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Old   October 7, 2013, 10:56
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During the government shutdown, our CFD group from NASA Langley is trying to evaluate SU2. In order to be usable for us, there needs to be active support...There doesn't seem to be too much traffic on this forum.

Are there any other options other than the stanford email list (zero traffic) and this forum?

Thanks.
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Hi Tom,

Glad to hear that your group is trying out SU2. We would be happy to help support your efforts at NASA: the dev team here at Stanford actively monitors both this forum and also our developer email list at susquared-dev@lists.stanford.edu. We could also share a number of test cases that might be of interest, including something from the NASA Supersonics project.

Please don't hesitate to contact us directly, and all the best,
Tom, on behalf of the SU2 Dev Team
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Old   October 8, 2013, 10:37
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Thanks alot for the reply! I'm still getting acquainted with the code, running test cases, etc.

We do mostly hypersonic applications, a mix of external and internal flow - one feature we use very often with our work code (Vulcan) is inflow profile files. I noticed SU2 currently doesn't support that. It would be very useful!
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