Estimation of Flammability Limits of Selected Fluorocarbons with F(sub 2) and CIF(sub3) Page: 61 of 78
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B.2.2 Operation of FLAME4d
1. Assemble the data files you need to run SOLGAS and FLAME4d. These are
d. Thermodynamic data file
e. Control file
2. From Windows, run the file FLAME4d.EXE (e.g., by double clicking its icon). It should open
and run in a DOS window.
3. Answer the.queries about the three file names, namely the "SOLGAS thermodynamics data
file name," "Control file name," and "Results file name".
FLAME4d will now run through the list of points designated in the control file. While running,
it will display a status line telling which run it is on and a few control variables to give the user
an idea of how things are progressing. When done with all runs, it will type "Finished" and
terminate. A display of a message "failed to converge" during this display indicates that a
solution could not be found. No output will be created in such cases for that particular run.
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Trowbridge, L.D. Estimation of Flammability Limits of Selected Fluorocarbons with F(sub 2) and CIF(sub3), report, September 1, 1999; Tennessee. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc623234/m1/61/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.