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These lawsuits comprise the papers provided on the 3rd overseas convention and Exhibition on Engineering software program held at Imperial collage, London in the course of the interval April eleventh - thirteenth, 1983. i need to thank back the authors who submitted the big numbers of papers which made choice a tricky job. The topic of the convention is the use and alertness of pcs in engineering. Many abbreviations were invented to explain using pcs from CAD, CAM, CADMAT and so forth. however the time period which top describes the scope of the convention is computing device Aided Engineering, CAE. The papers were cut up into sections protecting diverse program components equivalent to Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering. different sections conceal options reminiscent of Finite components, Boundary components and basic Simu lation. a major consultation on the convention used to be the recent box of engineering databases and as in previous meetings the designated periods have been dedicated to microcomputers. R.A. ADEY (EDITOR) ENGINEERING software program layout three MENU enter producing approach FOR THE FORTRAN courses I. Kovacic Institute of Structural and Earthquake Engineering division of Civil Engineering college "Edvard Kardelj" of Ljubljana, Yugoslavia creation even if fortran Is wasting festival with the hot languages it really is nonetheless very used programming language, specially within the technical software program creation. Technical initiatives are usually not to be defined through loads of facts often, as in company applications.

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Therefore, there are constraints on the water level at some characteristic points along the backwater, which is around 300km long. Upstream of the Djerdap I three big tributaries flow into the Danube: the Tisa, the Sava and the Velika Morava. They are also affected by the backwater. The part of the Danube between hydropower plants Djerdap I and Djerdap II have no big tributaries. There also are no big tributaries at the downstream part of the Danube, up to the Yugoslav - Bulgarian border, so that the flow of this part could be modelled as the flow between the plants.

Applying this approach the main programs are independent of the structure of data base. The eventual changes of the files cause only the changes into the input or output subroutines. 4. DATA BASE The operative data base contains all data used by the program package for the required computations. The original input data are entered by user of the program package according to the specified formats. Corrections and updating could be performed by support of the computer software (Editmode). Some of the input data are transformed into the computer code and read by the "Read" subroutines - Fig 1.

A) Multi-Layer System; (b) Model Representation of Multi-Layer System; (c) Model Representation of Multi-Layer System at a General Point in the Area '1 } Aqu ifer(i-I) I) (j. ,. l ) Figure 2a Non-Uniform Discretisation of Aquifers WJjWAWffi } A,",,~. ,. IlI 1 · ~ _____________ 17km ____________ Figure 3 1 ~·1 Aquifer System Used to Illustrate the Applicability of the Model Case (0) I I I I I I I I r--Cos e (bl I I Case ( c ) - - Zero Sa lin i ty Boundary - Figure 4 Pumping Well 0_ - Constant Hea d Bou ndary Plan View of the System with Source of Contamination.

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