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Old   October 26, 2019, 23:53
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Hi everyone.

I am using SU2 to simulate flight vehicle with different altitude, mach, aoa, aoss.
Now I have completed the simulation for one particular case. Such as aoa=0, aoss=0. (case0)
I want to use case0 as an initial condition for next run.

I am trying the solution of case0 as a restart file, and change cfg file with different aoa.

Then, Does SU2 reflect the boundary conditions correctly as I want?

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Old   October 27, 2019, 05:49
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It is likely to work and you may save some computational efforts. You already may be doing this - copy restart_flow.dat to solution_flow.dat than use
RESTART_SOL= YES in the cfg file. Change AOA and SIDESLIP_ANGLE and run it.

Solution will start changing from the boundaries to interior over the iterations.

Share the advantage you obtain by using a different aoa initial solution.

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Old   October 27, 2019, 07:06
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Hi Hyun,

It depends on the version, I think there is a bug in v6.2 that causes the angle of attack to be read from the restart file.
I just tested with the current develop branch (soon to be v7.0) and that issue seems to have been solved.
If you are unsure whether the solver is taking your inputs correctly just compare the residuals on the last iteration before the restart file is created and on the first iteration of your new run, the residuals should be very different.

Cheers,
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Hi Hyun,

It depends on the version, I think there is a bug in v6.2 that causes the angle of attack to be read from the restart file.
I just tested with the current develop branch (soon to be v7.0) and that issue seems to have been solved.
If you are unsure whether the solver is taking your inputs correctly just compare the residuals on the last iteration before the restart file is created and on the first iteration of your new run, the residuals should be very different.

Cheers,
Pedro
I was not aware of this bug. Great.

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Hi Hyun,

It depends on the version, I think there is a bug in v6.2 that causes the angle of attack to be read from the restart file.
I just tested with the current develop branch (soon to be v7.0) and that issue seems to have been solved.
If you are unsure whether the solver is taking your inputs correctly just compare the residuals on the last iteration before the restart file is created and on the first iteration of your new run, the residuals should be very different.

Cheers,
Pedro


Thank you for your answer.

I am using 6.2 and think some bug on restart run with different Bc.

I will wait until v7.0 and run the simulation without restart run.

Thanks
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Old   November 4, 2019, 13:06
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Following input statement may solve this problem in v6.2.


DISCARD_INFILES= YES


Additionally, plz read this. Will help.

Modification of a cfg parameter in restart

Iím not tested yet. Back after testing.
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