|To translate input-data contents of Q1 file into EARDAT, facetdat and xyz files for execution by the solver module, EARTH||Via icon click or sil.bat|
|1. To write single-instance PHOENICS input file, Q1, by way of graphical user interface.
2. To serve as 'environment' module, by allowing solver (EARTH) and display modules to be activated .
|Via icon click or runvre.bat|
|To write multiple-instance parameterised Q1 files, by way of macros and other aids||Via icon click or runpq1.bat|
|1. To provide menu-style input of parameter values to a parameterised Q1 file, with display via SATELLITE in display-only mode.
2. To launch (silent) SATELLITE and subsequent EARTH runs in either single- or multi-run modes
|Via icon click or d_sapps\
|To provide easy access to, and activation of, all PHOENICS facilities, i.e. to act as 'complete environment' module||Via icon click or pc.bat|
|1. To provide graphical user interface allowing relational data input.
2. To facilitate use of special-application 'Gateways to PHOENICS', the predecessorsof SimScenes.
|Via icon click or runpq1.bat|
|To create .dat files for a variety of facetted objects, as instructed either by a .geo file or by a graphical user interface (which the VR-Editor can activate)||Via icon click or runshap.bat|
|Solver module, EARTH,
|To simulate the flows of mass, momentum and energy, in accordance with the instructions embodied in Q1||Via icon click or runear.bat|
|To display the results of the flow simulation graphically, instructed by commands in a pre-existing macro file or by at-screen user interaction.||Via icon click or runvrv.bat|
|To display the results of the flow simulation graphically, instructed by commands in a pre-existing macro file or by text-mode user interaction.||Via icon click or runpho.bat|
|To display the results of the flow simulation graphically, instructed by commands in a pre-existing macro file or by Windows-like user interaction.||Via icon click or winpho.bat|
|To transfer by interpolation the results of a coarse-grid calculation to a finer grid as the re-start field of a finer-grid simulation||Via icon click or runspin.bat|