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Table Of Contents

List of Nastran Books
Technical Support
Phone and Fax
Email
Training
Internet Resources
Document Scope
Key for Readers
Document Structure
Changes to MD Nastran R3
MD Nastran R3
The nastran Command
Deleted, Modified, and New Keywords
The Directory Structure
Multiple Products Support
Multiple Computer Architecture Support
2Installing MD Nastran
Overview
Installing MD Nastran on UNIX Systems
Installation Procedures
“Installing from a Local CD-ROM” on page18
Repeating a UNIX Installation
Installing MD Nastran on Windows Systems
Installation Procedure
3Configuring MD Nastran
System-Specific Tuning
All Systems
HP-UX
Intel
Windows NT/2000 Server
Systems Running on Intel® Processors with HyperThreading
Using the “md2008” Command
Using the “mscinfo” Command (UNIX)
Managing MD Nastran Licensing
FLEXlm Licensing
Node-locked Authorization Codes
Activating MD Nastran Accounting
Enabling Account ID and Accounting Data
Enabling Account ID Validation
Securing the Accounting ID Settings and Files
Determining System Limits
HP Alpha - UNIX
IBM pSeries - AIX
Intel IA-32 - Linux
Intel IA-32 - Windows
Intel IPF-Linux
Intel 64 - Linux
NEC, SX-6, SX-8 - SUPER-UX
SGI R8K, R10K, R12K - IRIX
Sun SPARC - Solaris
Managing Remote and Distributed Hosts
Sample dmpdeny Implementation (AIX)
Limiting “memory” Requests
Customizing the News File
Customizing the Message Catalog
Defining a Computer Model Name and CONFIG Number
Generating a Timing Block for a New Computer
Customizing Queue Commands (UNIX)
Special Queues
Customizing the Templates
Keyword Reference Syntax
Keyword Reference Examples
Using Regular Expressions
4Using the Basic Functions of MDNastran
Using the nastran Command
File Types and Versioning
Using Filenames and Logical Symbols
Using the Help Facility and Other Special Functions
Using the Basic Keywords
UNIX Systems
Queuing (UNIX)
Specifying Memory Sizes
Maximum Memory Size
Determining Resource Requirements
Estimating BUFFSIZE
Using the Test Problem Libraries
Making File Assignments
ASSIGN Statement for FORTRAN Files
ASSIGN Statement for DBsets
Using Databases
Using the “dbs” Keyword
Using the ASSIGN Statement
Using the INIT Statement
Using the INCLUDE Statement
Specifying the INCLUDE Filename
Locating INCLUDE Files
Using the SSS Alter Library
Resolving Abnormal Terminations
Interpreting System Error Codes
Terminating a Job
Flushing .f04 and .f06 Output to Disk (UNIX)
Common System Errors
5Using the Advanced Functions of MD Nastran
Using the Advanced Keywords
All Systems Except Primepower, SUPER-UX and UXP/V
AIX and Linux64 Only
IRIX Only
IRIX and LINUX IPF (SGI Altix) Only
Solaris Only
SUPER-UX and Linux IPF (NEC Azusa) Only
Using the NASTRAN Statement
AUTOASGN
BUFFPOOL, SYSTEM(114)
BUFFSIZE, SYSTEM(1)
PARALLEL, SYSTEM(107)
SYSTEM(128)
SYSTEM(198), SYSTEM(205)
SYSTEM(207)
SYSTEM(275)
Managing Memory
Managing DBsets
I/O Performance Libraries
Using the SYS Field
Using File Mapping
Using Buffered I/O
Using Asynchronous I/O
Interpreting Database File-Locking Messages (UNIX)
Interpreting the .f04 File
Summary of Physical File Information
Memory Map
Day Log
User Information Messages 4157 and 6439
Memory and Disk Usage Statistics
Database Usage Statistics
*** DATABASE USAGE STATISTICS ***
Summary of Physical File I/O Activity
*** SUMMARY OF PHYSICAL FILE I/O ACTIVITY ***
Running a Job on a Remote System
Installing/Running MSCRmtMgr
Running Distributed Memory Parallel (DMP) Jobs
Determining Hosts Used by DMP Jobs
Managing Host-Database Directory Assignments in DMP Jobs
Managing Files in DMP Jobs
DMP Performance Issues
Alternatives to OpenMPI on Linux
Configuring and Running SOL 600
Hardware and Software Requirements
Compatibility
Definitions
Network Configuration
How to Run a Network Job
Solver
Troubleshooting
SOL 600 Parallel Processing on Windows
Installation Notes
User Notes
Configuring and Running SOL 700
Platform Specific MPI Configurations
Running an ISHELL Program
Defining Command Processor Associations
Using the ISHELL-INCLUDE Statement (“!”)
Improving Network File System (NFS) Performance (UNIX)
Creating and Attaching Alternate Delivery Databases
Checkpoint Restart Facility (SGI-IRIX)
6Using the Utility Programs
ESTIMATE
Rules
Examples
F04REPRT
Options
HEATCONV
MSCACT
Accounting File Format
MSGCMP
NEUTRL
OP4UTIL
OPTCONV
PLOTPS
Keyword
Using the String Optimization Feature
RCOUT2
RECEIVE
TRANS
XMONAST (UNIX)
Menu Bar Commands
Buttons
Resources
XNASTRAN (UNIX)
Main Window Items
Building the Utilities Delivered in Source Form
7Building and Using the Sample Programs
Building and Using BEAMSERV
Building BEAMSERV
Using BEAMSERV
Building and Using DDLPRT
Building DDLPRT
Using DDLPRT
Building and Using DDLQRY
Building DDLQRY
Using DDLQRY
Building and Using DEMO1
Building DEMO1
Using DEMO1
Using SMPLR
Building and Using TABTST
Building TABTST
Using TABTST
Beam Server Source Files
DRESP3 Server Source Files
MSC.Access Source Files
Specifying Parameters
Command Initialization and Runtime Configuration Files
User-Defined Keywords
General Keywords
PARAM Keywords
Value Descriptors
Examples:
Resolving Duplicate Parameter Specifications
Customizing Command Initialization and Runtime Configuration Files
Symbolic Substitution
Introduction
Simple Examples
Detailed Specifications
Keywords
SYS Parameter Keywords
Environment Variables
Other Keywords
DSystem Descriptions
Binary File Byte Ordering (Endian)
System Descriptions
Item Description
Numerical Data
Computer Dependent Defaults
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MD Nastran R3 Installation and Operations Guide

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