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I am new to FORTRAN and am trying to work with a system of ODE's. Does someone know of a routine like DVERK for solving initial condition problems for FORTRAN 90?

In MATLAB I would simply use ODE45. I just need something similar.

Thank you!

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In summary, the conversation is about someone seeking advice on solving initial condition problems for FORTRAN 90 using a routine similar to DVERK or ODE45 in MATLAB. Suggestions were made to code your own using simple methods such as Eulers or Runge-Kutta, but a reference to RKSUITE was also provided for a more complex and accurate solution.

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I am new to FORTRAN and am trying to work with a system of ODE's. Does someone know of a routine like DVERK for solving initial condition problems for FORTRAN 90?

In MATLAB I would simply use ODE45. I just need something similar.

Thank you!

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check out:

> RKSUITE

> http://www.netlib.org/ode/rksuite/

FORTRAN 90 - DVERK is a computer program used for solving initial value problems in numerical analysis. It is based on the DVERK algorithm and is written in the FORTRAN 90 programming language.

An initial condition solver is a mathematical tool used for finding the solution of a differential equation at a specific initial point. It is commonly used in numerical analysis to solve problems in physics, engineering, and other scientific fields.

FORTRAN 90 - DVERK uses the DVERK algorithm, which is a numerical method for solving ordinary differential equations. It works by breaking down the problem into smaller steps and using a combination of numerical techniques to approximate the solution.

FORTRAN 90 - DVERK is a highly efficient and accurate program for solving initial value problems. It is also easily adaptable to different problem domains and can handle a wide range of differential equations. Additionally, it is supported by a large community of users and has been extensively tested and optimized.

FORTRAN 90 - DVERK is primarily used by scientists, engineers, and researchers who need to solve initial value problems in their work. It can be used in various fields such as physics, chemistry, biology, and economics, among others.

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