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Old   March 4, 2013, 04:04
Default Discrete Adjoint Optimization ?
Tommy Chen
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I have read the release note of the SU2 v2.0 , in
it says that the SU2 v2.0 has the capability to solve the
Discrete Adjoint Euler equations. I have tried to added the configuration file an option like this:
to the NACA0012 mesh in TestCases/euler/NACA0012
and use the python script by typing
python -f inv_NACA0012.cfg -p 4
however the solver seems to go wrong ...
What should I do if I want to use SU2 to run an optimization by dicrete adjoint?

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Old   March 5, 2013, 15:08
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Hi Tommy,

While the discrete adjoint for the Euler equations is available in version 2.0, it is still being tested and has not yet been enabled within the shape optimization framework. Look for this in a future release!

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