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Old   February 12, 2021, 08:06
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Imran bin Ahmad Azhar
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Hi there,

I've been experimenting with some changes to the configuration files for the shape design problems (especially the tutorials), and I found that by changing the configuration option CONV_NUM_METHOD_ADJFLOW will not be applied to the simulation (looking at the log files). I've been trying to apply different convective schemes for the direct and adjoint and only by specifying CONV_NUM_METHOD_FLOW will designate the convective scheme for BOTH the direct and adjoint. Is this a possible bug, or am I missing something?

I am still relatively new to the software and am open to any suggestions around this problem.

Thanks and looking forward to hear from you soon!
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