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Old   May 24, 2019, 06:52
Exclamation Could SU2 be run in parallel on windows without using Ubuntu BASH?
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Dear all,

I am trying perform a BWB aircraft optimization using SU2 and SUAVE. I would like the following questions to be answered.

1. Could SU2 be run in parallel on windows 10 without using Ubuntu BASH?

2. Could SU2 be called into Python(Spyder/Anaconda prompt) and run there instead of the command prompt?

If so, can someone help me with the process?

PS : I have successfully run SU2 using both bash and also windows command prompt in my PC in sequential. And the link in windows is very important as the connecting softwares between SU2 and SUAVE( gmsh and OpenVSP) are installed correctly on a windows operating system and have been successfully imported into Python.

Thanks in advance

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Angu Praveen
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