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Old   May 7, 2014, 12:57
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Is there an example problem (2d_mesh.su2, 2d_FFD.su2, .cfg) for the recently announced 2D FFD optimization capability? I've managed to get 3D FFD and 2D Hicks-Henne working correctly put after watching the latest Pointwise/SU2 workshop I'm struggling to get the 2D FFD running on an airfoil. I think 2D FFD would be a tremendously useful feature, keep up the great work!
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FFD only recently works in 2D. We do not have any examples released yet, but it was mentioned briefly in our pointwise webinar (some materials available at http://su2.stanford.edu/training.html). The specifications are similar to the 3D method. You may want to update the version of your code to make sure that you have the version with this capability.
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