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Old   November 27, 2020, 06:04
Default Force break down file
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I am running SU2 for a generic trapezoidal wing and would like to get Lift curve slope, drag polar. I remember one of the output files was force_breakdown.dat but I am not getting it now that I have migrated to the new cfg . Also I can I redirect the screen output to a file (I am on WIndows 10) . Any pointers / suggestions will be helpfull.
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Old   April 14, 2021, 04:53
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For the force breakdown file add- WRT_FORCES_BREAKDOWN = YES

To generate the text file of the screen output in Windows add the following to the command line- ' tee filename.txt'
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