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Old   April 18, 2021, 16:47
Default How to extract spanwise load distribution
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Hello,
I read in the documentation (Tutorials/Design Features/) that it was possible to output the spanwise load distribution of a wing-like body by using GEO_PLOT_STATIONS. But I could not succeed to get the "load_distribution.dat" file, as I should apparently be possible from SU2_CFD/src/output/output_structure_legacy.cpp.
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Hello,
It looks like this feature was deactivated when the output was modernized.
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