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Old   April 6, 2014, 11:26
Question SU2 aeroacoustics module
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Hi SU2 Developers,
By having a look on the configuration file SU2 contains the aeroacoustics solver for the physical problem along with the related boundary markers. So i would like to now that is there any aeroacoustic test case available or this module is under development.
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Old   April 8, 2014, 02:53
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Indeed, the aeroacoustic solver was part of an earlier effort in the code. Unfortunately, development has been frozen on this solver for the time being, and we do not have a working test case. In general, we keep the file SU2/config_template.cfg up to date with our most recent options across the code for the different solvers.

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