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Old   January 31, 2022, 09:29
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Hello,


I have still problem with results of sensitivities of drag for example.
In surface_adjoint.csv file, the components of sensitivities are 0 in all surface nodes, while Surface sensitivities are non zero values. Same is in the volume adjoint file (adjoint.vtu). Why the SU2 did not calculate projected values?


Moreover, if I use deformation kind: DV_KIND= SURFACE_FILE, I'm able to provide surface deformations and then calculated deformed mesh (SU2_DEF). Problem is, that according to notes in config file I should be able to obtain surface sensitivities dJ/dx, dJ/dy by running SU2_DOT with config parameter DV_KIND= SURFACE_FILE. But rutine gives no output file (DV_SENS_FILENAME= surface_sensitivity.dat).


I attached text file containing my config. parameters.



Does anybody know what might be cause of this struggle?


Thank you.


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Jan
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