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Old   July 2, 2014, 22:40
Default Storing Flow variables and Initial Condition
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Hi,

Can anyone guide me on relation between "Solution_Old" and "Solution" ?? When the flow is initialized are the initial conditions saved in "Solution_Old" ?? What I understand from coding pattern is that calculated flow variables are stored inside "Solution" after every iteration and then copied back to "Solution_Old" for next iteration. Please correct me if wrong??

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Old   July 8, 2014, 20:39
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Thank you for your interest in su2.
You are correct. This container is used to store the solution from a previous step for portions of the code that require that information, for example in CMultiGridIntegration::Smooth_Solution.
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