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Hi everyone,
I am optimizing a wing using Fluent's adjoint solver.

I have a problem, that is, I don't know where exactly the bounding box of

the adjoint solver should be placed? Does geometry have to be completely

inside it? Should the box be fixed to the leading edge and trailing edge of the

wing or should it be spaced?

During the optimization process, the chord length of the wing should remain

constant. For the first time, I considered the box from the leading edge and

trailing edge with a little distance, which eventually increased the chord

length of the wing. How can I fixed the chord length ?

Thanks in advance.

Arash.
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