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## Introduction
PragTic is a freeware tool for an automated fatigue damage calculation based on a FE-solution or done at an isolated point with no relation to FEA. More details of PragTic are available on its [website][Welcome]. Here is HPC version which was parallelized using MPI library.
PragTic is a freeware tool for an automated fatigue damage calculation based on a FE-solution or done at an isolated point with no relation to FEA. More details of PragTic are available on its [website][Welcome]. Here is the HPC version parallelized using MPI library.
## Modules
The PragTic, version 0.1 is available on Salomon via module PragTic:
PragTic version 0.1 is available on Salomon via the PragTic module:
```sh
$ ml PragTic
```
The module sets up environment variables and loads some other modules, required for running PragTic simulations. This particular command loads the default module, which is PragTic/0.1-GCC-5.3.0-2.25, and modules:
The module sets up environment variables and loads some other modules, required for running PragTic simulations. This particular command loads the default module PragTic/0.1-GCC-5.3.0-2.25 and modules:
```console
GCCcore/5.3.0
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## Results
After computation newly created result file *RESULT_FILE* in the current directory should contain results. More detailed result informations then should be found in the file *res.txt* which is in every single randomly named folder created by PragTic in the very same current directory.
After computation, the newly created result file *RESULT_FILE* in the current directory should contain results. More detailed result informations should be found in the *res.txt* file which is in every single randomly named folder created by PragTic in the current directory.
[Welcome](http://www.pragtic.com/)
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