? From the image, it looks like you installed everything properly. But your Fortran compiler may be too new. Abaqus 6.14 requires Intel Fortran Composer XE 2011 SP1 Update 4; a new version may not work. There is a video about this. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImWUFZAKlr4

Abraham_S_1
Beginner
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Thank you for your response. The problem is solved. What caused this error was that my subroutine file was written for Abaqus/explicit but I was using Abaqus/standard. So I can say these version I am using are compatible. 

Regards,

Abraham 

K__Li
Beginner
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Thank you for reporting back! Because the newer version of Fortran compiler has been reported unstable sometimes. That is good to know it worked for you. 

Abraham_S_1
Beginner
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Of course. Thank you for your help. This version of Fortran compiler seems to work for me well.

Bests,

Abraham 

wassenberg__nick
Beginner
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Hi Abraham,

I am also trying to link Abaqus with Fortran. Could you please send me the instructions that you followed?

Did you use an update for the visual studio code? Or just the normal 2013 one?

Your help would be much appreciated

 

Kind regards,

Nick

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